“According to leaked internal documents, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless may soon offer new unlimited voice/text/web plans,” Todd Haselton reports for BGR.
“One image, obtained by TmoNews, suggests that T-Mobile will quietly launch a new ‘Truly Unlimited Data + Talk + Text’ option on April 13th that will retail for $79.99 per month,” Haselton reports. “T-Mobile will supposedly not cap data for this plan, but will instead reduce data throughput speeds (throttle) after a user surpasses 2GB in a single billing cycle.”
Haselton reports, “Another image leaked by Droid-Life suggests that Verizon Wireless is also gearing up to release a new unlimited plan for just $50 per month. It will supposedly include unlimited mobile to mobile calling, text, and web for customers opting for service without a contract. We’re thinking this could be limited to feature phones only, given Verizon’s choice to call it ‘unlimited web’ instead of ‘unlimited data’ — ‘unlimited data’ is terminology Verizon typically uses when referring to smartphones. Neither carrier has officially announced the new plans, however.”
The full article, with the document images, is here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Judge Bork, “Brawndo Drinker,” and “Lynn W.” for the heads up.]