Limited Time: T-Mobile Offers Deep Discount on Cellphone Plan for Customers 55 and Up

Limited Time: T-Mobile Offers Deep Discount on Cellphone Plan for Customers 55 and Up
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Seniors are more tech savvy than ever. The number of older smartphone owners has more than doubled in the past five years, and today nearly 60 percent of U.S. seniors ages 65 to 69 own cellphones.

In response to this growing market, T-Mobile offers a ONE Unlimited 55+ plan for both new and existing customers who are age 55 and older. Presently the first line of ONE Unlimited data costs $50, and the second costs $20, with autopay, taxes and fees included. Add that up, and it’s a total of $70 for two lines of unlimited data — all taxes and fees included.

T-Mobile ONE Unlimited 55+ features:

  • Unlimited talk, text and 4G LTE data, speeds may slow temporarily during times of heavy network traffic once you’ve hit 50GB
  • Unlimited tethering at 3G speeds
  • Video streaming at standard definition (460p)
  • Unlimited text and data roaming and low flat-rate calling in more than 140 countries
  • Unlimited texting and one free hour of smartphone Wi-Fi on all airline fights equipped with internet provider Gogo

T-Mobile plans: Compare and save

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