T-Mobile Uncarrier 12 Arrives With T-Mobile ONE, a New Unlimited Data Plan

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T-Mobile, only hours after AT&T added throttled unlimited data to their Mobile Share plans, dropped Uncarrier 12 on us with a real unlimited focus that “goes all in on unlimited.” That focus comes via T-Mobile ONE, the new “100%” unlimited data plan that starts out at $75 for a single line, but can drop to as little as $40 per line for a family of four with auto pay enabled. 

Since this is unlimited, most of the details here are pretty straightforward outside of a couple of potential sticking points, so we’ll dive right in to the basics.

Here is what you get with T-Mobile ONE:

Who can sign-up for T-Mobile ONE?

What’s the catch? There are three items here that stand out:

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