As we reported earlier today, T-Mobile is readying its 4G LTE network, and it seems the company plans to launch it in the near future. That launch date could be March 26, when the carrier will be holding an event in New York. During the event, T-Mobile plans to announce some big changes, including some tweaks to its plans.
T-Mobile had stated it has slated the launch of its 4G network for the end of this month, making the March 26 event a perfect time to announce it. To go along with the faster network, the carrier will offer Blackberry’s Z10 and the Galaxy Note II as its first handsets that support 4G, which will service about 100 million subscribers by summer time.
The plans are fairly economical, with a $50 option getting users unlimited minutes and texting, as well as a paltry 500MB of data. Forking out another $20 will get you unlimited data as well, or subscribers can get 2GB of data for a flat rate of $10. Theres also a family plan that starts at $80 for two lines.
We’ll likely hear an announcement about the availability of the iPhone from T-Mobile during the event, as well. Finally, another recent T-Mobile happening we’re likely to hear about is its merge with MetroPCS, which was just recently announced as getting a thumbs up from the FCC last week.
[via Android Community]
T-Mobile to announce big changes during March 26 event in New York is written by Brittany Hillen & originally posted on SlashGear.
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