As many carriers tend to do with new services and rate-plan pricing, T-Mobile launched their $50 unlimited calling plan as a pilot program in San Francisco. With no other national wireless carrier able to match the $50 all-you-can-eat wireless rate plans, T-Mobile has no doubt seen some good response from loyal T-Mobile subscribers that were first offered the unlimited calling plan – known as the Unlimited Loyalty Plan. So much so that T-Mobile USA has apparently gone truly nationwide with their $50 unlimited rate plans.
Loyal T-Mobile subscribers with 22-months worth of paid up T-Mo bills can take advantage of the T-Mobile $50 unlimited calling plan from anywhere in the US! And, if you bring T-Mobile the bounty of a new customer subscription, you’ll be credited $135 to your account. Better yet, T-Mobile will port you onto their Loyalty Unlimited Plan without any contract extensions or commitments, making the jump to the unlimited calling plan an almost no-brainer.
Aside from effectively putting a $135 bounty on the heads of all non-T-Mobile customers, the carrier is pushing the floor of unlimited nationwide calling plans lower and lower. The consumer is the real winner here.