T-Mobile has just announced a new monthly cellular phone approach called Magenta Max that the business claims is built for the era of 5G. According to this push release, T-Mobile statements Magenta Max is “the to start with and only 5G client smartphone plan that can’t gradual you down centered on how much data you use.” That would make it sound like the carrier is accomplishing absent with what is recognised as deprioritization, in which your speeds are issue to slowdown immediately after you exceed a sure sum of knowledge in a billing cycle.
“T-Cell has lit up the optimum-potential 5G community available — a network so highly effective it can begin unleashing the electrical power of 5G to deliver unrestricted quality facts,” the enterprise reported. Magenta Max guarantees “unlimited 4K UHD” movie streaming compared to the DVD-excellent (or 1080p at ideal) limit that arrives with several limitless plans. T-Cellular is also extending the company’s “Netflix on Us” promotion to single-line shoppers.
Magenta Max takes the place of the former Magenta Moreover prepare and will be out there starting on February 24th. It incorporates 40GB of substantial-pace tethering data, furthermore the normal T-Cellular benefits like no cost in-flight Wi-Fi from Gogo, substantial worldwide protection, and Fraud Defend security.
T-Cell states pricing is “$57 for every line for every month for three traces with autopay and monthly taxes and fees integrated.” For a confined time, which is dropped to $47 per line per thirty day period for a few lines. I’ve questioned what the Max prepare will cost for single-line clients.
A great deal of this has a “too fantastic to be true” audio to it, so I’m also on the lookout for any asterisks or limits that T-Cell is not chatting about on the surface area.
Together with Magenta Max, T-Cellular is also generating alterations to the core Magenta prepare. It’s bumping up the regular monthly deprioritization ceiling to 100GB from the 50GB it is at at present. Customers will also get far more significant-velocity tethering data: it’s now 5GB as opposed to 3GB right before.