T-Mobile “promised” they won’t raise your rates.
Instead, they’re forcing people into new rate plans… and guess what – they’re more expensive.
T-Mobile is forcing users on its older unlimited plans to move to some of its latest options. The carrier confirmed that starting next week, notices will be sent out to T-Mobile users on its older One, Simple Choice, Magenta and Magenta 55 Plus plans alerting them that starting with their November bill cycles their respective plans will change and their monthly pricing will go up.
The notices will go out starting Oct. 17, and T-Mobile said that
“there will be an increase of approximately $10 per line with the migration.”
Those who sign up for AutoPay can save $5 per line. T-Mobile said those who don’t want to have their plan changed will be able to reverse the move, but they’ll need to call T-Mobile’s Customer Care support line to make that happen.
One of the promises to get the Sprint merger approved was that the carrier wouldn’t raise rates on plans for three years. It’s since introduced a Price Lock promise to not raise rates on plans, but that apparently only applies to its newer plans.—
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