According to this leaked snap of an internal T-Mobile document, it looks like AT&T’s betrothed will be switching up its Family Plans on May 22. The picture leaves a few questions unanswered, but this should at least give you an idea of what T-Mobile may be offering in the near future.
The original 3,000, 1,500, and 750 minute plans should become a thing of the past, to be replaced by 1,000, 2,000, and unlimited minutes plans. For talk and text on two lines, the carrier will charge $99/month. That will jump to $119 when both lines add 200MB of data, $139.99 for 2GB, 159.99 for 5GB, and $219.99 for 10GB. Add-a-lines will cost $10 each for 500 minutes of talk time, and $30 per line for unlimited minutes. Unfortunately, data costs for additional lines aren’t outlined in the picture, so we’ll have to hold out until the official T-Mobile announcement to learn those.
For $79.99, the first two lines will get 2,000 minutes. But if T-Mobile has any say in it, you’ll probably end up opting for the unlimited plan, as the carrier didn’t even offer text or data costs for the 2,000-minute plan, but instead labeled the categories with “N/A – Upsell to Unlimited.”
A 1,000-minute plan will have a $59.99 price tag for two lines with talk only, or $79.99 with the addition of text. On the 1,000 minute plan, data pricing is as follows: $99.99 for 200 MB, $119.99 for 2GB, $139.99 for 5GB, and $199.99 for 10 GB.