T-Mobile launches cheap international calling plans to help families stay connected during the holidays
Even if you didn’t know what date it is, you would know that the holidays are coming because everywhere you turn, special promotions pop up, one after another. The rebel of the mobile industry, T-Mobile, just announced its second holiday deal. In addition to offering a free OneTouch Pop 7 tablet, the carrier launched cheap international calling plans to help families stay connected during the holidays. Someone is feeling generous and we like it.
T-Mobile Deal: Unlimited calling worldwide for cheap
The new offer is called Stateside International Talk plan and includes unlimited calling to landlines in more than 70 countries for an additional $5 per month on a Simple Choice plan. If you have more than one line in your account, you will be happy to know that the new plan is available to all lines, though no more than ten. In short, a 4-line account with unlimited talk and text, 4GB of data and no overages would cost you $105 with the Stateside International Talk plan. Not bad at all especially since Simple Choice also includes unlimited international texting.
If you want to call mobile numbers at lower rates, the Magenta network has something special for you too. For addition $10 per month you can get unlimited calls to mobile phones in more than 30 countries, in addition to unlimited calling to landlines in more than 70 countries. This deal, however, doesn’t include Mexico, but don’t worry – T-Mobile will give 1,000 minutes per month for calls placed there, which will cost you about 4 cents a minute.
In order to take advantage of the promotion, you will need to sign up before the end of the year. You will be able to use the service for as long as you want – until you choose to drop it. Now, that’s what we call a holiday spirit. T-Mobile’s new deal sounds like a great offer for customers who have family abroad. This time of the year hearing the voice of your loved one is one of the best gifts you could get. Well done T-Mobile.