By Joe Levi | November 12, 2010 1:00 PM
Remember those new plans that T-Mobile promised “in time for the holidays”? Apparently they didn’t mean in time for Veteran’s Day, but “this Sunday”, November 14th 2010, is pretty close!
What can we expect? Firstly, the tethering plan that’s been conspicuously absent on T-Mobile’s network will be available for $14.99/month so that you’ll officially be able to use that mobile WiFi hotspot that you’ve had on your Android phone for months now.
This should cover users who have the Nexus One, G2 with the latest OTA, myTouch 4G, and any other Android phone running CyanogenMod 6 (or similar ROM).
Additionally, the new 200MB data plan for $10/month (without the option to tether), will also be available.
Not to leave voice out in the cold, two promotional “Even More” plans will come out the same day:
- a 1500 Anytime Minute Individual package for $79.99/month
- a 3000 Minute Family package for $149.99/month
Both plans include unlimited text and web, and both require renewing your contract for an additional two years. The tho new plans will be available “for a limited time”, but just how long wasn’t mentioned in the press release.