T-Mobile to replace grandfathered plans with new Simple Choice plans!!!

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    After seeing the information about Verizon Getting rid of Unlimited plans by 2014. Here comes T-Mobile replacing Grandfathered plans with Simple Choice plans.

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    THAT is customer service. Take notes, Verizon.

    All T-Mobile needs is to offer better signal reception in my area and I would gladly give them my money.
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    Sprint is doing the same thing. Replacing a lot of old plans with their new "My Way" plan. If you're currently on an old plan you can keep it for now, but I'm sure eventually they will gradually push all customers towards the My Way plan.
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    Well let's see at&t did cap data first verizon followed right behind. Now T-Mobile forcing people off unlimited data and guessing Verizon will do the same. See if Verizon was smart they would not wanna follow other carries and be better by not forcing people off. But they will follow t-moblie like they did with at&t.

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    What are you talking about, T-Mobile forcing people off unlimited???
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    This^ ...I will happily get rid of my unlimited plan if I can get something reasonable for a comparable price. Don't offer me 2GB of shared data and charge me $60 more a month and try to tell me it's a great deal. Give me 10GB and charge me the same thing and you can have my unlimited plan.
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    Technically, TMobile isn't forcing people off of their unlimited plans. They are just moving them from old, defunct plans to their current unlimited plans. So they still get unlimited, just that they are paying more for them.
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    I'm not even sure about paying more for them. Single line with unlimited plans starting at $20, tack in $30 for unlimited high speed data and you got $50. WTF, I want that!!! I just signed up for TMobile a few weeks ago.
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    Well, people are saying that TMobile is telling them that they have to give up their $5.99 unlimited data plans.
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