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Tmobile $100 for 4 lines unlimited talk, text, web

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jigsaw1975
8/20/13 1:57 PM
My wife and I were on prepaid but teamed up with her sis and brother in law and went for the $100 deal.
BIL had AAA which got us another 10% discount. After taxes etc, the monthly bill is $110.42 for 4 lines, $27.60 per line for unlimited everything.

For more details, here is the link    

Note:Because we were on Tmobile prepaid before, for some reason, they charged us $12 each to provision new sim cards.
This is not a repost because I added details such as provisioning costs for sim cards, AAA discount and and accurate total monthly bill.
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WikiPost
8/20/13 1:57 PM
http://www.fatwallet.com/forums/hot-deals/1291316/


USE THE LINK IN THIS THREAD to sign up if you work for a major corporation or government to get your discount from the get go. The OP link will not get you a corporate discount.
stuffedwallet
8/20/13 2:02 PM
500 MB of high-speed data per line
zamotrance
8/20/13 2:02 PM
$180 for unlimited data on each phone. $100 give you just 0.5 GB of data at 4G.
treasurebeacon
8/20/13 2:04 PM
unlimited total usage @ limited speeds

its like going to a buffet but limiting how fast you can refill
jigsaw1975
8/20/13 2:04 PM
zamotrance said:   

$180 for unlimited data on each phone. $100 give you just 0.5 GB of data at 4G.


  I believe it is unlimited and then the data speed falls drastically. (no longer 4G after 500 mb).
I was on Tmobile $50 per person plan prepaid before this so there is no difference for me at all except for the cost savings.
CheaperGear
8/20/13 2:12 PM
Nothing new.
abscess
8/20/13 2:13 PM
Can u apply the AAA discount after you already have the plan? Or is it only valid for new lines
SUB
8/20/13 2:39 PM
CheaperGear said:   

Nothing new.


Correct, for 3 lines you'd pay $90 ($50 + $30 + $10).
food1313
8/20/13 2:41 PM
stuffedwallet said:   

500 MB of high-speed data per line


  
This is the most accurate way of saying it.  High-speed = 3G and 4G, which means HSPA, HSPA+, LTE.  That means after 500MB you're getting slow, slow Edge only.
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