Table of Contents
- 1 What’s the scoop on T-Mobile international calling?
- 2 Tell me more about T-Mobile international calling with the Simple Choice Plan…
- 3 With T-Mobile international calling, which countries can you call for 20 cents a minute?
- 4 So what’s the scoop on the leaked data-only plans?
- 5 What else do I need to know about the Simple Choice Plan?
What’s the scoop on T-Mobile international calling?
You can call mobile devices and landlines in over 140 countries for just 20 cents per minute when you take out T-Mobile’s Simple Choice Plan. With this postpaid plan, you also benefit from unlimited data and texting in those countries, from Australia to Zambia and all over the world.
Tell me more about T-Mobile international calling with the Simple Choice Plan…
To sign up for global coverage, just activate a qualifying Simple Choice Plan with T-Mobile and the cheap calls are automatically included, along with unlimited data and texting.
Torsten wrote about the Simple Choice Plan before, when there was a $10 a month data-only plan that included unlimited international roaming that he thought would be a perfect tool for basic and inexpensive worldwide coverage. It was given the thumbs up, although speed can often be an issue, depending on where you are.
With T-Mobile international calling, which countries can you call for 20 cents a minute?
You get automatic coverage in more than 140 countries and destinations. In North America and the Caribbean alone, these places are included:
- Antigua and Barbuda
- British Virgin Islands
- Cayman Islands
- Curacao (Netherlands/Dutch Antilles)
- Dominican Republic
- Netherlands Antilles
- St. Maarten
- St. Barthelemy
- St. Kitts and Nevis
- St. Lucia
- St. Martin
- St. Vincent and the Grenadines
- Trinidad and Tobago
- Turks and Caicos Islands
You can also call mobile devices and landlines in the following destinations for the same price:
So what’s the scoop on the leaked data-only plans?
It was leaked just today that T-Mobile is to launch Simple Choice data-only plans for GSM devices on March 30th, 2016. The news was leaked to the unofficial T-Mobile blog TmoNews, with the information that these new plans will have the same pricing structures and allowance ‘buckets’ as the Simple Choice Mobile Internet plans. If you’re worried about not having a cellular voice service, the solution is to use this kind of plan to make VoIP calls instead.
What else do I need to know about the Simple Choice Plan?
The T-Mobile website states that the Simple Choice Plan is a limited-time offer, so it’s subject to change at any time. With unlimited data and texting and these super-cheap international calls, we think they’re onto a winner…
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