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The T-Mobile US Inc. logo is displayed on a door at a T-Mobile US Inc. store in New York, U.S., on Monday, Oct. 26, 2015. T-Mobile US Inc. is scheduled to release earnings figures on October 27. Photographer: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg via Getty Images
The T-Mobile US Inc. logo is displayed on a door at a T-Mobile US Inc. store in New York on Oct. 26, 2015.  Michael Nagle—Bloomberg/Getty Images

T-Mobile Just Responded to Verizon's Unlimited Data Plan With Upgrades of Its Own

Feb 13, 2017

Just a day after Verizon announced its unlimited data plan, T-Mobile countered with a competitive upgrade to its own.

Starting Feb. 17, T-Mobile's unlimited One plan will include HD video and 10GB of high-speed hotspot data for Wi-Fi tethering. Existing customers can activate the upgrade without any additional charges, according to a company press release. T-Mobile CEO John Legere announced the update in a series of tweets.

Legere additionally announced a promotion for multiple One lines: customers will be able to add two unlimited data lines for $100, down from the previous $120 bill. The new family plan also goes into effect on the 17th, and Legere vowed that all taxes and fees will be included on the advertised price.

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