So, below is what the website has, I currently have the Simple Choice Plan: Unlimited Talk + Text. Obviously, I see the Mexico & Canada coverage and the 2GB of Data versus 1 GB, but the North AMerican Plan says 120+ countries while the my current plan says 140+ .....what are the 20 countries left out? I travel a lot internationally, so it matters to me! Also, my plan states $.20/minute while the other says nothing?
Simple Choice North America Plan: Unlimited Talk + Text $50.00This plan includes:
- Unlimited talk, text and data while on our network with no overages or annual service contracts.
- NOW! Includes unlimited calling to any number in Mexico and Canada from the U.S. PLUS get 4G LTE data and unlimited calling and texting when you’re in Mexico and Canada, just like in the U.S., at no extra charge.
- Starting with up to 2GB 4G LTE data per month. Your choice of additional 4G LTE data.
- Unlimited data and texting when you travel to any of 120+ countries and destinations so you can stay connected when you’re abroad.
- Includes Binge On optimized video streaming that saves your data.
- Music Freedom™ with unlimited music streaming on our network from top services such as Pandora and iHeart Radio without using your data.
- Coverage not available in some areas.
Simple Choice Plan: Unlimited Talk + Text Currently active $50.00
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Simple Choice North America has:
NOW! Includes unlimited calling to any number in Mexico and Canada from the U.S. PLUS get 4G LTE data and unlimited calling and texting when you’re in Mexico and Canada, just like in the U.S., at no extra charge.
The other Simple Choice plans do not.
There have been several changes in the last few months:
The number of countries has been increasing. Several were added just in Sept. (One was Monenegro 7 days after we were there and spent about $15 for a 4 minute call.) Maybe some of the various subsidiary mentions of the total countries hasn't been changed.
Basic hi-speed data incl. has doubled from 1G to 2G.
For some dumb reason, if you are on plan that was established more than a few weeks ago -- you have to contact CS and ask them to add "NA Plan". NO price change. Those on the regular post paid Simple Plan have always had intl. roaming to 120 (now 140) countries included.
What is confusing is - TM uses the same names to describe different plans. They call various pre-paid plans "Simple".
The basic plan costs $50+$30+10+10 is you have 4 lines and now includes all I mentioned above.
I had a similar issue a couple of years ago when the Simple Choice North American Plan sprung up.... i was on the Simple Choice Plan and I was thinking adding the new Simple Choice North American Plan to my account was the best thing.... Having the updated T-Mobile Plan I thought was the best thing to get, I was wrong (in my case). Because when i clicked on the button to add the Simple Choice North American Plan, the system was preparing to remove me from my previous plan (PLAN CHANGE) in which unfortunately would remove my Family Stateside International Plan that allows all of the voice lines on my account to have the ability to call internationally for only $10 per month. So if i had made the change and if i had wanted the International Calling Feature under the new Simple Choice North American Plan, i would then have to pay $15 per voice line as opposed to $10 for all voice lines. It was a no brainer to stick with what i had. And currently i have 5 voice lines all with the ability to call international for only $10 per month vs paying $75 dollars a month ($15 each per line) Im not a genius but im also no dummy lol
Good thinking and attention to detail on your part. Too many people jump ship to a new plan that sounds good only to regret it later. I always say that if your current plan is working for you, stick with it, unless you know exactly what your new plan entails and are absolutely sure that it will work better for you.