T-Mobile intros new no contract mobile broadband plans

May 17, 2012
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Today T-Mobile has officially announced their new no contract mobile broadband offerings. Just in time for summer it looks like T-Mobile will be offering some decent 4G mobile broadband services for those that don't like to sign contracts. The new plans and pricing details below will be available from T-Mobile starting May 20th. They might not be the best prices around, but for no contracts I think some will like what they have to offer.

T-Mobiles new plans will give users flexible and affordable access to their "blazing fast" 4G (HSPA+) internet while on the go. T-Mo's broadband services works for Android tablets, mobile hotspots and their lineup of laptop sticks like the Rocket 3.0 shown above. Now users can get the speeds they need without signing a 2-year contract. Starting at $15 here's what T-Mobile has to offer:

- 300MB 1-week pass for $15
- 1.5GB 1-month pass for $25
- 3.5GB 1-month pass for $35
- 5GB 1-month pass for $50

Again, these aren't the best deals around compared to some of the others. The difference here is these are off contract and users can use it as they'd like. Instead of signing a 2-year contract to have mobile broadband for that vacation to Cali this summer just use T-Mobile's no-contract plans for one week, or the entire month. These will be available starting May 20th and you can learn more from the via link below.

[via T-Mobile]


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