Smaller accounts rejoice. T-Mobile hasn’t forgotten about you.
The Un-carrier on Thursday rolled out a new two-line promo offering unlimited talk, text and 6 GB of data on each line (for a total of 12 GB) for $80 per month.
T-Mobile said its offering is cheaper than a similar plan from Verizon, which includes unlimited talk, text and only 6 GB of shared data for $100 per month, including monthly access fees.
“Families who want fewer lines deserve a better option and we’re giving them one,” T-Mobile CEO John Legere said.
T-Mobile said it is also offering $0 down Equipment Installment Plan deals on the LG K7 and Samsung Galaxy Core Prime while supplies last.
The two-line deal marks the continuation of T-Mobile’s focus on families, and follows a promotion in February that offered four lines with unlimited LTE for $150 per month. That promotion also offered two lines with 10 GB of data each for $100 per month and four lines with 10 GB of data each for $120 per month.
The move is just another way the Un-carrier is seeking to sustain its fourth quarter momentum.
In the final quarter of 2015, T-Mobile reported 1.3 million postpaid net additions and a net income that nearly tripled year over year to hit $297 million.