US mobile carrier T-Mobile announced yesterday more changes to its uncarrier offerings, the company will no longer automatically charge people overage charges.
The company also recently announced their new Simple Starter Plan, and their new Operation Tablet Freedom, which means that they are offering LTE tablets for the price of WiFi only models.
Today, we’re capping off several days of major announcements by launching a broad social campaign to abolish domestic overage penalties and begin a national conversation. The Un-carrier is eliminating one of the most widely despised wireless industry practices for all of our T-Mobile customers on consumer plans. And I’m also laying down a challenge to my counterparts at AT&T, Verizon and Sprint, to do the same.
This basically means that when you go over your usage allowance on T-Mobile in the US, the company will warn you about it via text message, but you will not be overcharged.
Overage charges will still apply if you are traveling outside of the US, we wonder if this is something that the carrier will change in the future.
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