T-Mobile brings back its 4 for $120, 10GB-per-line deal


T-Mobile is bringing back one of its most popular promotions by — once again — offering four 10GB data lines for $120 total. The offer is available for a limited time from today, and is ideal for data-hungry families needing multiple lines. With no overages, you know exactly what your bill’s going to be every month too.


If you don’t need four lines, you can get two 10GB lines at $50 each:

With #10Gigs4All, two people can get up to 10 GB of 4G LTE each – no sharing required – for just $100 a month. Then, each additional line is just $20 more per person – also with 10 GB of T-Mobile’s blazing-fast 4G LTE. Now, with this promotion, that 4th line is free, bringing the total cost to just $120 per month for a family of four.

As with every Simple Choice plan, customers signing up get access to a host of awesome offers including rollover data for up to 12 months, Wi-Fi calling, unlimited music streaming and unlimited in-flight texting with GoGo. Customers also get unlimited calls to and from Mexico and Canada, as well as the ability to use 4G LTE data from their plan allowances in those countries, unlimited data and texts in 140 countries abroad and unlimited international texts from the US. Compared to the other three carrier options, it looks a fantastic deal:


This news comes just weeks after the carrier announced some killer iPhone deals, where customers were offered the new iPhones for $5 per month if they trade in their old ones.

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  1. Iven Tenz (@ivenalot) - 7 years ago

    ATT hasWifi Calling as well, plus if you add an iPad to that plan, it cost 10$ extra with 10GB at T-Mobile.

    • Rolf Haug (@rolfhaug) - 7 years ago

      Unless I’m reading the ATT site wrong, it’s also $10 to add one to an ATT mobile share account? http://www.att.com/shop/wireless/plans/mobileshare.html
      I never understood why it would be beneficial to do this, when I can hotspot my phone and use my MacBook, iPad, etc at no additional cost.

    • r00fus1 - 7 years ago

      ATT? Wifi Calling? TMO has had Wifi Calling since 2014/iOS8:

      IPads on TMO have 200MB/mo free for life (as a baseline).

    • Andy Blanchard - 7 years ago

      Admittedly, wifi calling works a little differently between the 2 carriers. AT&T has a few more limits on it than T-Mobile (can only be used in the US for AT&T / your phone has to be nearby to use other devices on wifi calling on AT&T, while T-mobile would let me make a phone call or text from my watch or iPad even if the phone was turned off, which was kind of cool.

  2. RK Soni - 7 years ago

    This is one of the best 40GB data plan from T-Mobile, clear winner is John Legere http://telecomvibe.com/best-40gb-lte-data-plan-deal-t-mobile-sprint-att-or-verizon/

  3. Andy Blanchard - 7 years ago

    T-mobile has some great deals, and they have greatly expanded their service area, but there are still too many bad spots in my area to be usable. We switched, and realized it wasn’t going to work in less than 24 hours, so we’re back to AT&T… I really wanted to like them, though. Their customer support can be spotty, too. Practically nobody knows what’s going on with their new plans & the “lifetime coverage guarantee” since it’s so new. I was having to train them on some points!