All T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile customers are now receiving free unlimited data and 20GB of mobile hotspot until May 12, 2020
Looks like the uncarrier's pulling another uncarrier move. With AT&T, Sprint and Verizon waiving fees and giving customers a 60 day grace period to pay for their bill, T-Mobile will be offering all customers free unlimited data with 20GB of mobile hotspot data until May 12, 2020. And it doesn't matter what plan you have, as long as it offers data.
This coronavirus situation hasn't been fun, to say the least... restaurants, bars and gym's closing temporarily, panic buyers buying all of the... toilet paper? Luckily though, T-Mobile's here to brighten our days a little bit. In a newsroom post, T-Mobile has announced that all T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile customers will now receive free unlimited data, as well as an additional 20GB of mobile hotspot data coming soon. It is unknown if this will be high speed mobile hotspot data, or when the 20GB of mobile hotspot data is coming.
Me personally, I already have unlimited T-Mobile data. But, if it does happen to be high speed data, I can definitely highly benefit from that. With me owning a Galaxy S20 Ultra with T-Mobile's 5G data, hotspot can come in very nice in situations where I don't have internet on another device, such as my laptop. For how much we have been dealing with this coronavirus situation, T-Mobile offering everyone unlimited data and more hotspot data is definitely greatly appreciated.
In such a crisis, keeping communication between loved ones is very important, and T-Mobile just made that a lot easier. If the only way you have to connect with some loved ones is QuikLink or Facebook Messenger for example, unlimited data and 20 additional gigs of data will come in helpful, and you don't even have to do anything to get it. You just get it, unlike Mint Mobile.
Now we aren't sure if T-Mobile is also doing what everyone else is by giving customers a 60 day grace period to pay for their bill and waiving late fees for those that could be out of work unpaid due to the coronavirus, but if so the uncarrier is proving themselves once again as the true uncarrier.
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