T-Mobile officially announces Simple Choice family option without credit check


As we suspected that T-Mobile introduced a simple choice without a credit check to help customers with “less than premium credit”. Starting July 14, families can get four Simple Choice lines with unlimited calling, texting, web and up to 500MB of high-speed data for $ 100 per month. According to T-Mobile, one in three consumers who request wireless service do not have a credit score that allows them to benefit from the best wireless rates. T-Mobile wants to make this concern a thing of the past with the introduction of this new plan.

Want to know more? We went through the whole plan at the end of last month! You can find all the details here.

Launch of the revolutionary family option without credit check

Today, T-Mobile is also expanding its non-operator strategy to families by solving a huge headache for customers: being denied premium family plan rates due to less than premium credit.

From July 14, families can get four Simple choice plan lines with unlimited calling, texting and web and up to 500MB of high-speed data for just $ 100 per month (plus taxes and fees) – no credit checks and no annual service contract required.

According to industry data, an average of one in three consumers who request wireless service does not have enough credit to qualify for the best wireless rates. Other customers prefer to avoid the hassle of a credit check. As a result, these customers may forgo the service of a leading provider or purchase multiple prepaid lines.

But with T-Mobile, all families can now access a great multi-line offer without a credit check. Just put down a down payment (roughly equivalent to a month’s bill) to get the same multi-line rates and incredible network experience as other customers.

The Simple Choice plan has been very popular with families since its introduction in March. About 80% of customers who signed up for the plan opted for multiple lines.

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About David Beren

David is the founder and editor of TmoNews.com. He considers himself a Jedi knight, able to jump tall buildings in a single leap, and a connoisseur of beautiful cellphones. He’s been involved in the wireless industry since 2003 and is known to swap phones far too many times in any given year. If you want to contact him, you can do so: david@tmonews.com.


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