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US Mobile Updates Plans To Feature 6 GB of 4G LTE Data For $35/Month

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US Mobile, a T-Mobile MVNO that has been picking up steam as of late, has updated a couple of its plans that should peak the interest of some readers here at

For those that don't know, US Mobile is one of just a few MVNO's that offer A La Carte pricing.  With A La Carte pricing, you get to custom build your own plan, you only pay for what you need.  If you don't need talk, you don't pay for talk, you just pay for texting and data.

The first change to discus with US Mobile is that they reduced what they charge for 2.5 GB of LTE data.  Previously the charge was $25, but now it is just $20.  The other change is that you can now get 6GB of 4G LTE data for $35 instead of 5GB.  If all you need is data on T-Mobile, you'll be hard pressed to find a provider that offers more data for less money on the T-Mobile network.

A summary of US Mobile's updated plans can be found in the infographic below.

Summary of US Mobile cell Phone Plans
Summary of US Mobile cell Phone Plans

One thing to note is that the prices listed do not include taxes and fees.  Furthermore, there is a $2 per device network access charge.  This means that the true cost of 6GB of 4G LTE data will be $37, plus any taxes and fees which will vary based on where you live.

If US Mobile's plans look interesting to you, get a closer look at them via the US Mobile website.


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4 years ago

I’m about to write my third e-mail asking for info about porting out. Their FAQ says to e-mail them about porting out. When you do that with your phone number, they ask for your mailing address and e-mail associated with the account as well as “why”. I responded with all of that and why (because going through urban canyons kicks the phone over to “emergency calls only” mode and it doesn’t reconnect until I reboot – something that hadn’t happened with prior TMobile MVNOs and this phone) and then the response I get is entirely focused on helping me change my phone from 4G mode into 3G mode rather than the account number/pin to port out.

I’m in the major city in the metro area of TMobile’s HQ… if I should be able to get 4G anywhere on their network it’s here.

4 years ago

I have been a happy customer of US Mobile for about six months now! I have been with several MVNOs, and I like US Mobile the best. I live in the Northeast and the coverage is good, and their prices are about is good as it gets. I had one customer service issue with them awhile back. I sent them an email late on a Sunday night, and withinn one hour they sent me a friendly email reply. I have never recommended an MVNO before, but I can whole heartily recommended these guys!