One of T-Mobile expanding plans is giving travelers unlimited data and texting across 210 countries. It is for those who are on the road and they will be able to use as much 2G data as they like without an extra cost. The plan also offers flat-rate calling at 25 cents per minute and it is an increase of 5 cents per minute. There’s a new pass to add your line which includes unlimited calling and 512MB of LTE data every day you’re away at a cost of 5 U.S dollars per day. But, you can also use up to 5GB of data at LTE speeds in Mexico and Canada without an extra charge. The latest move of the company adds 70 more nations to those covered by unlimited data and texting.
You might also need at that day pass at a practical level. The base data speed of around 128 Kbps is extremely sluggish by modern standards, and you’ll struggle to do much with it. At the very least, you won’t need to worry getting charged through the nose if you leave data roaming on when you’re not actively using your phone. That said, 5 U.S dollars per day for the data pass is half the price of what Verizon charges, so it’s not a terrible deal, and free data (no matter how slow) is not really anything to sniff at. T-Mobile will add those 70 countries for “One and Simple Choice” users starting 22nd July, and it will start offering the data passes on 1st August 2018.