T-Mobile just quietly killed one of its best deals

T-Mobile kickback deal ending: RIP

T-Mobile has moved at speed to offering just one type of unlimited data plan. Customer response has been overwhelmingly positive — shocker! — but T-Mobile’s One plan leaves people who don’t want to pay the price for unlimited data out in the cold.

So, shortly after revealing the T-Mobile One plan, the network also announced KickBack, a program that takes $10 off for every line that uses 2GB or less per month. It sounds insignificant, but since adding an extra line onto a family plan is $20 per month (after the fourth line), it means that you can add low-usage extra lines onto your account for just $10 a month. That’s perfect for adding young kids or grandparents who don’t use all that much data, or for spare or secondary devices.

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T-Mobile just quietly killed one of its best deals