T-Mobile & Walmart team up – Monthly4G Prepaid Plan

by Jim Farmer on
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Come October 16th, Wal-Mart and T-Mobile are offering an exclusive $30 no contract plan called Monthly4G that nets you unlimited web and text as well as 100 minutes. Of course news of the deal has already led to people preparing to flood Wal-Mart in droves, however, a collective question was on their minds. Which devices will be allowed on the plan? Well there are six specific devices being offered with the plan, notably the Android powered Samsung Dart. Turns out you won’t really be limited to just those though. Suppose you wanted to use a Samsung Galaxy S II or you just wanted to purchase a SIM card for use with the offering and select your phone later, either of those choices are fine with T-Mobile.

It doesn’t say anywhere that this is a limited time offer, but no telling how long it may last. If you decide to take advantage, note that this offer will only be available at Wal-Mart and T-Mobile.com.

Also if you’re wondering about the Samsung Dart,

Available exclusively from T-Mobile, the Samsung Dart T499 is an affordable Android™-powered handset that offers essential smartphone features in a simple, stylish form-factor. Featuring a 3.14-inch touch screen display with a virtual QWERTY keyboard and Swype™ for easy text input, the Samsung Dart enables spontaneous connectivity with an enhanced Web browsing experience, support for personal and corporate e-mail, and access to popular social networking sites. The Dart also features a 3-megapixel camera with digital zoom, video recorder, voice dialing, speakerphone, as well as GPS capabilities with turn-by-turn navigation with Google Maps™. Pricing will be $119.88 plus tax.

[via tmonews]

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  • Tyler

    I’d been wondering about whether /any/ GSM phone could be used with these new plans – sounds like “yes”. Thanks for the info!