Mobile Essentials is a new rate plan that’s launching August 10th


The pricing breaks down as follows: The first line on T-Mobile Essentials costs $60 per month, while the second costs $30.

T-Mobile has a new all-you-can eat plan that combines unlimited calls, messaging, and data: T-Mobile Essentials. T-Mobile will throttle Essential customers more than its other unlimited data plans, noting that "during times and places with heavy network demand, Essentials customers may notice slower speeds than other customers". For comparison, a two-line T-Mobile ONE plan will cost you $120 per month, while four lines costs $160. Adding the third and fourth line cost $15 each, bringing the total cost for a family of four to $120 per month. That's who T-Mobile Essentials is for. Essentials includes unlimited talk, text, and 2G data when roaming, but only in Canada and Mexico.

The cheaper plan limits video to 480p and hotspot connections are always 3G.

More news: Premier League CEO reveals his dislike for Man City's dominance
More news: Israel kills two Hamas gunmen in Gaza, sides dispute circumstances
More news: PGA CHAMPIONSHIP '18: Facts about final major of the year

It's not often that T-Mobile introduces a whole new rate plan, but today that's exactly what the carrier has done.

T-Mobile says that its new Essentials plan will launch on August 10. Most unlimited plans allow you at least 22GB of data before being throttled, while T-Mobile and Sprint hit the brakes at 50GB. They've got Above Unlimited, Unlimited Plus, Beyond Unlimited, Unlimited and More... Well have to wait until T-Mobile releases its terms and conditions for the new plan to see exactly which of the T-Mobile perks it will or will not include. This might make things complicated for current and potential T-Mobile customers. [T-Mobile] wants to make it easy. T-Mobile Essentials really does include the basics. How much you pay in tax will vary wildly from state to state, but an analysis from the Tax Foundation in 2017 suggests that the nationwide average is 18.46 percent. Increasingly, we're seeing providers bundle in all sorts of features and services with their plans to differentiate their offering from the competition or seemingly offer a better value. More information about T-Mobile Essentials is available right here.