Data Stash or Double Data ? Which is beneficial

| December 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

Starting billing cycle from January’2015, T-Mobile is offering roll over of unused high speed 4G LTE data in all its postpaid simple choice plans in USA. Postpaid customer can use their unused 4G high speed data in subsequent months till next 12 months. This Un-Carrier 8.0 move Data Stash is available for postpaid customer who are on simple choice plans having minimum 3GB data plan or for tablets with minimum 1GB data plan.us_t-mobile-data-stash

One study confirms that a customer consumes at most 4.5GB data, even unlimited data plan, so the T-Mobile’s 5GB data plan which costs $70, offers 5GB high speed 4G LTE data after which speed throttles, is the ideal data plan for such customers. Hence a customer on 5GB  data plan can save 0.5GB data in their data stash every month.

If we see data plans of other major carriers, Verizon offers double data on its 6GB and above more everything plans. Verizon is offering 10GB in place of 6GB at the price of $80, device access fee $40 is extra so it costs $120 to a customer. Similarly AT&T is also offering double data on its 15GB data plans and above but for an average customer this much data is more.

AT&T has 6GB data mobile share value plan for $70 and by adding device access fee $40, it costs $110 to the customer. Hence it is proved that T-Mobile’s 5GB data plan with data stash is more beneficial

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