T-Mobile Project Dark Unlimited Plans Details Leak

Posted: Oct 18 2009, 9:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 7:57am CDT, in Rumors | Rumors

 
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On Friday an ad leaked that is believed to be related to the rumored T-Mobile Project Dark. The ad showed two plans dubbed Even More and Even More Plus.
BoyGeniusReport has now published a set of internal slides detailing these new T-Mobile plans.
T-Mobile is apparently allowing customers under the Even More Plus to buy a smartphone without contract binding and subsidies. Customers will be actually be able to pay off the phone in monthly installments (FlexPay) if they like. No contract binding is a risky proposition for T-Mobile, but it could shake up the mobile business quite a bit.

The Even More plan requires 2 year contract binding, but then you get of course the phone cheaper.

You can decide what plan you need: Talk, Talk+Text and Talk+Text+Web.
The actual prices are not leaked on the slides. Project Dark is still supposed to be unveiled this month.

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