T-Mobile is continuing it’s aggressive push against the competition. It’s latest weapon is called ‘Data Stash’. It’s essentially the ability to roll over your unused data from one month to the next. Many of you will remember that AT&T (and Cingular beforehand) did something similar with your allowed voice minutes.
Enough is enough. That’s why we created Data Stash. Other carriers take away your unused data – the data you paid extra for – at the end of the month. T-Mobile is the only national carrier that lets you roll your paid unused 4G LTE data into the next month – all at no extra charge. From now on, you keep the extra 4G LTE data you paid for.
Here’s how it works:
- Starting with your January bill cycle, Data Stash will be available to all T-Mobile postpaid Simple Choice customers
- Sign up for a postpaid Simple Choice Plan with 4G LTE data for your phone (minimum 3GB 4G LTE data) or tablet (minimum 1GB 4G LTE data).
- Use your data all month to stream, surf, and download worry-free.
- At the end of the month, all your unused 4G LTE data – rounded up to the nearest megabyte – rolls into your stash to be used any time in the next 12 months.
This is a brilliant tactic. T-Mobile is really shaking things up in the mobile space. Their network is improving in many key markets, and a planned replacement of all their 2G towers in 2015 with 4G LTE will only strengthen their position.