T-Mobile US, Inc., predominantly known as T-Mobile, an American wireless network operator company, has said that it will add a new plan to its lineup designed for its demanding data users. The firm has named this plan Magenta Max; this plan will be replacing its already existing Magenta Plus. The firm has said that this plan will be available to its users from February 24th.
The new Max offering features no smartphone data throttling regardless of 4G or 5G data being used per month. The firm has confirmed that the hotspot data will be slowed to 3G speeds if it exceeds 40GB in a month. In the previous plan, Magenta Plus limited high-speed mobile hotspot data to 20GB in a month. T-Mobile has said that the plan will launch at a limited-time price of $47 per month.
Max has features that include a subscription to Netflix's $14 per month standard plan that allows HD streaming. The new plan users will have access to unlimited GoGo in-flight WiFi at a faster international data speed when traveling abroad. Users can stream 4k UHD on their phones, as long as they have proper content and a high-resolution display phone. T-Mobile's main Magenta plan will also see some improvements without needing to adjust its plan.