T-Mo and Sprint announced on Thursday that they are ending the SMM service and switching to a $5 per month plan.
The new plan will be available starting April 6, with the price dropping to $4.99 per month in 2019.
T-mobile also announced a few other changes, including a $100 credit towards monthly service fees and new service agreements.
Tmo and Sprint will both continue to offer a $200 credit for new accounts with unlimited talk, text, and data.
This new offer will be offered for a limited time only.
The two carriers are also bringing back their “Mobile App” and “Mobile Phone” apps.
TMO has been offering the $5-per-month plan for a few years now, but it was only available to Sprint customers.
However, T-mo and samsung announced a new offer, called the $30-per, $60-per plan, which lets you buy unlimited talk and text and up to 20GB of data for $50 a month.
The $30 plan will continue to work for a while longer, but Samsung will offer a cheaper version, the $20-per and $30 per plan, on April 6.
Both Tmo plans have a $30 credit towards unlimited talk data and a $50 credit towards the $50 per plan.
These new deals will start rolling out on April 5.
TMobile is still offering the older $20 plan, but now only to Sprint subscribers.
The other new deal will be announced later this week.