T-Mobile Wants You To Switch Over So Badly, It's Killing Annual Contracts For Its Unlimited Data Plan

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Yesterday at CES, T-Mobile made a hard push to turn more people onto its service.

It announced two enticing things:

  • Its 4G Unlimited plan for mobile users, contract-free, for $70 per month. That means you can text, call and use endless amounts of data without committing to a full year with T-Mobile. T-Mobile will no longer offer the annual contract, just a month to month service, which 46% of its customers chose last month anyway.
  • Free wireless data services in select Windows 8 laptops so people can “walk out working.” It’s launching on Dell Inspiron 14Z Ultrabooks and HP Pavilion dm1 laptops.

More on the announcement over at Gigaom.

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