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T-Mobile is raising prices on several of its plans

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T-Mobile has begun notifying customers that it’s hiking their rates by as much as $5 per line per month. The company’s help account on X confirmed the price increase, telling one person that it was “adjusting prices to respond to rising costs.” Reports suggest the hike applies to older plans, including One, Magenta, Magenta 55 Plus / Military, and Simple Choice, but the full extent isn’t known.

T-Mobile told employees that it is notifying the “small fraction of customers” who are affected by the change today, May 22nd, according to an internal document and slides published by The Mobile Report. The company added that the increases, which are either $2 or $5 depending on which plan customers are on, will show up on their next bill “as…

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