Additional features include 5GB of international tethering in a “Simple Global” country, unlimited voice calls between these countries at no cost, unlimited messaging, unlimited stateside international talk and text (normally priced at $ 15 per month alone), and all of the features of the One Plus International add-on that was ended earlier this year. The latter featured unlimited 4G LTE usage in Mexico and Canada, HD video streaming, Voicemail to Text, unlimited in-flight Wi-Fi, and Name ID.
The leaked document also notes that the Global Plus add-on will not be available to business, government, No Credit Check, and prepaid accounts. It also must be used for a complete billing cycle. If you are a T-Mobile customer, Global Plus with its 4G LTE connectivity surely beats the unlimited 2G speeds available with the currently offered Simple Global plan.
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