Are you 55 or Older? Get TWO Unlimited Lines for Just $60 Per Month from T-Mobile

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Starting today, August 9th, T-Mobile is introducing a sweet deal just for customers aged 55 and older. Qualified customers can get T-Mobile ONE for just $60 per month total for two lines with taxes and fees included. This includes unlimited talk, text, and 4G LTE smartphone data!

Please note that this offer does require you to sign up for AutoPay. When you do sign up for AutoPay, you’ll receive a $5 discount per line, making the price just $60 per month total for two lines (with taxes and fees included).

Existing customers can enroll in any T-Mobile store or by calling 1-800-TMOBILE to get started. New customers can head to any T-Mobile store to enroll. All you need is your valid, government-issued proof of age (driver’s license or passport) to prove eligibility.

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Comments 43

  1. visitor3

    Hoping the illustration is for 85 and older. 😊

    • momo


    • Denise

      No kidding! I was thinking the same thing

      • Laura

        Lol! I was thinking wow 55 is looking a little rough these days 😂

        • Adrian

          That’s a mean thing to say

  2. Amy

    That’s a great price. I’ll have to share this with my mom! Anyone know if T-mobile is truly unlimited data?

    • Daniela

      I use about 30gb a month and never get slowed down or warned like I used to with Verizon.

      • Amy

        Thank you! I know my mom has this issue with her current so that would be perfect

    • Jacquelyn

      Yes it’s truly unlimited everything. Great customer service. We already have TMobile but switched to the 55+,just signed up for auto pay and got it for $60.00 for 2 lines

  3. Susan

    Thank you thank you thank you!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re very welcome Susan!

  4. Betty

    Do both people have to be 55 and older or just the primary holder?

    • Whitney

      In the details it says only the primary holder has to be 55+.

  5. Cathy

    I currently have Verizon, but at this price point I am interested. Does anyone know if I will be able to use my current phone or if I must upgrade. I have an iPhone 5.

    • ResseCup

      You can bring your phone over to Tmobile. The only phone they can’t put on their network is Sprint. That’s what it was last year when I was looking for a replacement phone on Craigslist.

      • Cathy

        Thank you so much.

    • Angela V.

      Hi Cathy, I switched to T-Mobile about two weeks ago and tried using my Samsung Galaxy S7 that I purchased from Verizon. Unfortunately, I didn’t have as good of reception because the Verizon phones don’t use the same antennae (T-Mobile uses different cell frequencies for much of their coverage). So, I ended up trading in my phone (T-Mobile gave me close to a $200 credit towards another phone). I now have excellent coverage (data and cell), and am still saving about $50 a month with T-Mobile. Hope that helps.

      • Cathy

        Thank you so much for the information. It is very helpful in making a decision.

  6. Cathy

    Also can you keep your same phone number when switching phone ?

    • Whitney

      The details don’t say anything about having to get a new phone. It’s standard to be able to keep your number, shouldn’t be an issue 🙂

      • Cathy

        Thank you.

  7. sharon

    I’m with Verizon now. This price is excellent compared to Verizon. I wonder how the coverage is on receiving and placing calls. Dropped signals, etc.

    • Angela V.

      Check the coverage map before making the switch. With that being said I just switched to T-Mobile two weeks ago after being with Verizon over 10 years and wished I wouldn’t have waited so long. I live in a rural area and actually have better cell and data coverage now, and their customer service has been excellent. Plus, my bills $50 less per month with Verizon.

    • misti

      I had lots of no service and dropped calls with T-Mobile. Never have issues with AT&T but maybe it depends where you live.

  8. Savvysaver

    I’ve been with T-mobile for about 13 years now, and I must say that the service has gotten much better over the years. I used to have several dropped calls and didn’t ever have service in Walmart, but things have gotten much better. Even when I’m in rural areas, I have service most of the time. Go for it!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Great to hear the service has become so good! Thanks for sharing your experience!

  9. CJ

    Thanks! Sounds like a good deal. Sent it to my parents & inlaws.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re welcome!

  10. Lana

    Thanks! At our age every savings is a plus!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re so welcome!

  11. Katy M

    I’m guessing this does not include paying for your phone, which could add another $40 per line per month. We split AT&T with my in-laws (all on 1 account), we both pay $132 a month w/ taxes and that is with all of us having new phones. It might be worth looking into.

  12. Geri S.

    We have 5 lines – 3 are our kids. Does anyone know if we have to kick them off to get this deal??

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You could always call and ask to be certain!


      It says it’s only for 2 lines, more than that “would be better served with our Tmobile One account.” Check the faqs.

  13. Jane

    I would be interested in that too. We also have 3 kids .

  14. marta henderson

    Got my 2 lines for $60.00 deal, had to go to the T-mobile location to show proof of my 55+ age. I took a picture of this ad , they were not aware of this deal at my T-mobile store. Thank you Hip2save!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You are SO welcome! Awesome that you could grab the deal! 🙂

      • Cathy

        Thank so much. I am all signed up.

        • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

          Good! You’re so welcome!

    • Cathy

      Do you know if it is a contract or a month to month agreement? Do they guarantee the price for a duration of time? Thank you.


        You probably need to research these questions yourself. The faqs may answer some, but calling Tmobile would be most helpful.

  15. Elizabeth

    Does anyone know a way to get around the 25 dollar per line activation fee? I went into the store and they said that is what it would cost for the sim cards…but the chat csr said the sim cards were 3.99. We would be new customers.

    • LIZ M

      We went to Costco because they waived both of the activation fees. I also just got a call from the Costco kiosk rep who said that we get 2 50 dollar Costco giftcards because we brought our own phones! We bought the sim cards from Amazon for ten bucks each, our plan is the post paid one and they work just fine.

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