There are no overages, and businesses are just charged by the gigabyte of use.
Business customers will also get a Go Daddy domain, a mobile-optimized website, and an email mailbox provided by Microsoft, on their own domain.
The company will pay up to $650 per line in switching costs from another carrier, which now includes paying off leases and phone payment plans such as AT&T Next and Verizon Edge, he said.
Families of new business customers will be able to sign up for personal lines with the first line discounted from $50 to $30/month plus data, he said.
"We have some rural edge, some in-building penetration that is still stuff we're working on," he said.
The carrier's main problem is that it's primarily on higher-band spectrum than AT&T or Verizon, and while that's ideal for carrying fast data, it's not very good at covering distances or penetrating building walls.
Small businesses can also add data, messaging, talk, text, and other features to the plan. The 11 new shared plans are available nationwide to small business customers in T-Mobile retail stores, over the phone at 1-800-TMOBILE and through business sales account managers.
Starting at just .99 per month for two lines using 1000 Whenever Minutes®, with no activation fee, the plans provide access to voice calling on America’s Largest 4G Network™.2 Additional lines are .99 each per month, with the maximum number of lines varying based on the plan selected.
"Unlimited is a world in and of itself; I can't pretend to tell you the ten-year view on Unlimited," Legere said.
More Coverage Coming Coverage is one of the major complaints that potential business customers have about T-Mobile.