Individual and family plans were simplified to three options each, but the middle one -- 1,000 minutes for individual and 2,000 family -- is a minutes-only choice with no text offered (read: upsell opportunity). The new data plans would be revamped as well, with monthly fees ranging from $10 for 200 MB up to $60 for 10 GB; data hogs needn't worry about overages, though, because these offerings would still technically be "unlimited" since speeds would just be throttled to 2G once the limit is met. Finally, saving the most shocking for last, whispers in T-Mobile's camp mention that restocking fees will be raised from $10 to a mind-blowing $50 for smartphones and $75 for tablets ($25 for a "phone-first" phone). At a time when retailers are doing away with restock fees completely, we find this move to be the most curious of all. If you're still at the edge of your seat looking for more details, don't hesitate to visit the source links to get the whole enchilada.