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T-Mobile announced on Thursday that it is expanding its international coverage by adding 20 countries and locations to its Simple Global feature. This program gives subscribers unlimited data and text (plus $.20/minute calls) in 145 countries. The expansion incorporates the Bahamas and Haiti as well as nine European nations. According to a T-Mobile release, Simple Global covers "more than 90 percent of the trips Americans take abroad each year," including all of Europe and South America.

"We've just made your traveling even easier in 20 more destinations around the world, expanding Simple Global to cover all of Europe and all of South America," John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile, said in a statement. "The carriers have made billions overcharging consumers who just want to stay connected overseas, and we've changed all that! Today, we made it even simpler to text, search or keep up on social media in a total of 145 countries and destinations, all at no extra cost!"

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