He says the plan has new added benefits.
T-Mobile TMUS CEO John Legere took to Twitter Wednesday night to discuss the cellphone carrier’s new “Simple Choice Amped” unlimited plan, which is getting a $15 price hike, along with added benefits.
Consumerist reported that the plan is going from $80 per month to $95, although it comes without caps on certain streaming video services.
“You can stream video without using any of your data bucket,” Legere said at a conference unveiling the changes. It will include streaming videos from 24 partners, including Netflix NFLX , HBO Now, HBO Go, Hulu, Sling, ESPN, Showtime, Starz, Encore, Fox Sports, NBC Sports, Crackle, and UStream.
In a series of nine tweets, he discussed the differences with the new plan, suggesting customers will get more benefits for the increased price. Here are a few of his tweets:
He also took the opportunity to slam competitors Verizon VZ and Sprint for bumping up prices without supposedly offering more extras.