If you were mulling over the idea of capitalizing on the conveniently priced 200MB data plan from T-Mobile, you'll probably want to head back to the drawing board because, according to TmoNews, the carrier removed that option last week. Starting October 10th, any customer that joined T-Mobile would be forced to pay $20 a month for a 2GB instead of the usual entry level plan worth $10 per month.
The decision comes after T-Mobile came to the realization that people are using "a lot more data than they ever did before, and the new minimum required plan protects them from unexpected overages." However, for those that currently use and enjoy the 200MB plan can keep it as long as they pay the full retail price for their next phone. Now, that's #firstworldproblems right there.
[via The Verge]