T-Mobile 200MB Free Plan List of Devices
T-Mobile Free Data For Life (FDFL) plan offers a free 200MB per month per device for compatible tablets and devices (7” and above). Any unlocked device on their list should be eligible. To activate you will need a T-Mobile SIM – universal-sized (standard, micro, nano) bring-your-own-device (BYOD) SIM starter kits are available at Amazon.
While 200MB is not much, it is enough to stay connected. See our guide to reducing mobile data usage on Android.
|Kindle Fire HDX 8.9||8.9”||Fire OS (Android)||LTE||Amazon|
|Kindle Fire HDX 7||7”||Fire OS (Android)||LTE||Amazon|
|Kindle Fire HD 8.9 (2nd Gen)||8.9”||Fire OS(Android)||HSDPA+||Amazon|
|Ooio Model 2||7”||Android||HSDPA+||Amazon|
|HP Chromebook 14||14”||Chrome OS||HSDPA+||Amazon|
|HP Stream 13 4G||13”||Windows 8||HSDPA+||Amazon|
|HP 7 Plus (G2-1331)||7”||Android||HSDPA+||Amazon|
|Nexus 7 LTE (Asus 2013)||7”||Android||LTE||Amazon|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab 3.0||7”||Android||LTE||Amazon|
|Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0||8”||Android||LTE||Amazon|
Their full device list has many older (3G) tablets, which I do not review or include here. You may also have luck with other tablets by contacting T-Mobile support.
I think T-Mobile is banking on some users buying additional data after 200MB. Unlike their traditional data plans, there is no throttling to 2G network after your limit is reached. So, after you use 200MB you are capped and will need to wait until the next cycle to get your next 200MB.
Don’t expect to stream YouTube on this plan, but using my guide you can do email and chat at the very least, and at a zero monthly cost that’s pretty awesome.