Enlarge / A T-Mobile logo at a store in New York on April 30, 2018. (credit: Getty Images | Bloomberg)

T-Mobile today is notifying customers on some older smartphone plans that their monthly prices will soon be increased by either $2 or $5.

T-Mobile confirmed the price increases when contacted by Ars today. “The increase is $2 or $5 per line. We won’t be sharing the details on which plans but the portion of customers who are included are being notified today,” a T-Mobile spokesperson told us.

The price increases, which reportedly will take effect during the June billing cycle, were previously confirmed by The Mobile Report. The news article said that affected plans include One, Magenta, Magenta Max, Magenta 55+, Magenta First Responder, and Simple Choice. While smartphone plans will increase either $2 or $5, it appears that affected plans for tablets and hotspots will get a $2 price increase.

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