T-Mobile customers can breathe a little easier, the company announced on Monday they're no longer charging overage fees. The 4th largest U-S carrier noted that more than 20 million U.S. consumers were hit with overage charges just last year. They're urging competitors like AT&T, Verizon and Sprint to stop the practice as well. Customers will no longer see overage fees starting in May for bills arriving in June. Last month T-Mobile raised the price of its unlimited plan by $10 up to $80 month.