Good news. T-Mobile just breached your contract so you don't have to. They've raised the rates on text messages effective August 29. As soon as you receive your official T-Mobile notification of the price change, give their customer service line a ring. If you cite the rate hike as the sole reason for canceling your T-Mobile contract and stick to your guns, they'll have to waive the early termination fee. The Consumerist wrote on this when ATT raised their text message prices, and the same principals apply here. [BGR via Gizmodo, Consumerist]