Wal-Mart and TracFone Offering $30 No-Contract Plan
Wal-Mart and TracFone are rolling out a new, no-contract calling plan that costs $30 and provides customers with 1000 minutes, 1000 texts and 30MB of data per month. The plan is called Straight Talk. For heavier users, the Straight Talk Unlimited plan offers unlimited minutes, texts and data for $45 per month. The two companies have already conducted pilots of the new plan and are in the middle of rolling the Straight Talk plans out to all Wal-Mart stores nationwide.
FreedomPop Intros $19 iPhone Plan
FreedomPop today announced a new calling plan that targets owners of the Apple iPhone. Owners of the iPhone 6 or 6s who activate their phone with FreeomPop will receive 500MB of data, 500 texts, and 500 voice minutes each month for free.
Verizon Changes Up Prepaid Plans
Verizon Wireless today announced changes to its prepaid service plans. The entry-level plan includes unlimited talk and text, but no data (WiFi only) for $30 per month.
Verizon Debuts $80 Unlimited Plan for Prepaid Service
Verizon Wireless today added an unlimited data option to its series of prepaid plans. According to Verizon's web site, the new $80 plan includes unlimited high-speed service without a contract, though video is capped at 480p and prepaid customers may see slower speeds when the network is congested.
Sprint Intros 2GB Plan for Those Not Interested in Unlimited Data
Sprint recently added a low-cost 2 GB service plan to its offering. The plan costs $45 per month for a single line ($40 with autopay) and includes unlimited talk and text and 2 GB of data.
Sprint's All-In Plan Includes Phone and Service for $80
Sprint today introduced a new plan that combines the cost of a service plan with the cost of a handset in one monthly payment. The Sprint All-In plan costs $80 per month and includes unlimited talk, text, and data, and a Sprint Lease on handsets such as the Apple iPhone 6, Samsung Galaxy S6, and HTC One M9.
$45 unlimited everything- not bad
lan for 45 is a good deal. So now we have boost unlimited for 50, pageplus for 40, revol for 35, and trakphone for 45. I guess these mnvos are going to place a certain amount of pressure on their parent companies to drive prices down. It also is steals the spot light fromtmobile black secret 50 unlimited and att 60 prepaid unlimited (voice and data)
Customers want cheap prices and good service. you don't get that with Tracphone.
No Big Deal. PP is still better in more ways then one!