Virgin Mobile USA Offering Unlimited Broadband for $40
Virgin Mobile USA has announced via its Facebook page two new wireless data options. For customers seeking no-contract wireless broadband service, Virgin Mobile USA is offering 100MB for $10, which lasts for 10 days. It is also offering unlimited broadband for $40 per month. According to the Facebook posting, Virgin Mobile USA will offer the broadband through either a MiFi or USB laptop dongle. Virgin recently overhauled its data plans, and it hasn't said how these new prices will fit into its existing offering. Virgin Mobile's parent organization, Sprint, sells the MiFi with a $60 monthly service charge.
Virgin Mobile Offering Unlimited Cellular Music Streaming
Virgin Mobile USA today announced Data Free Music, a program that lets customers stream an unlimited amount of music over the cellular network with no impact on their data plan. The idea is similar to one from T-Mobile.
Boost and Virgin Mobile Outline Galaxy S7 Launch
Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile today both confirmed plans to offer the Samsung Galaxy S7 to their prepaid customers. Boost will kick off sales of the flagship handset on March 11, with Virgin to follow March 18.
Virgin Mobile Offering No-Contract Shared Data Plans
Virgin Mobile today announced a new plan available exclusively to Walmart customers that includes sharable data without contracts. The plans are available to four specific phones for between two an four lines per account.
LG Tribute Lands on Virgin Mobile
Virgin Mobile USA recently made the LG Tribute available on its web site. The Tribute is a low-cost Android smartphone that features a 4.5-inch screen, quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor, 5-megapixel camera, LTE and LG's Knock Code.
Virgin Offering $25 Monthly Smartphone Plan
Virgin Mobile USA today announced a limited-time offer that drops the price of its entry-level smartphone plan to $25 per month. The Unlimited Talk and Text plan is available to select Android smartphones, including the LG Volt, LG Optimus F3, Kyocera Hydro Vibe, and several others.
If only it were true...
Now if they only offered prepaid 3G/4G...
$40 (or $50) no-commitment unlimited wireless broadband would save any businessman who has to travel irregularly. Beats paying $10/day for hotel internet.