Virgin Mobile's New $40 Broadband Plan Replaces Others
Virgin Mobile USA today made a more formal announcement about its new $40 unlimited monthly data plan. As Phone Scoop reported earlier, 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. These two new plans replace the plans, ranging from $20 to $60, that Virgin Mobile USA introduced in June. Customers who had chosen one of those older plans will be able to serve out the remaining time of their monthly data allotment and will then have to choose one of the new plans for their next monthly cycle. The plans will be available starting August 25. The service will be available with either an Ovation MC760 USB dongle ($80) or the Novatel MiFi 2200 ($150).
Virgin Mobile USA Relaunches As An iPhone-Only Carrier
Virgin Mobile USA, which is owned and operated by Sprint, transformed itself today into new provider much more closely aligned with the Virgin brand. Significantly, Virgin Mobile USA is now an iPhone-only carrier, meaning Apple's iPhones are the only phones Virgin will sell moving forward.
Virgin Mobile to Sell iPhone X Starting November 10
Virgin Mobile USA today said it will offer customers the Apple iPhone X starting November 10. The company will accept preorders beginning November 3, which happens to be the same day the handset reaches Apple retail stores and those of Virgin's owner, Sprint.
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 Add Data Packs for Prepaid Plans
Sprint's Boost Mobile and Virgin Wireless USA brands today made available new data packs for customers seeking a bit more data. The $5 pack provides 1 GB of high-speed data and the $10 pack provides 2 GB of high-speed data.
Ditch the crappy ATT iPad "3G" Service
1. I have an iPad and spend $25 per month for AT&T's ultra crappy 3G service. Why not get the mifi on Virgin's service, put it in your pocket, and share with the iPad? Unlimited access, instead of the meager 2GB for AT&T (then another $25).
2. I am considering getting rid of my home broadband through Time Warner. Although it is faster that 3G broadband, I am going to test it out. If it is satisfactory, bye bye Time Warner! I am tired of getting nickeled and dimed by the cable company. Plus, if the power goes out...guess what...I still have Internet!
3. If you have an Android or iPhone, ratchet down the minute plans, and use Skype via Wi-fi. Again, put your mi-fi in your...
This little thing is nice. I have...
If only it were true...
False advertising, or lazy web designers?
One thing that bothers me--
--about Virgin Mobile: they are constantly changing their plans. And when they get changed, I'm read about some customers being put on said new plans without any notification (well, I'd imagine the bill is a notific
Since the buyout they have been working on a line of plans that are somewhat similar to Sprints (or at least more so than the other ones were). They're making these change...
This begs the question...
I live in Las Vegas, and I can get Clear WiMax for $5 more a month and that's true broadband.
Why would anyone pay $99.99 for unlimited talk, text and internet when for $69.99 you can get a Boost Curve phone with exactly the same plan? People ...
MetroPCS & Cricket offer unlimited talk & text for like what $45/mo? Those companies !!STILL!! don't seem to have any influence on ATT/Verizon. I wish they would! These wireless bills are v...