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Virgin Mobile's New $40 Broadband Plan Replaces Others

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Aug 24, 2010, 7:38 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

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).

more info at Virgin Mobile USA »



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