There is a new 3G prepaid plan arriving tomorrow that Verizon will be offering. It looks to be pretty good as it will feature unlimited talk and text with the added benefit of 1GB of data thrown in. You can get this all for $80 per month and no contract.
I have a GS3 with T-Mobile prepaid (60 a month) my Simultaneous Voice and Data is not working? is this a problem with the prepaid service? the Simultaneous Voice and Data will work for a few min's then cut off and i cant get data back until i end the call im on.
What is the cheapest way to get three people on a plan in the united states that has unlimited, or many texts? I don't need data for any of the phones, and basically any number of minutes above 150 will do. I know 150 is EXTREMELY low, but I just want to allow any suggestions.
Optus has upgraded its prepaid mobile plans aimed at heavy text users, adding free calls to any other Australian mobile numbers, and unlimited access to Facebook and Twitter and limited data for other purposes, but at $22 per MB users could quickly blow their credit if they exceed the limit.
After recent leaks outed T-Mobile’s plans to unleash its own dedicated prepaid service, the carrier has officially revealed its low-cost GoSmart Mobile network. Ole’ Magenta announced today that it has already begun trialing the network, offering a selection of three prepaid-only plans. $30 per month will get you unlimited calling and texting.