Sounds interesting. What about SMS/MMS?
Plans start at $33 for 250 minutes with 2gb data.
Sounds like a good alternative for the $30/month tmobile plan.. If you need a few more minutes and less data.
Anyone know what network they plan to use?
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150 more minutes and 3GB less for data for $3 more than the T-Mo Walmart deal?
Read this news link yesterday ....it contain a web site url to the company behind it...also a lot more info on why they are doing it.
They have been in Cell Business for a while now..
That's an impressive article on this MVNO.
Notice the amount of money they are using to get started, $700k+, and think about how that compares to some of these wanna be MVNOs that are run out of a basement somewhere.
So, discounted phones then? Heavy smartphone users will probably switch to the T-mobile $30 plan after a month to get more data.
Unlocked iPhones? How long do you think Apple will let them get away with what they're doing?
They do seem to be serious about the business and have the experience and resources to back it up.
Sounds like an excellent opportunity to try my Galaxy Nexus elsewhere. 100 minutes on T-Mo's $30 plan is too few, so I'm stuck on the $60 plan even though I really don't use that many minutes.
I'd be a little worried if I dropped down to Simple Mobile's level of coverage, but at $33 a month, how can you go wrong?
This plan needs to be below $30. Otherwise it doesn't seem that great of a deal.
With Simple mobile out of the picture as a true Tmo mvno, Tmo needs to get more so this is a good beginning. According to Tmo, they are revamping their mvno program to be more aggressive and partner friendly unlike before the prepaid boom when they were turning down lots of applicants or having hostile relations with them (Tuyo).
Tmo needs to do this if it is going to survive without an iphone (for now) in a completely saturated US cellular market . There are now more phones then Americans. We are at critical mass. The only way for a competitor to make it is to take users from its opponents.