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    New plans for Internet On The Go

    These are the little hotspot devices (novatel mifi) that are sold at walmart, new options for 30 day data, and it's very cheap compared to virgin that also runs on the same network:

    Thank you for being a loyal Internet on the Go customer. We are pleased to announce that effective today, Internet on the Go will be improved with new plans and more megabytes. The current "no expiration" plan will continue to be offered as the "Go Big - Use Whenever" plan, but with more megabytes for each of the refill options. We are also introducing a completely new "Go Bigger - 30-Day" plan that gives you even more megabytes for use within a 30-day period.
    The next time you refill your account, you will be able to choose one of the following plans:
    • Go Big - Use Whenever plan
    o $10 / 500MB
    o $25 / 1.5GB
    o $45 / 4GB
    • Go Bigger - 30-Day plan
    o $10 / 1GB
    o $25 / 3GB
    o $45 / 8GB

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    Do they have Wi-Max access also?

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    It's a novatel mifi 2200 so it's EVDO RevA only, but on the plus side it allows tethering via USB
    How many people own a working bag phone AND a Telular box?

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    The rates look really Good, for pay as you go with no expiration. I currently use Samsung Instinct on Platinumtel, and use FoxFi, at 10c per MB.. This will get it down to 2c per MB... very attractive for a casual user like me..

    BTW, the balance may last forever only if the company behind it lasts forever.. Does anyone know how TruConnect, who is providing the service off Sprint network, is doing financially?

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    the best real un keep secret.. is the get the 100min 5/gb tmobile prepaid plan.. and put it in a rooted phone and use it as a hotspot... u get 5gb of hspa+ for $30 even...

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    Does anyone know if a Virgin Mobile Mifi device will work on Internet on the Go?

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    ^also curious about the answer. Almost bought one off craigslist to try.

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    Are these things sold at Walmart already with 4GB at $45? I can't find anything on their website.

    Edit: I found it, but the refills are $45 for 1GB, not 4GB. Where did you find these rates (in the OP)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FT_VZW View Post
    Are these things sold at Walmart already with 4GB at $45? I can't find anything on their website.

    Edit: I found it, but the refills are $45 for 1GB, not 4GB. Where did you find these rates (in the OP)?
    Go to "Support" on their website and look for refills.. It is there..

    You can refill with credit card, instead of buying a pin from walmart..

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    Thanks NC, I tried (for like half an hour), but can't find it.
    If anybody has a link, that would be awesome!

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    Thanks a lot!
    I was on a completely different website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndroAsc View Post
    Does anyone know if a Virgin Mobile Mifi device will work on Internet on the Go?
    No it won't, I borrowed an ESN to run through their activation system and as of 3 months ago it fails.

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    good to know. Saved me from wasting some money.

    Quote Originally Posted by gunterm View Post
    No it won't, I borrowed an ESN to run through their activation system and as of 3 months ago it fails.

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    I have heard that freedompop rounds up to the next megabyte. So if you have an app that uses a few kb every minute, it will eat up the data pretty quickly.

    Does internet on the go pull any of those tricks? I did not see anything in their faq. I was wondering if any of you that have the service noticed anything like this.

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