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    Wal-Mart Unlimited $20

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    Unlimited Talk
    (includes 50 messages)

    OR

    Unlimited Text
    (includes 50 minutes)

    ONLY $20

    This plan seems to still be available, anyone currently using this???
    The original stipulation was they required a phone purchased @ Wal-Mart... Kyocera Kona or Samsung Montage.

    Any updates??? or device additions?

    This is still a bargain @ only $20.
    Last edited by vmobi; 11-03-2014 at 12:16 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vmobi View Post
    Wirelessly posted (NO Contract !!!: Opera/9.80 (Android; Opera Mini/7.6.35843/35.5247; U; en) Presto/2.8.119 Version/11.10)

    Unlimited Talk
    (includes 50 messages)

    OR

    Unlimited Text
    (includes 50 minutes)

    ONLY $20

    This plan seems to still be available, anyone currently using this???
    The original stipulation was they required a phone purchased @ Wal-Mart... Kyocera Kona or Samsung Montage.

    Any updates??? or device additions?

    This is still a bargain @ only $20.

    Decent deal but Ptel's Tmobile mvno option is talk and text for $20 and Ultra Mobile (also Tmobile) is unlimited talk/text/100 mb lte for $19 plus 1 service charge for $20 plus better byod. Good deal if you are using a VM device and can't move it out. VM's new plans really are not that earth shaking. Boost is getting all the SPG love. VM needs something that's a nuke like their old $25 300 min/unlimited text/data plan. Now THAT was an AMAZING deal (for its time).

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    Quote Originally Posted by fonezfonz
    Quote Originally Posted by vmobi
    Unlimited Talk
    (includes 50 messages)

    OR

    Unlimited Text
    (includes 50 minutes)

    ONLY $20

    This plan seems to still be available, anyone currently using this???
    The original stipulation was they required a phone purchased @ Wal-Mart... Kyocera Kona or Samsung Montage.

    Any updates??? or device additions?

    This is still a bargain @ only $20.

    Decent deal but Ptel's Tmobile mvno option is talk and text for $20 and Ultra Mobile (also Tmobile) is unlimited talk/text/100 mb lte for $19 plus 1 service charge for $20 plus better byod. Good deal if you are using a VM device and can't move it out. VM's new plans really are not that earth shaking. Boost is getting all the SPG love. VM needs something that's a nuke like their old $25 300 min/unlimited text/data plan. Now THAT was an AMAZING deal (for its time).
    Yeah, good deals with limited buy in and limited coverage.... Add to that the unknown brand factor and then you can start to see the reason for the desperation rates, but I if they're available and have coverage near you then definitely worth a look.
    Last edited by vmobi; 11-11-2014 at 01:59 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wralford View Post
    It seems they added the LG ASPIRE & the Kyocera CONTACT to this value priced WAL-MART PayLo plans

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    Got a Kona from Walmart last week for $15 and put it on this $20 unlimited calling plan for my wife. She only needs a basic phone for talking. Seems like a great way to go... so far!

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    Going on two months with this and my wife is very happy with it.

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    Its a really good basic plan for $20 that's for sure. Can you add data too it for cheap?

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    Quote Originally Posted by awwyiss View Post
    Its a really good basic plan for $20 that's for sure. Can you add data too it for cheap?
    Not on a Paylo plan. For $40 you get only 50 megs a month. Paylo is awesome if you don't need data.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MrLaserman View Post
    Going on two months with this and my wife is very happy with it.
    Just moved my mom to Chit Chat on a VM Kona that I already had, otherwise the WM Kona and plan would have been a possibility. We are paying taxes so it's almost $23 and for that we do get both talk and text, not that she texts.

    Will keep this in mind if we need a replacement phone, it is a great deal.

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