Airvoice Wireless has cut the prices of all their monthly plans by $5. The data allowance on $35/month plan has also been increased from 25 MB to 100 MB.
These changes make Airvoice less expensive than any other AT&T MVNO at the $30 through $40 price points. If you need more than 500 MB of data, Straight Talk's $45 plan, which includes "unlimited" data (actually about 2 GB/month before throttling), is still a better deal. But for anyone needing a small amount of data, or none at all, Airvoice is a good choice.
Airvoice's customer support is US based customer and generally gets very good reviews. Support hours are a bit limited, Monday through Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., closed Sundays.
Here's a table comparing Airvoice's new and old plans. All of the plans include unlimited voice minutes.
|New Price||Old Price||New Data||Old Data||SMS / MMS|
|$30||$35||None||None||Unlimited / None|
|$35||$40||100 MB||25 MB||Unlimited / Unlimited|
|$40||$50||500 MB||500 MB||Unlimited / Unlimited|
|$55||$60||1 GB||1 GB||Unlimited / Unlimited|
The $35 and higher monthly plans also include $10/month worth of international calls.
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