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Page Plus $69.95 Plan Now Available - Unlimited Talk and Text With 5 GB of Data

Verizon MVNO Page Plus Cellular's new $69.95 monthly plan is available now on the Page Plus site and from Page Plus authorized dealers. The new plan includes 5 GB of data as well as unlimited voice and messaging.

Although the new plan is being sold as a smartphone plan, Page Plus allows the use of any device on any of their plans and that includes mobile hotspots and USB stick modems.

Page Plus online dealer Kitty Wireless has announced that in about two weeks they will begin selling a $99.95 package deal consisting of a Novatel MiFi 2200 3G mobile hotspot and one month of service on the $69.95 plan.

That's not a bad deal at when you consider that Verizon charges $80/month for 5GB of prepaid 3G mobile broadband. However, if you have a 4G LTE capable mobile broadband device Verizon has a better deal; 3 GB for $50/month or 10 GB for $90/month. The Verizon LTE plan requires a $129.99 Verizon prepaid hotspot. Verizon doesn't seem to sell prepaid 3G only mobile broadband devices anymore.

For users who don't need 5 GB of data, Page Plus offers two other unlimited voice and messaging plans that include data, a $55 plan with 2GB and a $39.95 plan with 200 MB.

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  1. I wish more carriers would separate their voice and data bundles, like Ting does. For people who need data but not unlimited voice minutes, T-Mobile's $30/5GB/100 min plan might make more sense. But If you need 500 minutes then you would be better off with this PagePlus plan, or with separate devices and perhaps carriers for voice and data.

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    1. Ting's data plans are way too expensive for what they offer. 3GB a month is the max amount that you can purchase, and it will cost you $60 just for the data and not any minuets or text. Their phones that they offer currently are nice but unaffordable. Its a good thing that Ting is now allowing you to be able to BYOSD instead of having to shell out $300+ to buy one of theirs. I do like though the benefit of adding multiple phones on ones account and only costing $6 per device. That can save you alot of money each month. For example, I can add 3 lines to my account with 1000 min, 1000 Text and 2GB Data for only $71 a month. Plus Ting offers Sprint's LTE network.

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  2. I am using the $30/5G Tmob plan with the hotspot in my Tmob phone; no issues. Much faster than a MiFi. Daughter uses Clear Spot WiMax for $35/mo., unlimited. Much faster than WiFi, even tho it is throttled to 1.75 mb/s.

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  3. I meant to say that Clear Spot is much faster than MiFi, not Wifi.

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  4. Tmobile $30 5 gig plan is nice because you have enough data to use VOIP for outgoing calls. Vonage, Bobsled and Google+ all work well enough. Save your minutes for incoming calls. If you go over 100, extra minutes are 10c I think.

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  5. I would gladly sign up for this plan of it allowed for 4G data.

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    1. I'll stick with my Incredible 2 and the $55 pan for now. I never use more than about 500 megabytes of data anyway.

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  6. I would gladly sign up for this plan of it allowed for 4G data.

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  7. Page plus allows any device including hot spots on any plan? Does that mean that I could use my phone as a hot spot on the $29 plan?

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    1. Kitty Wireless Forum has a thread on this....

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    2. Yes, although 250 MB wouldn't last long using a tethered PC normally.

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  8. MiFi walmart with Prepaid Card Refill is good options for low-data user

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