Three days ago T-Mobile MVNO Lycamobile ended the promotional pricing on their monthly plans, which meant a $10/month price increase on all plans or old and new users alike. I don't know if they got a lot of cancellations and complaints or what but they seemed to have rolled back almost half of the increase.
The main Lycamobile.us Plans page is still showing the new higher prices which start at $29/month. But when you click "Buy online now" link it takes you to the "Recharge" page (image above) which shows prices that are $4/month less.
In other Lycamobile news, users on HowardForums have found a couple of undocumented bonus features with the T-Mobile MVNO. Shortly after Lyca launch users found that incoming texts are free on the pay as you go plan. Texts are still free and today a user posted that they were not charged for calls to 800 numbers and other toll-free numbers. I don't know if this is a bug or intentional but all other US mobile operators charge for calls to these numbers.
Lycamobile also seems to have fixed the bug with the *185# code that's supposed to let you disable voice mail. The code has been listed on the Lycamobile help page since launch but until now it hasn't worked. Now it does. The ability to turn off voicemail is helpful if you are using Google Voice or another 3rd party voicemail service as the carrier voicemail tends to answer calls before Google Voice, etc., making the alternate voice mail service useless.