AT&T MVNO Airvoice Wireless finally updated it's Web site today to reflect lower data prices on its Pay as You Go and $10 plans.
According to the site data on the Pay As You Go plan costs 6.6¢/MB rather than 6¢/MB as previously reported. The data price on the $10 plan (which is also a pay as you go plan) is
Update 9/6/2013: Yesterday the Airvoice site said data on the $10 plan was 2.5¢/MB. That's was apparently an error and and the site has been updated to indicate that the price is actually 6.6¢/MB.
The new rates went into effect five weeks ago but until today the site was still listing data as priced at 33¢/MB on both plans.
Airvoice, which was founded in 1999, is among the oldest prepaid MVNOs. It is noted for superior US based customer support although support hours are limited.
In addition to pay as you go, Airvoice offers a variety of competively priced monthly plans. The table below summarizes the current Airvoice plan lineup.
|Plan||Validity||Cost||Voice||SMS (US / Intl.)||MMS (US / Intl.)||Data||Extras|
|Pay as You Go||90 - 365 days||$10 90 days, $20 120 days, $30 150 days, $50 180 days, $100 1 year 1||8¢ - 10¢ per minute||10¢ / 20¢ each||10¢ / 20¢ + data used||6.6¢ per MB|
|$10 Plan||30 days||$10||4¢ per minute||2¢ / 20¢ each||10¢ / 20¢ + data used||6.6¢ per MB|
|Unlimited Talk, Text, MMS with 100 MB Web 2||30 days||$30||unlimited||unlimited / 20¢||unlimited / 20¢||100 MB, overage 2.5¢ per MB|
|Unlimited Talk, Text, MMS With 1 GB WEb 2, 3||30 days||$40||unlimited||unlimited / 20¢||unlimited/ 20¢||1 GB, overage 2.5¢/MB||$10 internation call credit, 100 international SMS|
|Unlimited Talk, Text, MMS & 3 GB Web 2, 3||30 days||$60||unlimited||unlimited / 20¢||unlimited/ 20¢||3 GB, overage 2.5¢/MB||$10 internation call credit, 100 international SMS|
2 $10 Cash Card required to use pay per use features
3 On the $60 plan data is cut off at 1.5 GB, rather than the advertised 3 GB. The user has to call Airvoice after 1.5 GB and ask them to release the last 1.5 GB! On the $40 plan data stops after 500 MB and the users has to call in to get the second 500 MB.
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