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Get 5% Off The $55 Plan For Life For Porting Your Number to Page Plus

Page Plus online dealer Kitty Wireless has announced a new promotion that gives users a 5% discount off the cost of the Page Plus $55/month plan every month for life.

With the discount the plan is $52.25/month. It currently includes unlimited talk and text and 2GB of data.

Page Plus has announced that beginning Nov 20, 2013 the data allowance on The 55 plan will increase to 2.5GB/month.

There are some conditions and caveats with this deal. To qualify you must:

  • Port a phone number from another carrier to a new PagePlus line of service before 3PM EST on 11/30/2013.
  • Activate The 55 Plan on that line.
  • Pass Kitty Wireless' fraud review for credit card customers. This is easiest if you are porting a postpaid number or have a landline phone number that matches the number associated with your credit card or a card that can be verified with Mastercard SecureCode or Verified by Visa.
  • Activate Kitty Wireless AutoPay on the ported number

To get started click here: kittywireless.com/pageplus/freeport.html to port your number from another carrier to a new or existing Page Plus account.

Source: Kitty Wireless Forums

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  1. Anyone heard anything about verizon prepaid or mvnos getting 4g yet or at least to use 4g phones?? Or a tentative date

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    1. Not soon..if Verizon themselves are struggling with 4G network capacity, why will they let MVNO use their 4G network ?

      http://news.cnet.com/8301-1035_3-57612021-94/verizon-admits-network-faces-traffic-pressure-in-big-cities/

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    2. You would do the same thing if you ran Vzw. LTE build-out and LTE Advanced needs extra cash from postpaid accounts. 3G network has excess capacity and can't be shut for several more years. More people still willing to sign up with MVNOs. Most people can do what they want on the 3G network, which gets faster as people migrate to LTE. Makes good business sense, and they are a business, not a charity.

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  2. Verizon said back in May, that there 3G network is very profitable at a very low cost. I've been using Verizon's network on Straight Talk. Never had any problems with the service.

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  3. The Verizon MVNO's must be really hating them. As most non Verizon MVNO's offer 4g speeds on the other big 3 carrier's networks. Has anyone else noticed that over the years it seems like more Verizon MVNO's tank/go out of business more than any other MVNO's that use the other big 3 carrier's networks.

    Most recently Talk For Good folded. Yeswap remember Amp'd Mobile? Amp'd might of been the only MVNO that actually made you sign a contract lol. I signed a 18 month contract with Amp'd lol. I sure miss them for y'all that don't know about them they had a lot of investment money upfront and had big expectations but yet they folded also. I believe 10 months into my 18 month contract they folded. The problem for Amp'd why they lost money was because you didn't have to pay your previous bill until right before the next one was due. They didn't suspend any services for paying late so it was great for the customer but bad for them lol. I remember 2 month bill was like $134.66 all I had to do was pay like the minimum amount. So Amp'd was always late receiving payments from customers and I'm certain most customers did the exact thing I did. I'm sure this business model didn't please their investors and maybe Verizon wasn't getting payments on time from Amp'd.

    My point is lack of 4g for its MVNO's might turn some people off and they might switch to other MVNO's that offer 4g. Most likely Verizon is banking on brand recognition and assuming for now people will be satisfied enough with a nationwide reliable 3g network. At the end of the day though it makes you think is Verizon's restrictions and unmet contract clauses by the MVNO's we don't know about the main reason we see some of their MVNO's fold.

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  4. The Verizon MVNO's must be really hating them. As most non Verizon MVNO's offer 4g speeds on the other big 3 carrier's networks. Has anyone else noticed that over the years it seems like more Verizon MVNO's tank/go out of business more than any other MVNO's that use the other big 3 carrier's networks.

    Most recently Talk For Good folded. Yeswap remember Amp'd Mobile? Amp'd might of been the only MVNO that actually made you sign a contract lol. I signed a 18 month contract with Amp'd lol. I sure miss them for y'all that don't know about them they had a lot of investment money upfront and had big expectations but yet they folded also. I believe 10 months into my 18 month contract they folded. The problem for Amp'd why they lost money was because you didn't have to pay your previous bill until right before the next one was due. They didn't suspend any services for paying late so it was great for the customer but bad for them lol. I remember 2 month bill was like $134.66 all I had to do was pay like the minimum amount. So Amp'd was always late receiving payments from customers and I'm certain most customers did the exact thing I did. I'm sure this business model didn't please their investors and maybe Verizon wasn't getting payments on time from Amp'd.

    My point is lack of 4g for its MVNO's might turn some people off and they might switch to other MVNO's that offer 4g. Most likely Verizon is banking on brand recognition and assuming for now people will be satisfied enough with a nationwide reliable 3g network. At the end of the day though it makes you think is Verizon's restrictions and unmet contract clauses by the MVNO's we don't know about the main reason we see some of their MVNO's fold.

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  5. Wheres the best place to get a new droid x2

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    1. Brand new X2s are hard to find as the phone has been out of production for a couple of years. Good sources for clean used and refurbished ones include CowBoom, MobileKarma and Ebay sellers chubbiestech, Gazelle-Store, CellularStream

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  6. Has anyone seen if verizon prepaid is releasing any phone remakes for prepaid like they did the lucid and the new galaxy legend. I'd be interested of going from page plus to verizon if they released a decent option besides those two

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    1. The Moto G is supposed to be coming to Verizon Prepaid early next year.

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    2. Where can I find info on that?

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  7. Verizon confirmed the Moto G is coming to prepaid in early 2014 on Twitter

    For more about the Moto G see this Phandroid article.

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  8. Will i be able to keep the $50 per month if i change phones in the future?

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