|Price / 30 days||Voice Minutes||SMS / MMS||Int'l Call Credit||Data 1|
|$45||Unlimited||Unlimited||$20||2GB throttled at 1GB|
|$55||Unlimited||Unlimited||$20||3GB throttled at 2GB|
|$65||Unlimited||Unlimited||$20||unlimited throttled at 3GB|
Plan prices are fairly competitive. Envie's best plan is probably the $25 one. Among Verizon MVNOs, Envie's $25 plan is the least expensive with 500 MB. At $29.95 Page Plus's 500MB plan is $4.95 more expensive. However the Envie and Page Plus plans aren't directly comparable, Page Plus' 500MB plan has more minutes (1200 vs 500) but fewer texts (3000 vs unlimited). The $65 Envie plan is unusual among Verizon MVNOs in that includes unlimited, albeit throttled data.
The Verizon MVNO space has long been dominated by TracFone and PagePlus, which was acquired by Tracfone in January. Locus Communications, H2O's parent company is owned by KDDI, Japan's second largest mobile operator. Envie will hopefully give Tracfone some serious and well funded competition.
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