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Page Plus Dealer Kitty Wireless to Launch Puppy Wireless MVNO

Well known online Page Plus dealer Kitty Wireless has announced that it will be launching a new MVNO called Puppy Wireless. The new service will use the Verizon 3G only network initially with LTE data becoming available at some point.Kitty Wireless will continue to offer Page Plus plans and services in addition to Puppy.

Kitty Wireless will to "soft-launch" the new plans this week and is soliciting current Kitty Wireless customers to test the new service free of charge for a limited time. In return for free service, testers are expected to provide feedback on the new service and customer portal. During the trial the following plans will be offered:

  • $7.95 - 50 minutes, 50 messages, 5 MB of data
  • $9.95 - 150 minutes, 150 messages, 15 MB of data
  • $11.95 - 250 minutes, 250 messages, 25 MB of data
  • $14.95 - 350 minutes, 350 messages, 35 MB of data
  • $19.95 - 300 minutes, 300 messages, 300 MB of data
  • $24.95 - 400 minutes, 400 messages, 400 MB of data
  • $29.95 - 750 minutes, 750 messages, 1 GB of data
  • $29.95 - 1200 minutes, 3000 messages, 500 MB of data
Overages on all the above plans will be 5 cents per minute, message or MB of data.

Puppy Wireless will have a completely new Website that will offer:

  • Online call history, downloadable in Excel format.
  • Online account management that will include the ability to signup for and manage auto pay, switch plans, make payments instantly and do ESN changes.
Puppy Wireless is expected to be available to the general public early in 2015. Going forward Kitty hopes to offer tablet and mobile broadband plans, family plans and plans running on the AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint networks sometime in the first quarter of 2015.

Update 11/6/14: Kitty Wireless' new MVNO has soft launched under the name Puppy Wireless. The Website is online at www.kittywireless.com/puppy/.

Update 11/28/14: Puppy Wireless has soft launched. Anyone can now sign up at www.kittywireless.com/puppy/.

Update 1/16/2015: Puppy Wireless has added several new monthly plans:

$13.00 - 5 Minutes, 2000 Messages, 5mb of data
$22.00 - 5 Minutes, 4000 Messages, 5mb of data
$39.95 - Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Messages, 1GB of data
$55.00 - Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Messages, 3GB of data

There's also a pay as you go plan with rates of  5 cents per minute, message or MB of data. $10 to $50 top ups are good for 120 days. $80 top ups are good for one year. Unused balances expire at the end of the plan period and do not rollover. Update 1/28/15 - The pay as you go plan has been temporarily closed to new activations.

Kitty Wireless recommends using the temporary web site www.kittywireless.com/puppy/ for new Puppy Wireless activations, port-ins and top ups while the kinks in the new mypuppywireless.com site are being worked out.

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  1. Do they finally have an actual customer service phone number customers can call? I'm not signing up with anyone who only offers online support. Forget that jazz!

    AM sucks, but they are established. Some of the plans mirror or closely resemble current pageplus options. Would be a terrible shame if this joint went under. Is it worth the hassle to save a few bucks?

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  2. I certainly hope Kitty wireless actually gets a real website. There current one looks like a kid made it. So hard to follow. Cant believe people would be willing to go to this MVNO with the way everything else is run there. Lots of improvements needed. Lets hope we see them. All she use to say is Page Plus is the best...now its come to my new plans. Geesh

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    1. Yes Kitty's web site it is terrible. You scroll all over and can't find anything. It scared me off.

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    2. While the website is not as polished as you might like. The fact remains that I've been using KW for over 3+ years and have always had A+ service. With no contract required, there's nothing to lose in trying it out IMO.

      29.99 (1200 talk, 3000 text, 500mb) and no contact. Just be willing to bring your own device and understand this service IS FOR people that want to keep as much of their own money as possible and still get great cell service.
      No keeping up with the Kardashian wannabe should use this service.

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    3. The Kitty website works fine as long as you know how to read, and don't have A.D.D. As for looks, there is no accounting for taste.

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  3. I assume tax will be added to these also? Not much on savings. So many other well established choices. She spent months saying how gr8 w at LTE is gonna be, then goes back and offers 3g? Everyone couldn't wait for the LTE. Seems she got some reality check from AM. Needs to just sell other choices.

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  4. I used Page Plus about 2 years ago through Kitty Wireless. Kitty and staff offered excellent customer service and went above and beyond anytime I had an issue. They may have to polish their web site but I wish them well and hope they have success in this endeavor. I know that when AmMo took over Page Plus , Kitty said she would give them every opportunity to prove that the product she was selling was excellent or she would find another avenue. I am guessing that with the closing of the Page Plus Ohio staff, she has decided to try another direction. I hope this really takes off

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  5. BYO Wireless' $20 Plan has 500 Talk, Unlimited Text,250MB of Data using "Big Reds'" 3G.

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  6. Not too amazing to me. None of those plans interest me. I will happily stay with Airvoice on the $10 monthly plan with rollover. Good luck to Kitty though!

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  7. "$29.95 - 750 minutes, 750 messages, 1 GMB of data"

    I assume that "1 GMB" is "1 GB".

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    1. It should have been and now is "1 GB". Thanks.

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  8. Will need a lot better plans then those as a start up. Nothing is enticing enough to switch. Startups fall apart all the time. Lots of people end up losing phone numbers that g hey have had for years. Looked at Kitty website. Wow is that bad. Looking at that, don't think I would go near a plan from them.

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  9. HOFO ID. Grateful4adviceNovember 6, 2014 at 10:22 AM

    Wish Kitty all the best. Integrity counts for more than a pretty website. I think Kitty will enjoy more success if they are able to offer more competitive rate plans.

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    1. It's not that the website isn't pretty. It is so carelessly designed to be frustrating and useless. I had to email the contact there and wait a long time for a response in order to get basic info every other business has known for years to provide on a website.

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  10. And No LTE??? No never for me either. Too much like Straight Talk on Verizon network before 4G and I bet the call quality will be horrible as well. these plans should be more dedicated to people on food stamps without any employment and almost homeless where A phone is about the last priority in life. But for someone wanting higher end service I'd avoid (not to be ugly) I mean the plan may be Okay for lower end phones where 4GLte is not even capable.

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    1. For the homeless there's always Obamaphones.

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    2. She says 4G LTE will be enabled in Dec. or Jan. and prices will stay the same or be very close - and low end plans will be included as LTE-enabled..

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    3. Sounds ugly to me!

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  11. Testing puppywireless right now and so far so good. Not sure who the MVNO operator is behind this but the web portal is very nice. My guess is that this same portal is going to be made available to anyone who wants to stick a brand on it and manage their own customer base.

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    1. The site is similar to that of https://globalinxmobi.co/store/x/? which probably tells a lot.

      Globalinx was originally based on the Simplexity MVNO platform but that may have changed.

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    2. Knew it looked familiar. Look at that, Globalinx even has a contact number right on the home page! Pick some plans, fill out a boiler plate and you got a platform.

      Anyone run a whois on the domain. Puppwireless.com been around since 4/2012.

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  12. What happened to puppywireless.com? Today it redirects to mypuppywireless.com.

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  13. Same Web Platform as Family Talk Wireless and what Cloven was using as well.

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  14. Reall hate to be negative, but this is not an MVNO, and this will fall apart. It is a ponzi scheme "MVNO type" of deal, offered by http://www.wirelessgenesis.com/. Several have launched just like this, and they do not work. The only one who makes any money is http://www.wirelessgenesis.com/

    Unfortuantely, this is a very bad business model and simply cannot be sustained once you look at what it really is. Sad, but best of luck.

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    1. Yep, that is Puppy wireless same site. But according to her she has "Teams of developers working on this" So you now even have to pay a middle man to provide your access. Desperate situation to leave Page Plus. This will not end well.

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  15. More competition is better and I hope this venture thrives. However, I won't be a customer (potential MVNE problems and I want to be able to purchase airtime from my choice of vendors)

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  16. Hard to consider this outfit with all the censorship on their forum. Say anything challenging or negative and it gets deleted immediately. They need to learn to accept criticism. Time for the blinders to come off.

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    1. The forum is just a marketing, PR and focus group tool now, and a way of leveraging customers' help and info to help keep staff to a minimum. Censorship started with the paid mods. Before that it was OK to recommend the best source for service and phones, as long as you did not post links. For the last couple of years the attitude has been: 'it's my business, I am paying for it, and I will not let people steer folks away or complain about TracFone.' A lot of the early concerns have proven valid, especially moving CS offshore.
      I am OK with all of this, but I am not going to spend time posting there like I used to after they "left" HoFo.

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  17. Holy cow, come on! Kitty's been around a while, give her a chance... then, kick her ass!

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  18. Puppy Wireless is using Unified Signal aka Telbill as the MVNE to power there MVNO.

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  19. I don't blame KW for trying to develop alternate product lines. Tracfone will probably squeeze KW (and other dealers) after they have all the intel on her automation that they want. KW tried to sell PINs for other MVNO a few years ago and never got it off the ground before quitting. Now they have more urgency, IMO. They hired more staff and will want to maintain the volume increases, not plateau or decrease sales. Personally, I have noticed an increase in response times from them over the last year with all their growth. I prefer to be able to call and solve issues promptly, like I have with Selectel, AirVoice, Ptel, Consumer, Eco, T-Mobile and Truphone. Email tag is not fun. Neither is all the verbose email spam KW sends, an average of one per week this year. But they are an honest, hard-working small business and there is certainly a place for the innovative services they provide. I hope they can make the new ventures work.

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  20. Puppy Wireless is a wholly owned subsidiary of Kitty Wireless and it is all owned by Kitty. Their enabler, called an MVNE, is what connects all Verizon MVNO companies to Verizon including Page Plus Cellular. Watch her dust. You will be amazed at what is coming.

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  21. Just like Straight Talk, the Puppy Wireless phone will not work in a roaming area.

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  22. It's Verizon, though,right? The one (or one of two) carriers where native coverage is so extensive that it is less of a problem that there is no roaming.

    Unlike with T-Mobile/Sprint, where the coverage is bad unless you have roaming, and even if you get phone/text roaming with(or off) those two, the data roaming is small or none at all.

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    1. Persons considering a Verizon MVNO should check the roaming map first and choose accordingly. Roaming with Straight Talk and Puppy Wireless will see "No Service", Page Plus phone will work at 29 cents per minute, Selectel users will have coverage at no additional charge.

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    2. Very true. But I stopped recommending Selectel because they have fallen way behind: "old fashioned" higher prices, and no 4G. Still, the roaming OFF Verizon on Selectel is very attractive.

      A half year ago, I would have always recommended Selectel over Kitty. I'm beginning to lose faith that Selectel will catch up to how Kitty has improved since then.

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    3. Selectel annual plan still beats most of the new puppy plans. Without any roaming at all, and charging higher prices, it is the puppy that is way behind.

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  23. Dennis,

    The Puppy Wireless link on carrier roll (list of carriers on the right-hand side of all of the pages) is broken.

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    1. I just fixed it. Thanks for letting me know.

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    2. The carrier roll has a few glitches, there are two ROK Mobile links, Aio wireless is gone and I think Millenicom is too.

      Don't get me wrong this is by far my favorite phone news site, but the tables are a bit hard to read, phonenews.com has a table up for GoSmart's new plans and it's much easier to read, I think it's the font and the gray background they use. Would it be possible to change the tables on this site to something similar?
      Thanks.

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    3. No, please do not change. The black text on white background with sharp black lines makes for legibility. Gray backgrounds hide the letters. Black and white is always best for legibility: stay the course.

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    4. I'm not sure it's the gray background but something about the table on phonenews.com makes it easier to read. I'm not sure what it is.

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  24. Dennis,
    You should mention that Puppy has a Pay as you Go plan. This is very attractive for minimal users - especially the data plan rate.

    Puppy Standard Pay As You Go

    NOW available! 5 cents per minute, 5 cents per message, 5 cents per megabyte of data. Flat across the board. $10-$50 cards are good for 120 days, and the $80 card is good for 1 year.

    Our Standard Pay As You Go plan is a use it or lose it type plan. Cash balances do not roll forward into your next replenishment. So, for example:

    If you load $10.00 on 01/01/2014, that is good for 120 days. Then let's say you add another $10 card on 02/01/2014. The first $10 you loaded, if you have anything left from it, will expire "around" 05/01/2014, and the second $10 you loaded, if you have anything left from it, will expire "around" 06/01/2014.

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    1. Not anymore... due to problems she has suspended their PAYGO. She'd rather just put things up live without full testing and worry about problems later, which is a bad business strategy. The only way I'd use Puppy Wireless is if it was a throwaway number that I didn't mind if it was lost. I'd never trust her with the number I've had for 15+ years.

      I actually hoped that she would put out better plans than what is currently available, but just like others have said they're not enticing enough to switch. I understand that you can't give away everything for free but wouldn't the whole point of her endeavor that she pull people away from page plus? Let's put it this way, If my options to buy PINS are either waiting 1-3 days at full price or an instantaneous purchase WITH a discount, where do you think I'm going to buy?


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    2. PayGo is not suspended; a couple hundred people are using it. Temporarily, no new activations while they improve their software. I get a 8%+ Kitty discount, and don't wait 1-3 days.

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    3. Puppy has more plans at different price points and offers more data than PagePlus. Where is the beef?

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    4. Does their pay go plan include LTE?

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    5. Sorry, I should have added that it's not available to NEW customers. But that's still not a good thing to have to pull a product because it wasn't tested thoroughly. And the only reason why you get a discount is because you paid to be in her "club", which right now is at least $100. I only have 1 line which means I'd have to buy at least 2 and a half years of PINs to break even. Right now I get a 10% discount automatically and get the PIN immediately.

      Look, I'm not completely knocking on KW/PW, I know it's not easy to start a prepaid service but it's obvious she is in over her head (I'm sorry but a 3 day delay for service is just unacceptable in my opinion, even in prepaid). She is at least seeing the writing on the wall with being a PagePlus dealer and trying to protect her income stream. When you're no longer making $10K a month just by "giving away" $12 plans it's a huge budget gap.

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    6. OK; no problem. She did announce to everybody that the plans were being made available for testing, so everybody knew they were working out the kinks. Nobody was fooled. Yes, I paid $10 for each of her clubs when they first came out, and I have saved hundreds of dollars. $100 gets you a 10% discount now, I think. The level 1 club for ~8% off was $50 last I checked. Everybody can do their own math and B/E point, or you can try that other service for PagePlus only (not Puppy) and do everything manually which costs some time (do they have autopay/autoload and guarantee to pay for any issues with PagePlus?). KW did extend Pageplus club discounts to Puppy for no extra cost, which is nice. I agree with you about why she is starting Puppy; the Big Squeeze for PP dealers is on. As the biggest Pageplus dealer in the US, KW has the most to lose. Far more than that $10K/month. I wish her luck after 4 years of great service and all the success she earned the hard way, one custoemr at a time. You gotta respect those results.

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    7. Correction: I paid $30 (in 6/10) for the PIN discount club at KW. $10 was the initial price for the unlimited services club (in 5/10). For me, all individual PIN orders from KW have been processed overnight.

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  25. I wish her luck too. I would have gone with Kitty earlier, but went with Selectel instead, because Selectel had a better value on a larger network than Kitty.

    How things have changed. Kitty is now cheaper and is much faster (even if still on a smaller network).

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    1. I tried Selectel for a year, the annual plan. It was good, but I only used the free roaming once. I would have paid 20 or 29c extra per minute on Pageplus for that call on the Verizon extended network (depending on the plan). Network is the same, but you pay extra to use it, just like you do on Verizon Prepaid.

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    2. tried selectel for a month on $30 plan, everything is good until my 500MB data suddenly used up and no usage log to check. back to page plus.

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  26. Perhaps a semantic difference. I consider Selectel to have a larger "native" network than PagePlus, due to it having a larger area that all of the plans cover without an extra charges, or "roaming" difference.

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    1. Yes, I understand. But the free roaming that Selectel provides (via the "Verizon Extended Network") is on Sprint network and other regional operators. The *Verizon* "native network" is identical whether you are using Pageplus, Selectel or Verizon Prepaid. So it is a little tricky, easy to mis-communicate when discussing the Verizon Extended Network.

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  27. If Kitty wants to recover lost revenue they should launch a GSM based service as well, there are a lot more GSM phones around than there are Verizon postpaid phones for Verizon MVNOs to activate. Since Verizon blocks the Verizon phones sold in stores from use on MVNOs and no longer allows non-Verizon phones on their network.

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    1. Kitty agrees with you. Her plan to offer service on AT&T is on hold, at least until she gets her puppies on Verizon and Sprint up and running smoothly.

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  28. Always good with Kitty Wireless. Zero problems for 3 years.
    Going to Puppy now.

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    1. PuppyW is not competitive at all. BYO or Selectel are better options.

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    2. Not so fast - did you even compare? Both Puppy $29.95 plans beat Byo. The 1200 minute, 500mb plan competes closely with Selectel and PagePlus; Byo does not offer at this price. No one competes with Puppy's 750 min./1GB $29.95 plan. The Puppy $14.95 plan beats Selectel, and PagePlus does not compete at this price.

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  29. Total wireless beats them all. 3g only

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  30. To be a MVNO you must comply with cmrs rules period.
    And file form 499-A with the FCC.
    When I search the FCC there is no mention of puppy ,puppy witeless or kittywireless.
    They are not a MVNO they are reselling under some one elses liscence .
    This does not mean cmrs tules do not apply.
    The FCC will Shut this down if they do not file in every state that they may sell service in.

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  31. Kitty Wireless offering free phone for Page Plus when you activate a new phone number on the $55/month plan. Promotion good through Saturday, April 25th or while supplies last.

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    1. Yes, but did you actually check out the 2 free phones? Total garbage! Old android systems that are not able to be updated and have many security vulnerabilities. I would recommend against using one of those phones.

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  32. Puppy Wireless 4G LTE SIMs will be in stock as of this Friday. SIM pictures appeared on the PW Forum today. One SIM will be sent to each PW subscriber as of 4/20/15, then ordering will be opened up to the public. Kitty says it will be crazy and people should expect 7-10 day response times.

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    1. I ordered and KW stated the SIMS should be delivered in 7-10 days. That is the estimated response time.

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  33. 7-10 days response is terrible service! Why would you choose this as your cell provider? They are trying to sell 4g sims and they have not even detailed their 4g plans yet. And everything they do detail is always changing. Most things promised there never really happen. This is going to be one big mess that I would stay away from. Most all other Verizon MVNO's will have 4g any day now also and Pageplus is said to be allowing 4g on their $12 plan very soon!

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    1. Howard Forums Advertiser and forum member Prepay Refill has posted that Selectel has shipped 4 g sims to their dealers as of today. Here is the post:

      "For anyone interested, Selectel 4G sim cards are being shipped out to dealers today. We should have them early next week. We will begin taking preorders for them today. The sim cards cost the dealers $3.00 each.
      Sim cards are taxed if they are shipped out. We are selling the sim cards at cost, plus your choice of shipping.
      Also, I can confirm that Selectel is changing up some of their higher level plans to accomodate users that are higher data users, but the exact details will not be avilable until later next week."

      Link to preorder https://www.prepayrefill.com/product/selectel-4g-lte-sim-card/

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    2. Correct! It is already a mess. There is no 4g launch on puppy today as promised. They are simply selling 4g sims with the understanding that you not expect to be able to activate them as soon as you receive them. So there is no known date yet for actually having 4g on puppy. All this noise and gloating on her forum by kitty and she is no further ahead than Selectel in launching 4g. Actually it would be a safe bet that Selectel launches first!

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    3. From the Prepay Refill link above:
      "Selectel Wireless is just about to launch for 4G LTE service. You must have a Verizon 4G LTE decive (sic) in order to use a Selectel 4G LTE sim card. Please note that as of right this second, Selectel does not have 4G LTE. They will be offering this in the next week or two. If you get your sim card, please be aware that you might not be able to use their 4G service as soon as you get the SIM card, and you might have to wait a day or two.
      We do not yet know, what plans Selectel will be offering 4G LTE service on. Right now, you should assume that the 4G service will only be allowed on the $30 plan and higher.
      Dealers do not yet have sim cards and if you order a Selectel 4G LTE sim card, you are doing a preorder. We will have them in stock early next week and will ship them out as soon as we get them."
      How is this a better rollout than KW's? This pin dealer is pre-selling items that are not in stock, for a service and plans that have not even been mentioned by the carrier, with no price guidance whatsoever.

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  34. Since Puppy Wireless has not gotten all the kinks out of their 4G system, there is no incentive to jump on board. Kitty has not determined the launch date and hasn't determined the final 4G prices. Too many unanswered questions for me. I'm done with Kitty. The love is gone.

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    1. You don't know Kitty and never really loved KW if you gave up that easily. Kitty always gives early info. She always works her tail off to get her systems working just right, and makes it right for her customers. Just the opposite of all the tracfone companies, now including Pageplus. Incentive? Save $8 on 2 sims by ordering the first week like I did, and support an American company and jobs (if you care). Wait to start until the end of the month when plans are listed ("no more than $3 extra, with more resources included"). Wait a little longer if you still don't trust KW after 5 years of stellar performance.

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    2. I recommend waiting a little bit. Most of the Verizon MVNOs should get LTE soon. Wait until they do and see which one has the best deal for you.

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    3. Kitty announced today that: 1. 4G plans will be priced from $5/month; 2. She will offer something really special with 4G plans that other MVNOs will not; and 3. You will be able to get a 11% discount or a 25% discount on plans by prepaying 6 or 12 months.

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    4. Ya Ya and she was going to have something really special for the customers on page plus that stuck with her when she started charging $3.00 shipping charge on all plans. FAILED TO DELIVER
      Oh and don't you love Kitty's new website had a whole team of developers on that one than fired them and hired a national known company to complete it.
      FAILED TO DELIVER

      I am not to get in to all there promises they are mostly bs wrapped in half truths.

      Is 4g even truly launched all I read is problems in all areas
      I have not seen a official launch and zero on Kitty Wireless . com


      I will give them credit they could sell ice to the Eskimo's and slip in a shipping charge.

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  35. So how much of this came true?
    I think it may be none of it so why announce it.


    Kitty announced today that: 1. 4G plans will be priced from $5/month; 2. She will offer something really special with 4G plans that other MVNOs will not; and 3. You will be able to get a 11% discount or a 25% discount on plans by prepaying 6 or 12 months.

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  36. Kitty quote of the day:

    "Then we have to raise prices drastically to hire more staff. You can't have the lowest prices, 100% american support, 24 hour or less response times.

    Or I need to outsource like TF does to India."

    I guess we are to expect response times of longer than 24 hours from here on out. No way to take that out of context. And to think just last week she was boasting about being able to get response times down to 15 minutes.

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    1. Well, notwithstanding all the posturing about 100% American customer service (and all the borderline-jingoistic commentary that it sometimes elicited), it was announced yesterday on their forum that Kitty Wireless's Page Plus CS is going to be outsourced, as a cost-cutting measure. (Not the Puppy Wireless, just the PagePlus.) The usual chorus of "you go, girlfriend" followed.

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  37. Bad news at blackrock! I purchased SIM cards , had great difficulty with the web maze only to told i had to buy two new puppy cards even before any service was obtained. Too difficult to deal with and unwavering in communications.
    Take your business elsewhere!

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  38. Their arrogant attitude is doomed. $29 unlimited sprint + verizon network.
    http://www.helio.com/

    OP, please give us more detail about Helio. It looks like very nice deal with verizon roaming.

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  39. Another good one for verizon:

    https://www.expomobile.com/expoaws/index.aspx

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    1. How is this a good one? $50 for 2GB of data?! I'm getting 5GB for the same price on Net10.

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    2. The Expo PayGo plan for Vzw can't be beat, IMO. They may be throttling it to fairly low 3G speeds, however.

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  40. http://www.marketwired.com/press-release/unified-signal-inc-acquires-2-mvnos-1st-quarter-is-looking-additional-acquisitions-otcqb-unsi-2126297.htm
    "Puppy Wireless' Chief Executive Officer, Shawn White, stated, "We are very excited about the Unified Signal customer acquisition. They have done an amazing job over the years as our systems integrator and now to be able to actually join the Unified Signal team and further profit from their success and ours was a great opportunity. Our team fit right in with their corporate culture of making sure the customer comes first and our team adds a great deal of experience managing MVNOs which is being put to good use as we acquire more and more MVNOs over the next couple of years."

    Dale

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