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New Airvoice $20/Month Unlimited Talk and Messaging 100 MB Plan Now Available

AT&T MVNO Airvoice Wireless (888-944-2355) unveiled a new $20 unlimited talk, text and MMS plan yesterday.  I believe this is currently the least expensive AT&T based unlimited talk and text plan from any operator or MVNO.

The plan also includes unlimited international text messaging and 100 MB of data, with the first 50 MB at high speeds and the rest throttled to around 128 Kbps.

Also new at Airvoice is a $5, 5 day plan with unlimited talk, MMS and text, including international texts, 25 MB of data with the first 12.5 MB at high speed.

The Airvoice website has finally been updated with to show the the increased data added to the $30 and $50 plans last month. As expected, the old $40 1 GB and $60 3 GB plans have been discontinued.

The table below lists all of Airvoice's current plans:

NamePrice VoiceText/MMSData
Pay As You Go$10/90 days10¢/min10¢/10¢6.6¢/MB
$10 Talk & Text$10/30 days4¢/min2¢/10¢6.6¢/MB
$5 Unlimited$5/5 daysunlimitedunlimited25 MB 2
$20 Unlimited$20/30 daysunlimitedunlimited100 MB 2
$30 Unlimited$30/30 daysunlimited 1unlimited1 GB 2
$50 Unlimited$50/30 daysunlimited 1unlimited5 GB 2
1 includes international calling to landlines in 70+ countries
2 first half of data at high speeds, second half throttled to approximately 128 Kbps. Additional high speed data is available at 2.5¢/MB by adding a $10 Cash Card. Unused cash card balances never expire as long as the account remains active and the monthly plan isn't allowed to lapse

Airvoice uses the AT&T native network. Roaming and LTE are not available. Customer support is US based and has a reputation for courteous and effective handling of issues.

Related posts:
Prepaid Operator Profile - Airvoice Wireless
AT&T and AT&T MVNO Prepaid Plans Compared

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  1. Looks like a great alternative to Cricket on the low end: for someone who wants to pay less and uses less data. Still has great coverage.

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  2. Nice alternative to PTel's $20 plan but on ATT instead of TMo.

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    1. not just ptel, ultra , Lyca, cricket all have to come up with new rates....

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    2. This is what I have been waiting for!!!! Airvoice read my mind! Thanks!!!!!

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  3. "The plan also includes unlimited international text messaging and 100 MB of data, with the first 50 MB at high speeds and the rest throttled to around 128 Kbps."

    Where are you reading this? I can't find any mention of exact speeds on Airvoice's website, only the mention of "reduced" speeds.

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    1. That's how fast reduced speeds are.

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    2. 128 Kbps is pretty much the industry standard throttled speed. I've seen no evidence that Airvoice is any different.

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    3. I ask because, as an example, Red Pocket advertises "reduced speeds" on their $30 GSMA plan and $20 CMDA plan, but posts on Howard Forums on those plans show speedtests more comparable to what you would expect to get for 3G speeds.

      You may be right, though. I guess we won't know for sure until people try it.

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  4. I've been waiting for this to happen. I'm on ptel (which i love) but the coverage on airvoice is considerably larger (at least in my neck of the woods)!

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    1. Don"t forget the added value of the 5% CallingMart Discount codes and 1% Rewards with CM compared to PTel.

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  5. Calling mart doesn't have the new $20 monthly plan yet for airvoice wireless :(

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  6. Obligatory Cricket comment: if you can join with 5 people you can get 2500mb LTE data for $20.

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  7. Are taxes and fees included or extra?

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    1. No taxes (except for MI residents), no other hidden fees, surcharges or other foolishness. You can avoid the taxes (and get the discount) once callingmart.com updates their refills to reflect the new airvoice plan.

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  8. Hey Yeswap does Airvoice use a proxy? If so, is it reliable and/or slow?

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    1. All operators use proxies to connect the private cellular network to the public internet. I haven't heard any complains about Airvoice rreliability or speed on monthly plans. Data on the PayGo plans used to be throttled to about 1 Mbps. It may still be, I haven't seen any recent speedtests on PayGo.

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  9. AirVoice Wireless: No taxes except state sales tax for Michigan residents only.

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  10. Only 3G, no 4G LTE?

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    1. No LTE but 4G HSPA+ is available on Airvoice.

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    2. Plan switch to AV from H2O

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  11. That's a good deal!

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  12. I'm on Puppy right now, but this deal might make me jump ship.

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  13. what kind of data speed do you get on Airvoice monthly plans vs H20 monthly plans?

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  14. I'm betting H2O and Cricket will match.

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  15. does this include MMS? do mms messages count toward the 100 mb data allotment?

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  16. MMS is unlimited.

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  17. Do you still have to contact CS to get your other 1/2 of data?

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  18. I eventually got my $19 - 100MB LTE plan on T-Mobile via Lycamobile.com to work both iMessage & MMS fine "with the proper settings" using my AT&T iPhone 6S.

    I know is AT&T & that AirVoice doesn't give LTE which just eats more battery anyway. Doesn't anyone have an iPhone 6S with both iMessage & MMS working on AirVoice?

    If so:

    1. Which AirVoice plan do you have?

    2. What data & MMS settings are in your phone?

    3. Which carrier of iPhone 6S do you have? AT&T, SIM-free/unlocked, etc?

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  19. The biggest drawback or catch about airvoice is no MMS with iPhones.

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    1. That's true...any AT&T mvno that is not an apple partner will require Jailbreaking in order to get MMS working.

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  20. Does MMS count against allotment? CS says no. 1 person prior with someone responding not directly. Anyone with evidence?

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  21. Airvoice apparently now has LTE:

    http://www.howardforums.com/showthread.php/1886531-Air-Voice-finally-gets-lte-on-the-downlow

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