Compared to other wireless providers, Charge offers data only plans for smartphones without the need to use a separate hotspot device for service. It alleviates from the usual MVNO practice by not offering voice and text packages with the plans they offer as it believes traditional SMS and voice plans are antiquated technology. This wireless provider sits particularly well for Google Voice/Hangouts users who do not have to pay for extra costs typically associated with their service.
As for the plan prices, Charge offers mobile data with a Pay As You Go option with data that never expires. When you sign up with Charge, you won't have to worry about monthly bills or contracts before you are able to use their service. Their prices start at $15 per GB, which they also offer at $13 per GB when you buy 3GB of data or more at a time. You can even tether the data for sharing with laptops and other devices.
Charge works with any Sprint-branded LTE device and CDMA versions of iPhone 5S, 5C, all versions of iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6S and 6S Plus, all iPad models starting with iPad Air 2 and mini 3, and CDMA versions of the iPad mini 2. The company is currently working on adding support for GSM devices in the future.
As part of their introductory rate, they are offering a free GB when you purchase 5 GB of data. You can find out more about this promotion or any other information about Charge by visiting their website. Charge is exceptionally best for light users who don't like paying for a monthly cell phone bill. But if you need large amounts of data at a time, Charge can get pretty expensive.