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Straight Talk Now Offers a $55 Monthly Plan With 10GB of Data

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Straight Talk has just announced a newly improved prepaid plan lineup fully suited for those considering switching to their network. Starting now, customers may opt for the newly added $55 monthly plan which comes with 10GB of high speed data, unlimited talk and text. This $55 monthly plan comes as a choice competitive enough to level with options offered by other carriers.

With the addition of this new plan, Straight Talk's prepaid plan lineup is now:

  • $30 Monthly Plan - comes with 1,500 voice minutes, unlimited texts, and 100MB of data. Enrolling in auto pay will earn 50% more data each month
  • $45 Monthly Plan - comes with unlimited talk, text and data with first 5GB at high-speeds
  • $55 Monthly Plan - comes with unlimited talk, text and data with first 10GB at high-speeds
  • $60 Monthly International Plan - comes with unlimited talk, text and data with first 5GB at high-speeds plus unlimited mobile-to-mobile calling to Mexico, Canada, India and China, unlimited calls to select international landline destinations. 
Once the high speed data allotment has been used up, the data speed is throttled to 2G or about 64Kbps.


Source: Straight Talk

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  1. For 5 dollars you can get MetroPCS 60 unlimated everything and no tax.

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    1. And MetroPCS is pretty hard to beat. I'm a satisfied customer too.

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    2. metro is silly, they claim to not throttle but there speeds are throttled all the time, I run an mvno shop and tmobile network speeds are always slower then boost cricket and verizon. I am getting 5 bars of service right under tmobile LTE tower. I also sell tmobile so Im not just saying it to be a hater, i am providing an honest opinion, I would say if you leave near a boost lte tower then use boost unlimited, if not go with straight talk for 10gb on atat or verizon, best option

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    3. I finally found an independent MVNO shop I will do business with. Why? The owner refuses to sell any America Movil owned brand. Give him a AM branded plan that suits your isage patterns and he will do his dammedest to get you as good or better on a non AM MVNO.

      Any businessman with enough ethics to forego some profit to steer customers clear of the shysters that are AM shows me that they truly do put the customer's best interests first.

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    4. I'am getting 60 down on Metropcs so I don''t know what are you talking About. My speed on Metropcs is not throttle at all.

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    5. For the same $55 (w/ AutoPay) you can get Boost Unlimited data plan (Sprint)
      Data is the new important factor in plans, everyone includes unlimited talk and text.....big whoop.

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    6. Metro is only good on there on bought phones if you want to have a hotspot. If BYOD you will not be able to use the hotspot feature. Look it up several have had this issue.

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    7. Metro PCS sucks. They only give you 1gb of high speed.

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    8. MetroPCS' $60 plan includes unlimited high speed data.

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  2. can not use your phone as a hotspot with Straight talk

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    1. tethering is simple use xda search and jsut do it your self

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    2. Funny, I do exactly that almost every day to get internet on my wifi tablet on my lunch breaks. Maybe they disable it on their own branded phones but I've always bought my own unlocked handsets.

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  3. Net10 Wireless also changed their monthly plans on the high end. $60 for 7 GB and $75 for 10 GB. No Auto-Refill discounts for Straight Talks' or Net10 Wireless' plans for right now.

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    1. Straight talk does gives a $2.50 discount for auto refills, don't know when they actually started, but I think it is 3 month intervals,I got it, and was offered to continue. May not sound like much, but every lil bit helps.

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  4. 30$ plan is not et all competitive... Not sure why can't straight talk give 20$ plan with utl and 500mb data?..

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    1. Why should they? The only operators that that offer unlimited t&T and 500 MB for $20 or less are Sprint MVNOs Republic and RingPlus.

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    2. Ring+ I can see. The thought of Republic causes involuntary fright reflexes.

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  5. @Dennis Bournique
    Dennis, for Verizon MVNOs, which one you think is better considering call quality and data amount, $30 or below.
    I am thinking about envie mobile ($25) and Page Plus ($30),or do you have other recommendation?

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    1. All Verizon based operators are going to have the same call quality.

      I'd choose Selectel over either PagePlus or Envie, both of which have very poor support.

      If you only care about price Envie is $5/month cheaper than PagePlus or Selectel for 1 GB.

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    2. Envie is an H20Wireless service/brand. I have been a customer of the latter for two years, their customer service is no worse than any other mono. Billing has been accurate and they competently met my needs when I started up with them. Once one is underway, how much service do we need? I'll bet most people don't connect their mvno customer service more than once or twice a year, if at all.

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  6. Does Straight Talk still throttle your data if you use too much in a day?

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  7. @Dennis
    Which plan would you say is better, Straight Talk's 10GB plan or Cricket's?

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    1. Cricket. There's too much drama with Straight Talk.

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    2. Straight Talk does verizon and at&t. Also roams some on at&t. Cricket only does gophone coverage.

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    3. Isn't GoPhone coverage AT&T coverage? What's the difference?

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    4. straight talk hands down where i live. it works well in areas with minimal towers and the country and wooded areas. no hidden fees at all. always 45 a month wiht 5GB high speed. and i am gonna happily switch to the 10GB asap.

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  8. The thing I like about straight talk is the fact you can basically switch to what network works best if you happen to move or whatever, I found this advantage when I moved from an excellent at&t area to a Verizon only area but still had 7 months of service in my account balance, I didn't have to switch companies, I just bought a Verizon powered phone , no plan or number change, so straight talk isn't all bad!

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  9. Verizon ST 60 for 10GB?!

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    1. U can get unlimited everything for 50dollars month thru boost new plan.

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  10. I think Red Pocket has a Verizon plan with 200 or 300 minutes, unlimited text and 1gb for under $20. VOIP could make up for the low minutes.

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  11. Straight talk is great but you can't use it for hit spot we pay for the data we should be able to use it as we want

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  12. Everyone talking about metro pcs and boost etc.... Are crazy straight talk utilizes all networks depending on the device you bring. So if you have an AT&T or Verizon phone you get to use that network l. I'm typing this right now on an AT&T iPhone 5s using the AT&T 4g LTE network for half the price of what it would be on AT&T with a contract I know this for a fact I have the 55 10gb of 4g LTE data unlimited talk and text straight plan which I switched from AT&T 450 minutes with rollover unlimited text and 5gb of data and it was roughly 120 a month. Straight talk is literally the best deal in wireless. Only disadvantage is you have to buy your own phone but with the money you save in a year you can buy a new phone easily especially like a refurb iPhone on Walmart dot com or buy a used one on eBay or craigslist. It was a no brainier for me I have the best network in my area for have what I paid with a contract for that network. Straight talk and all the other tracfone MVNOs are by far the best. Hope this is helpful to someone. Avoid sprint/boost and all their MVNOs and the same for t-mobile and their MVNOs they coverage and data speeds and talk signal suck trust me I've used them all in my areas (mid-Michigan and Louisville, ky) and AT&T is by far the best and using the AT&T network straight talk is an awesome deal best you can get I guarantee it.

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  13. I was with att paying a arm and leg for 10 gigs. $55 with 10gigs is AMAZING!! I live in a very rural area and straight talk is pretty much my only option other than att. I have great service anywhere!

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  14. I'm switching to the $55 plan straight talk.... Love it love it love it....

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  15. I've been a straight talk customer since their beginning. I live 7 miles south of the I44 which I where most other companies towers reside. At&t is the only service that I can get that reaches me....but even then it's only 2 bars at most. ST's new $55 10 gig plan is a sure bet and I will use it until they come up with a new plan....also you can buy Att phones at Walmart and use them on straight talk. You just have to change the APN settings to get on the net. I use a $30 Lumia 640 that does everything a more expensive phone does....when you bring your own phone to ST they register the SIM card and not the phone so switching brands is easy!!

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  16. I'm not tied to any particular phone company what I want to be able to do us use my phone where ever I go. I refuse to pay more than $50/$60 it a freaking phone people. I was with Sprint and you can never just read your bill without having a PhD. I was with MetroPC and it wouldn't work when I went to my parents house or even in that area. I'm with straight talk and never do I have a coverage issue or a billing issue simple phone for a simple price.

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