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Net10 Wireless Now Offers Double Data for the Same Price

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Net10 Wireless is following on the footsteps of its rival networks. Announced earlier, Net10 has given the go signal to offer more data for their valued customers. Before the announcement, subscribers only had 1.5 GB of data available to them under the $40 plan. But now that the plan has been changed, customers can enjoy 3 GB of data for the same price.

The change to the plan now makes it unlimited talk, text and data for the first 3 GB up to 4G LTE speed. Once the allotted 3 GB is consumed, the speed is throttled to 2G.

Other plan options available from Net10 Wireless are:
  • $35 Monthly Plan: Includes unlimited talk, text and first 500 MB data
  • $40 Monthly Plan: Includes unlimited talk, text and first 3 GB data
  • $50 Monthly Plan: Includes unlimited talk, text and first 5 GB data (now comes with auto-refill offer)
  • $60 Monthly Plan: Includes unlimited talk, text and first 7 GB data
  • $75 Monthly Plan: Includes unlimited talk, text and first 10 GB data

Apart from the double data on the $40 monthly plan, Net10 has an Auto-Refill offer available for the $50 monthly plan. What this means is that when you enroll in Auto-Refill, you'll be able to get $7.50 off for the next three months. The offer is valid from May 4-June 30 only. 

Get to know more about these new changes by visiting the Net10 Wireless website.


Source: Net10 Wireless

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  1. Customer service SUCKS!!! They don't allow tethering (mobile hot spot) and if I didn't know any better I could swear that they throttle their data (ATT network). That's why I switched to Att's GoPhone plan. Good ridden

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  2. None of those price points are attractive.

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    1. I wouldn't pay no 75.00 for 10 Gigs of data ! When I can go to straight talk and get 10 gigs for $55

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  3. Just go read the comments re CS in the threads of the other America Movil / Trackphone brands that have also recently announced similar data increases (Page Plus etc.).

    You have been warned, stay away, don't do it.

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  4. Some pretty telling comments here
    http://www.prepaidphonenews.com/2016/05/page-plus-doubles-data-on-3995-plan.html?m=1
    Also check out the Total wireless article comments and for a final perspective on why Movil is dangling this carrot across many of their brands check out the piece re how Movil lost 458,000 customers last quarter alone.

    People are wising up re Movil, when they do or when current customers experience Movil's "CS" they don't go there or they flee, lesson learned.

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  5. Cricket has to increase its basic plan to 3gb.

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    1. Cricket now has to increase its Basic plan to 5GB to compete with Walmarts' Total Wireless' NOW 4G LTE(Nationwide Coverage on America's Most Reliable Network) $35 plan which has 5GB.

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    2. Really? They have to?

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    3. U.S. consumers on average chewed through around 2.5 GB of cellular data per month in the first quarter Q1 2015, up from an average of 2 GB per month at the end of 2014. That is an increase of 20% Quarter to Quarter. A year later at the 20% rate one might assume the average user is using 3.5 GB now. The average user is predicted to use a little more than 11 GB of data in 2019. 5 GB is the "new minimum" needed in todays and for the very short-term(through Q3 2017) for data usage.

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  6. Cricket won't until they lose some of their market share. They were the first to the game of really good plans. Now the big boys realize how crappy their plans are and are making changes to compete. Then the MVNO's follow suit. Maybe Cricket makes a change but not right now.

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    1. Cricket probably won't need to budge for a while.

      They have better overall coverage than TMO and Sprint, significant discounts, subsidized phones that they'll unlock for free after a few months, and even attractively priced group plans.

      Their data may be throttled, but in order to compete you'd still need to offer at least 2.5GB of unthrottled data with unlimited TnT for only $15 on T-mobile in order to compensate for poorer reception, higher device prices and (if your phone doesn't support VoLTE on band 12) potentially gimped LTE coverage.

      Ironically, TMO's CDMA style band 12 whitelist is the best thing Cricket has going for it.

      Where as Verizon's poor pricing and Sprint's craptastic 3G are both fatal flaws, T-mo would actually be a contender if they weren't too busy building their walled garden.

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    2. T-Mobile competes and wins against Cricket. 807,000 new prepaid subscribers last quarter vs 500,000 for AT&T. 61%+ more new business for T-Mobile.
      The market has spoken, and most customers prefer T-Mobile prepaid brands.
      After 3 years of competition, MetroPCS still has twice as many customers as Cricket.

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    3. TMO's network is still much worse than the one Cricket is on, which is AT&T.

      If you look at the entire market and facts, people choose the AT&T network twice as much as they choose T-Mobile. Good networks win, bad networks lose.

      Two-thirds of customers choose the truly national networks of AT&T and Verizon, while one-third choose minor, regional (uncarrier, not real carrier) networks all combined (a total which includes Sprint, T-Mobile, and US Cellular).

      Cricket's 8mbps max in most of the US is much faster than the 0mbps that MetroPCS provides in most places.

      Cricket's only prepaid competition is Go Phone or something Verizon based if you actually want to use a mobile phone and not worry much about coverage maps.

      Bad-network options like Boost and MetroPCS are a huge step down. They will work in some places, but be careful.

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    4. If you also look at postpaid phone customer results for Q1 2016, the most profitable type of customers:
      T-Mobile gained 877,000 postpaid phone net add customers.
      Verizon lost 8,000 postpaid phone customers. AT&T bled 215,000 postpaid phone customers.
      T-Mobile won 98% of postpaid phone customer additions, and has the momentum. They are competing and winning virtually all new postpaid phone customers. Their improved network is a big driver in this.

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    5. The overall stats may favor T-mobile, but they ultimately ignore the fact that mainstream subscribers and "hobbyists" exist in two separate markets where the criteria for "winning" are significantly different.

      For the latter, winning a popularity contest isn't a real measure of value.

      What matters to real prepaid mongers is which carrier meets their needs for the lowest price.

      That's basically who Cricket's "come hither" promos cater to, even if less informed, low-standard customers flock elsewhere.

      What's more, if having better prices, cheaper devices and greater coverage still isn't enough, the only thing Cricket may be pressured to improve is their marketing department.

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    6. "T-Mobile won 98% of postpaid phone customer additions, and has the momentum. They are competing and winning virtually all new postpaid phone customers. Their improved network is a big driver in this."

      That is pure and false ad copy.

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    7. "What's more, if having better prices, cheaper devices and greater coverage still isn't enough, the only thing Cricket may be pressured to improve is their marketing department."

      They would do well to point out that Cricket has excellent coverage in the vast majority of US states, while MetroPCS has excellent coverage in just a few states.

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    8. Anonymous said: "If you also look at postpaid phone customer results for Q1 2016, the most profitable type of customers..."

      If you look at the postpaid phone customer results for Q1 2016, T-Mobile is just a footnote. AT&T and Verizon EACH have twice as many customers.

      "Momentum" is pure imagination: just ask the Joe Lieberman presidential campaign. All the cooked stats can't cover the fast that even now, people choose better networks over T-Mobile 4 to 1.

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  7. The big fish are eating the little fish.

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  8. This big fish is rotten to the core and may find it is fish food sooner than it knows.

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  9. A new Galaxy SIII for $99.99, $35 5 GB plan and Verizon coverage make Total Wireless a good deal for the average consumer.

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    1. For a mobile phone, yes. Total uses the best network, period.

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    2. Verizon has the best network in some places but certainly not everywhere.

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    3. Not everywhere, of course. But the best in most places. The one with the least coverage-map worries.

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    4. You can get on the VZ network without having to stop to a Movil owned brand.

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    5. That would be stoop not "stop" above

      silly auto-co-wrong

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  10. I like having options on truly national carriers like this. Even if it from Movil. I'm not going back to any of the tiny "fly-by-nights", not even the vaunted Selectel, after what happened with PTel.

    The huge companies, "American Movil" included, aren't likely to vanish without news of it being known months in advance.

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    1. A Movil owned MVNO is only an option if you are OK with being ignored and NEVER getting a satisfactory resolution (more likely no resolution) if you ever have an issue/problem with your service and /or billing.

      Please be clear Movil is not a "national carrier" in the USA, it is an MVNO, just like all the others, reselling service on the primary national networks towers.

      America Movil's many "brands" individually and combined comprise a big number of subscribers compared to most other MVNO but then it should not be ignored that Movil subscribers have been wising up and fleeing in droves the last few quarters, almost 460,000 subscriber drop last quarter alone, thus the dangling of the more data "carrot" they have rolled out across many of their brands (not tracphone though).

      Don't let the carrot lure you in. If you currently have a Movil brand are not dissatisfied/looking to flee and decide to stay with them just know that you will never get any useful resolution if you ever have a real issue.

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  11. Verizon prepaid's $60/month plan with 6GB of data. Att's Gophone $60/month unlimited plan with 5GB of LTE data wirh rollover.With these 2 you can't go wrong. Unthrottled LTE data and Great service.

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