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TextNow has Ended Its $9.99 Short Plan Promo

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If you're trying to look for the new low cost plan TextNow Wireless announced last week, you won't find it on their website anymore. As confirmed by TextNow support, the $9.99 monthly low cost plan has expired last May 28. This means you'll no longer find the $9.99 per month plan available as part of TextNow's prepaid plan options.

The $9.99 plan was available for a limited time period only. It included unlimited calling and texting to US and Canada, as well as 100 MB of 3G, 4G data. Now that the plan has been discontinued, TextNow's prepaid plans have returned to normal:
  • $18.99 Tall Plan - includes unlimited calling and texting to US and Canada; 500 MB of 3G, 4G data
  • $26.99 Grande Plan - includes unlimited calling and texting to US and Canada; 1 GB of 3G, 4G data
  • $39.99 Venti Plan - includes unlimited calling and texting to US and Canada; 2 GB of 3G, 4G data
  • $59.99 Quattro Plan - includes unlimited calling and texting to US and Canada; 4 GB of 3G, 4G data
While the $9.99 Short Plan is no longer available, there's still time for you to enjoy TextNow's Memorial Weekend Sale for a few hours. You can buy a certified pre-owned Motorola Moto E for only $4.99 during this sale period. Other devices are up for grabs so make sure you check out their website now.


Source: TextNow

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  1. I think starbucks might complain about the names of those plans

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    1. And they would misspell your name when you signed up with it, to complete the Starbucks experience.

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  2. Nextplus is still $10 for unlimited VOIP on T-mo.

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  3. Would like to see a listing of MVNOs
    that support WiFi talk and text.

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    1. I don't think any MVNOs support carrier grade WiFi Calling (UMA aka GAN).

      T-Mobile Prepaid and MetroPCS both support WiFi calling. AT&T, Sprint and Verizon support it on postpaid only, AFAIK.

      You can of course call and text over WiFi using an VOIP/OTT app like Hangouts or TextNow on any device that has such an app available.

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  4. Dennis what do you think about Next plus? I had never heard about it until reading this post.

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