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H2O Wireless to Increase Data on Monthly Unlimited Plans Starting July 1st

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H2O Wireless earlier sent out a message to its dealers informing them of upcoming plan changes. Starting July 1, H2O data on the $40, $50 and $60 plans will be increased.

As of this writing, their Monthly Unlimited plans include:

  • $30 Monthly Unlimited Plan - unlimited talk & text, unlimited international talk to over 50 countries, unlimited international text, $10 international talk credit, and up to 500 MB of data
  • $35 Monthly Unlimited Plan - unlimited talk & text, unlimited international talk to over 50 countries, unlimited international text, $10 international talk credit, and 500 MB of data
  • $40 Monthly Unlimited Plan - unlimited talk & text, unlimited international talk to over 50 countries, unlimited international text, $20 international talk credit, and 1 GB of data 
  • $50 Monthly Unlimited Plan - unlimited talk & text, unlimited international talk to over 50 countries, unlimited international text, $20 international talk credit, and 2 GB of data
  • $60 Monthly Unlimited Plan - unlimited talk & text, unlimited international talk to over 50 countries, unlimited international text, $20 international talk credit, and 3 GB of data

When the new changes take place, the data allotment will be:


  • $30 Monthly Unlimited Plan - (no change)
  • $35 Monthly Unlimited Plan - (no change)
  • $40 Monthly Unlimited Plan - 1 GB of data to 3 GB of data
  • $50 Monthly Unlimited Plan - 2 GB of data to 4 GB of data
  • $60 Monthly Unlimited Plan - 3 GB of data to 4.5 GB of data

More information on this will be posted as soon as an official statement is released. 

Update: the new H2O plans went into effect July 1 as expected.

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  1. $60 plan should have included 5GB not 4.5GB smh

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    1. Thank You!!!!, Great Service but Customer Service SUCKS!

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  2. Very uncompetitive

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  3. The email that I received says 4.5GB NOT 5GB.

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  4. Cricket has to match

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  5. Does h2o allow tethering ?

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    1. It is against their terms of service, but I don't know how strictly they enforce that.

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  6. This is a step in the right direction.

    Unfortunately for H2O, the carrier is also competing.

    And because they control the tap, there's almost no way a reseller can win against the distributor without value added services like perks, rewards, subsidies or discounts.

    Good customer service alone isn't enough, at least not for DIY types.

    With that said, I'll stick with Cricket.

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    1. "With that said, I'll stick with Cricket."

      Or if one wants a better version of the non-roaming AT&T network, but can put up with less data for the price, why not go with Gophone instead of this?

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    2. I agree, and GoPhone has some roaming now, too. Of course those chirpies have to cling to their crippled crickets networks, missing out on the speedy, reliable mobile data that H20 and GoPhone offer.

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    3. Call me a chirpie. GoPhone's newer deals look a little more tempting, though.

      However, as long as Cricket's throttled speeds let me do anything I want (including stream video) and they have a lot more data than GoPhone for the price, I will stick with Cricket.

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    4. You are one cheap chirpy. For $1 you could dump the crippling throttle and flakey proxy servers and junk fees, and get 20% more data every month with H20. But you turn that down.

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    5. "For $1 you could dump the crippling throttle and flakey proxy servers and junk fees, and get 20% more data every month with H20"
      Unless you are using an Iphone which will not have working MMS with H2O but will work with Cricket. I made that mistake once and had to jailbreak my Iphone. Don't get me wrong, I love H2o but it also has its limitations when it comes the Iphone/MMS. There are only a handful MVNO's that will work right off the bat for MMS and Cricket is one of them.

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    6. "For $1 you could dump the crippling throttle and flakey proxy servers and junk fees, and get 20% more data every month with H20. But you turn that down."

      I've never paid any junk fees with Cricket... but yet again, I'm not a deadbeat. But I understand... it would appear you are not responsible with your money and don't pay your bills. So Cricket might not be for you. They aren't too kind to those who expect free service.

      H2O data also costs a lot more. I'd lose a TON of data or pay a LOT more. Basically, if I went from Cricket to H2O, I'd pay MORE $$$ for one-third of the data I get now. You have your facts wrong if you say that I'd get more data with H2O: I'd get only a fraction.

      Nor is Cricket high-speed data "crippled". It lets me watch Netflix, Youtube, and HBO with ease. If I ask you what it won't let me do, I am sure I will get crickets. You have no examples.

      Besides, H2O is a risky fly-by-night MVNO. If I switched to it, chances are it would shut down with less than 4 days notice and take my number and thankfully only on month worth of payment with it.

      If I became dissatisfied with with Cricket and wanted to put up with a more solid version of AT&T with a only a fraction of the data for the price, I would go with GoPhone. GoPhone is part of AT&T: you can't get more rock solid than Ma Bell. Certainly NOT with a risky fly-by-night like H2O.

      Call me cheap chirpy. but I won't throw my money AND number away one one of this Mr Haney companies.

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    7. H2O is not a fly-by-night MVNO. They have been around since 1998?(check carrier profile). If is obvious you are part of the Cricket defense force.

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  7. Solid deal when factoring in their 10% autopay discount. $36 for 3GB of LTE

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    1. Is that $36 to include any taxes?

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  8. Correct. Cricket is only 2.5gb for $35 with autopay

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    1. It's $20 on a group plan once you use up $75-$125 in porting/referral credits.

      There's also the heavily subsidized phones.

      You're also guaranteed to get compensation for network outages.

      H2O would need a 50% autopay discount to even throw they're hat in the ring.

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  9. It is what it is. Intl on H20 might be stronger and data is faster but Cricket gives more raw data for the money. Take your pick.

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  10. Does anyone know the LTE speed of H2O Wireless ? Do they cap at 8mbps like Cricket Wireless ?

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    1. No throttled LTE speed with H20. After high speed is used up, 128 kbps unlimited.

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  11. Is there a rollover of data for $36 plan ( 10% autopay discount)for 3GB of LTE in H2O wireless ?

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    1. Yes their rollover data (UP TO 10GB) is called "DATA ROLL" and is included with ALL h2o Monthly Unlimited Plans.

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  12. Nice changes. H20 is probably the best mvno I have used. Now if they could make some changes to their lower tier plans that would be great.

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  13. TPO wireless (if t-mobile service is good in your area) prices are very competetive..

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    1. i checked this TPO. H2O giving the 50+ countries unlimited international calling for all monthly plans. still cant beat H2O price i guess

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    2. TPO does charge taxes and fees...my $25.00 plan would have been 34.00 with 9.00 dollars in taxes for my location.

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  14. With 5 lines at Cricket its $100 a month, $20 per line with 2.5 GB data each.

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    1. Yeah, 5 lines not great for individuals

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    2. I only have two ears. I don't need five phone lines. lol

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  15. Two lines on MetroPCS for $60/month with 6 GB data each.

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    1. Requires finding another person and risking them not paying.

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  16. did anyone notice? ... after increasing the monthly data buckets, they've decreased the maximum rollover from 10gb to 5gb.

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    1. Yep. A little disappointed but I'm on the lowest tier so its not that bad for me. If I was paying for 4 or more gb/month, I'd leave h2o over this.

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