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Qualified Plans Under Red Pocket Mobile to Enjoy Free International Calling for Limited Time

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Earlier today, Red Pocket Mobile announced that they will be offering free international calling to its prepaid service for a limited period.  According to the announcement made, the MVNO's prepaid users will be able to enjoy free international calling to a total of 72 countries. This promotion will be added to plans that only have unlimited domestic calling as one of its features. Both new and existing customers will be able to enjoy free international calling as it comes as a new monthly refill. The MVNO did not specify when the promotion will end.

Red Pocket operates across all four major networks and as such, offers individual plans under each network:

AT&T GSMA plans:
  • $24.99 plan with 100MB at high speed
  • $29.99 plan with 500MB at 4G LTE speed
  • $39.99 plan with 1GB at 4G LTE speed
  • $49.99 plan with 2GB at 4G LTE speed
  • $59.99 plan with 3GB at 4G LTE speed
  • $69.99 plan with 4GB at 4G LTE speed
Sprint CDMAS plans:
  • $29.99 plan with 500MB of 4G LTE data
  • $49.99 plan with first 2GB at 4G LTE speed
  • $59.99 plan with first 3GB at 4G LTE speed
T-Mobile GSMT plans:
  • $19.99 plan with 100MB of 4G LTE data
  • $24.99 plan with 250MB of 4G LTE data
  • $29.99 plan with 1GB of 4G LTE data
  • $39.99 plan with first 1GB at 4G LTE speed
  • $49.99 plan with first 2GB at 4G LTE speed
  • $59.99 plan with first 5GB at 4G LTE speed 
Verizon Wireless 4G LTE CDMA plans:
  • $36.99 plan with 1GB 4G LTE data
  • $52.99 plan with 4GB 4G LTE data
  • $64.99 plan with 6GB 4G LTE data
Verizon Wireless CDMA 3G plans:
  • $39.99 plan with first 1GB at high speed
  • $49.99 plan with first 2GB at high speed
  • $59.99 plan with first 3GB at high speed
The above plans will include the free international calling to 72 countries feature for a limited time. Among the countries included on the list are France, Canada, China, Japan, India, Mexico, United Kingdom, and many more.


Source: Red Pocket Mobile

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  1. Based on your chart I don't see any plan that you can't get directly from said provider for the same price price or cheaper, am I missing something?

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    1. Zach, a lot of MVNO's succeed on the idea of customers not knowing what else is out there. This seems like a good example of that. Readers of this web site are probably among the least likely go be those type of customers.

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    2. Red Pocket does have some eBay & Amazon exclusive plans that are much more competitive, but those plans require paying for service months or a year in advance.

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  2. Best Buy now has refurbished Galaxy Note 5's for $349.99 with Verizon 4G bands. Talking with Best Buy reps in ChatBox, one will say it's unlocked but another rep will insist it's locked. Anyone know from past experience whether Verizon refurbished Note 5 would be unlocked or do I have to do one month on Verizon prepaid to get it unlocked? Want to put phone on either TotalWireless or TracFone.

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    1. Only Verizon Prepaid phones require 30 days on Verizon Prepaid before they can be used MVNOs like TracFone or Total Wireless.

      If the phone isn't question isn't labeled as Verizon Prepaid it should be good to activate on a Verizon MVNO imediately

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    2. Thank you Dennis. That information allows me to purchase my first Note phone. Can't wait.

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  3. Price for Vzw 1gb LTE plan looks wrong.

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    1. $36.99 is correct for the 1GB Verizon LTE plan.

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    2. This plan has a hard cap of 1GB. The 3G plan with 1GB, $39.99 has unlimited throttled data after 1GB.

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  4. Their plans are diverse, I'll give them that.

    But even if they take customers from all networks, they still need to be the best deal on every one.

    Unfortunately, they're not.

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    1. Lackluster, and I've only ever heard about them on this Web site. How do they limp along year after year?

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