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NetZero Ups Monthly Broadband Plan Prices

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NetZero, an MVNO operating under Sprint's network, has announced its plans to increase its prepaid mobile broadband plans. Despite increasing the cost of each plan, the data allotment included in each plan has remained the same. With the new changes, NetZero plans are now:

  • $0 monthly plan (unchanged) - comes with 200MB of high speed data
  • $14.95 Basic monthly plan (previously $9.95) - comes with 500MB of high speed data
  • $24.95 Plus monthly plan (previously $19.95) - comes with 1GB of high speed data
  • $39.95 Pro monthly plan (previously $34.95) - comes with 2GB of high speed data
  • $59.95 Platinum monthly plan (previously $49.95) - comes with 4GB of high speed data
  • $89.95 Platinum Plus monthly plan (previously $79.95) - comes with 6GB of high speed data

Apart from increasing the monthly plans, NetZero has also increased the monthly access fee that each customer needs to pay. Before this change, the monthly access fee was $1. The new charge is $2.95 and does not apply to the free plan.

To use NetZero's service, customers can decide to bring a compatible Sprint device and activate it with the MVNO. Another option is to purchase a new mobile device, a certified pre-owned hotspot for $129.95, or a 3G stick for $49.95. Any unused data at the end of the month doesn't rollover. If more data is needed, customers can switch to another data at any time without worrying about additional charges. The upgrade will take effect on the same day, after contacting NetZero.


Source: PrepaidMobilePhoneReviews

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  1. One more soon to be casualty....

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  2. Sprint's Virgin Mobile Broadband2Go is only 55.00

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  3. Wow. Even tracfone paygo data is cheaper than any of their Not Zero plans.

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    1. πŸ˜‚ IKR? πŸ˜‚ πŸ‘‰πŸ˜πŸ‘ˆ Sprint MVNO's πŸ‘Ž

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  4. NetZero was too expensive before the price increase. I wonder what type of person uses this company?

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    1. The same sort of person who buys a Chevy Malibu for $90,000... that's who!

      (And yes that is a valid and close comparison to the price difference between Sprint Boost and NetZero).

      Now, excuse me, I'm going to sign up for that $300 a month basic cable package. Good deal!

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  5. Burn baby burn... This company is going out the door. Remember Netzero used to give away dialup internet access for free? They were competing against AOL back in the day.

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  6. (Excellent article. Devoid of such language as "great deal", etc)

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  7. It costs a LOT more than Boost, which makes it seem crazy. I can only see this outfit staying alive by the ignorance of its customers who know nothing about anything else on the Sprint network.

    This gives hope to someone who wants to make money buying McDonalds hamburgers, and selling them for 50% more in the parking lot next door.

    Boost: $40 (with auto pay) a month for 8 gb
    NetZero; $40 a month for 2 gb.

    Ummm. 400% markup? Much worse than my McDonald's example.

    Now, it is just me, or are the vast majority of actual remaining separate MVNOs now these "charge way more than you would pay otherwise" outfits? With just a few that aren't so bad... like Selectel and h2o?

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  8. What does a net zero customer look like in 2016?

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    1. Trick question.

      There aren't any.

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    2. Probably a idiot like me. I am paying 11.95 a year for their email service, now they tell me they are raising it in dec/2016 to 21.95 I know its just basic email but to lazy to change all my emails as i have a lot of websites i do buisness with, but a 83% increase is highway robbery. Stay away from this price gouging company and tell your friends Thanks

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  9. "NetZero, an MVNO operating under Sprint"

    Nope.

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