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Pure TalkUSA Makes New Changes to $35 and $45 Unlimited Plan

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Pure TalkUSA, an MVNO operating under AT&T, has announced new improvements to a couple of its unlimited plans. Making the announcement on their website, the MVNO has added more data to its $35 and $45 plans. Apart from adding more data to these two plans, the $45 plan has also been priced higher.

Starting today, Pure TalkUSA Unlimited Plans will now start to offer the following options:

  • $24 Unlimited Plan - unlimited talk, text, 200 MMS and 200MB of data
  • $29 Unlimited Plan - unlimited talk, text, unlimited MMS and 1GB of data
  • $35 Unlimited Plan - unlimited talk, text, unlimited MMS and 2GB of data
  • $50 Unlimited Plan - unlimited talk, text, unlimited MMS and 4GB of data

The new plan changes only affect the $35 and $45 plans, which originally offered 1.5GB and 2.5GB of data, respectively. A $5 increase has also been made on the $45 plan, which now costs $50 per month. Pure TalkUSA continues to offer the same plan options under its Simple, Senior, and Family plans.

In addition to these new changes, Pure TalkUSA is running a new promotion for individuals who are interested in getting an iPhone. As a limited time offer, individuals who purchase an iPhone will be able to enjoy their first three months of service for free. The purchased device should be activated with one of the unlimited plans available from Pure TalkUSA so that the offer will be valid. Find out more by visiting Pure TalkUSA's website.


Source: Prepaid Mobile Phone Reviews

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  1. I'm interested in the 29 dollar plan but for only six more dollars you could actually get 2GB so that is pretty cool. Will I be able to get all LTE bands with my Verizon iPhone 6plus?

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  2. Is this full speed or reduced speed data?

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    1. It is full speed unthrottled LTE. It is capped though which means that after the data allowance is gone you will be without data. There are data add ons available for purchase if you run out before your month expires but that is an additional charge.

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  3. Unless they're offering 4GB for $20, I wouldn't even give them a second look.

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    1. I would if they offered 4GB for $21...

      What is your basis for making such an outrageous statement? Nobody offers 4GB of high speed data for $20. Perhaps this column could weed out some of the less useful comments.

      BTW, 2GB data with unlimited everything else is a good deal at $35 with no additional taxes or fees.

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    2. "What is your basis for making such an outrageous statement? Nobody offers 4GB of high speed data for $20."

      Exactly.

      Everyone is offering what PT is offering, so the only way they can gain relevancy is by doing what nobody else does.

      On the other hand, there's no point in even trying an MVNO that can't fill at least one empty niche.

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    3. I agree, they need much lower data price to draw me in.

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    4. "Everyone is offering what PT is offering"
      who is offering unlimited talk and text with 1GB
      un-throttled LTE for 29 dollars with not tax and fees on the ATT network? I may be missing a lot of plans out there if everyone is offering that out there...

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    5. Quote "On the other hand, there's no point in even trying an MVNO that can't fill at least one empty niche."

      MVNOs fill the niche for relatively light data users, which today is up to 2GB or so per month. Again, who are you comparing them to? The major network providers are not going to help you.

      I am not sure that I want cellular data to be much cheaper. The result will only be poor service as demand outstrips capacity. I would rather have a system that works when I need it.

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  4. @10:A.M. That's nice, it works well for me. Data that carries over from month to month ($9.95 400Mb-cancel before month end ;)and 1,500 minutes/4500 TXT for $12.95 (long story)

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  5. You just may as well Go with cricket wireless for 2.5 data for 35 after auto pay

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    1. I don't like Cricket throttled speeds. I rather get hard capped at full speed. Just personal preference.

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  6. How is their customer service?? If they are in any way like H2O, Tracfone, Lyca, I would not go near them.

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    1. Pure Talk support is US based and has a good reputation.

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    2. I have NOT dealt with Pure Talk but I have dealt with Tracfone (& several other Movil owned brands), H2O and Lyca. Although they were all rough at times at least with Lyca & H2O problems did get resolved and money, accounts etc. preserved but Tracfone (and other Movil brands - Straight Talk, NET10, Total Wireless, Page Plus, Simple Mobile, Telcel America, Claro(PR)) are in a class of their own when it comes to incompetence, thievery, deception, lying customer service, they make it clear that you, the customer, are a bother, just pay up, shut up or leave (and forfeit your money/account). They really don't care and will lie and tell you whatever you want to hear to sell you and when you are a customer lie and tell you that what you were told or read could be done can not be done.

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    3. I picked up a SIM card from the local K-mart last night. I called them at 5:45 PM to have the new card activated in place of the old. They picked up within 3 three rings and I was off the phone with them in less three minutes. You just can't beat that kind of service.

      Dale

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  7. Whats the tax on $29 plan?

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    1. There are no taxes on any Pure TalkUSA plan.

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  8. Is there roaming, or just att native coverage?

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    1. There's no roaming with Pure Talk, native coverage only.

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  9. I'm sorry to keep asking questions... Is AT&T native coverage better than Verizon's native coverage overall not just one particular area?

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    1. AT&T's covers about the same number of square miles as Verizon but they are not the same square miles. Ask people in the places you will be using the phone what works there or check both carrier's coverage maps

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  10. Thank you Dennis, you've been very helpful.

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