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Univision Mobile Starts Offering More Plan Options to Customers

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Following Ultra Mobile's new plan changes, Univision Mobile has followed suit and has ramped up its prepaid plan offerings to a total of eight options instead of three. The MVNO running under T-Mobile's network has recently made an announcement that they have somewhat matched the prices on the plans offered on Ultra Mobile. The only difference is that Univision has a $45 plan that comes with 4GB of high speed data while Ultra Mobile's closest plan, the $44 monthly plan, offers only 1GB of 4G LTE data.

The changes Univision made to its prepaid plan offerings are mainly targeted to a different set of customers. Customers looking for high speed data can choose from the $19, $34 and $45 plan options. Meanwhile, those who are looking for getting more free calls to international countries have the option to choose from the $29 and $39 plans. Finally, the $24, $44 and $54 plans give more international call credit to its users. All of these plans come with international roaming credit.

To make it more simple, Ultra Mobile's new plans include the following options:

Plans with More High Speed Data
  • $19 Plan - comes with unlimited talk, unlimited text domestic and international, unlimited international calling to 7 countries, 100 MB at 4G LTE speeds, $1.25 international credit and $1.25 international roaming credit
  • $34 Plan - comes with unlimited talk, unlimited text domestic and international, unlimited international calling to 7 countries, 2 GB at 4G LTE speeds, and $1.25 international roaming credit
  • $45 Plan - comes with unlimited talk, unlimited text domestic and international, unlimited international calling to 7 countries, 4 GB at 4G LTE speeds, and $1.25 international roaming credit. 
Plans with More Free International Calls
  • $29 Plan - comes with unlimited talk, unlimited text domestic and international, unlimited international calling to 14 countries, 1 GB at 4G LTE speeds, and $2.50 international credit and $2.50 international roaming credit.
  • $39 Plan - comes with unlimited talk, unlimited text domestic and international, unlimited international calling to 14 countries, 2 GB at 4G LTE speeds, and $2.50 international credit and $2.50 international roaming credit.
Plans with More International Call Credit 

  • $24 Plan - comes with unlimited talk, unlimited text domestic and international, unlimited international calling to 7 countries, 100 MB at 4G LTE speeds, and $7 international credit and $1.25 international roaming credit.
  • $44 Plan - comes with unlimited talk, unlimited text domestic and international, unlimited international calling to 7 countries, 1 GB at 4G LTE speeds, and $20 international credit and $5 international roaming credit.
  • $54 Plan - comes with unlimited talk, unlimited text domestic and international, unlimited international calling to 7 countries, 2 GB at 4G LTE speeds, and $20 international credit and $10 international roaming credit. 

The $19, $24, $34, $44, $45, and $54 monthly plan options include calls to countries such as Argentina, Canada, Mexico, Peru, Portugal, Spain, and Venezuela. Those on the $29 and $39 plans can make calls to Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Portugal, Spain, The Dominican Republic, and Venezuela.

Customers who are interested in getting a plan under Univision may choose to get a new phone from the carrier or bring in their own compatible device for activation.


Source: PrepaidMobilePhoneReviews

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  1. Those plans are nothing to brag about. The average data consumption by the average user is over 2GB who can survive with only 100MB? good luck with your plans Univision/Ultra mobile.

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    1. 2GB was decent up to mid-2015.

      Now it's just pathetic.

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  2. The international "credits" here are not even worth the reduced data to make up for them. Seriously these plans get more and more ridiculous each time.

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