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TPO Mobile Adds New Plan With 50GB Data Allotment

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Nowadays, people rely on their smartphones to help give them the information they need quickly. They no longer have to rush to their computer just so they could look for a place to eat, shop or even sleep. When they are lost, they can easily pull up a map on their device and be guided back to the right path. Because of these things, it's no longer a surprise to find smartphone users carefully picking out a data plan they can make the most out of.

To answer this, TPO Mobile has recently added the new Infinity unlimited data to its plan options. The plan comes with unlimited talk, text and data with the first 50GB at 4G LTE speeds. The new plan is said to cost only $54.99 per month, which is a great deal for those who are looking at high data allotment. Compared with the plans offered by other carriers and MVNOs that range from 5 to 10GB, the 50GB offering by TPO Mobile says a lot.

True to TPO's character, it's not only about making the customer happy. As they have continually done so in the past, 10% of their customers' phone bills go towards a charity they have selected. In addition to this, the MVNO also donates 25% of its profits to the TPO Foundation.

The new 50GB Infinity plan is a limited time offer and is said to be available only until October 31st. It is suitable for CDMA devices.

Apart from announcing the new Infinity unlimited data plan, TPO Mobile is offering 50% off for the first month of service on select plans as long as you sign up before October 17th.


Source: BestMVNO 

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  1. 50gb?? That's insane, though I'd sign up for it if they allowed tethering.

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    1. I just ported my number to TPO Mobile tonight after reading your article Dennis. This is an amazing deal! 50 gigs of unthrottled 4g LTE data - even if it's on Sprint - is still a bargain. (I actually get better coverage with Sprint than Verizon in my home). Most other "unlimited plans" on metro/cricket throttled you after 25 gigs or so, no? The closest plan to this is T-Mobile's ONE plan at $70/month ($15 more) but even then they don't allow more than 480p videos. If you want HD videos you have to pay an additional $25/month ($100 total) to be able to watch your HD content.

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    2. Cricket never throttles your data speed no matter how much data you use. You can also stream HD video on Cricket. Cricket's unlimited plan costs $65 with autopay. Less if you setup a group plan. Cricket has the same coverage as AT&T GoPhone and supports BYOP.

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    3. @DrG, Metro doesn't throttle after 23 gigs. They deprioritize in areas of heavy congestion. I've used 50G and have yet to see a slow down.

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    4. @Anonymous--Cricket does throttle, from the very first megabyte. They throttle you to 8mbps on LTE, 4 on HSPA+/3G.

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  2. "It is suitable for CDMA devices"
    Does this mean it isn't available on their T-Mobile service?

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    1. Correct, the 50 GB plan is only available on TPO's CDMA (Sprint) service.

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  3. All that data, and no where to use it. There's the catch, alright.

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  4. Does TPO have a dealer program?

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  5. This is an advertisement and should be labeled as such. Sheesh. This site is turning more in to a PR machine than any real substantive discussion.

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    1. lets see, the name of this site is prepaidphonenews, and the article is about a really good prepaid phone plan. Oh yeah, it's really out of line. Thanks Dennis and company for all your hard work!!

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  6. Great deal - the Sprint ship is throwing everything overboard before they sink.

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    1. So go find another barge to hook up to. Sprint is riding high in the water in my area. Maybe the bilge pumps are running wide open for your scow.

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    2. Not sure where you live. I live in a very populated area with poor Sprint coverage. Please take a moment to read fiercewireless.com and you will see why they are a sinking ship. I would love to use Sprint or one of their mvno's, but they can't seem to get their act together.

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  7. It is better deal for Sprint coverage folks... I hope this helps reduce their unlimited price. Now unlimited for $55 hope price will go down...

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  8. I'd hop onboard of TPO. But considering none of their plan allows for tethering, I think I'll be sticking with my T-Mobile secret plan, which gives me 5 GB of LTE data with at least 100 MB of it for courtesy tethering, with unlimited text messaging and 100 minutes of voice, all for $30/month.

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    1. Most mvnos do not allow tethering anyways.

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    2. Ummm that t-mobile plan is hardly a secret mate :)

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    3. Lol @ "courtesy" tethering.

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    4. so out of 5Gb they give you 100MB worth of tethering. the other 4.9GB is not allowed to be tethered.

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    5. I have used this plan several times as temporary home internet. There is no such 100MB limit on tethering with this plan. All 5 GB high speed and unlimited throttled is available for tethering. T&C: "Full speeds available up to data allotment, including tethering; then slowed to up to 2G speeds for balance of service period."

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  9. $55/50Gb. Hope it lasts.

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  10. To use this much data you should be streaming HD video 8 hrs per day. Very few people need this

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  11. Can you use a Nexus 6 on TPO with this plan?

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    1. Yes, the Nexus 6 is Sprint network compatible.

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  12. Does anyone know how to contact TPO? I can't find it on their website.

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    1. Phone support: : 844-876-8326 9 AM - 7 PM ET M-F,  9 AM - 6 PM ET S-S
      Email support: supportus@tpo.com
      Social Media: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram

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  13. Why bother when Boost offers unlimited data for $45/mo now?

    All the moaning about R+, yet TPO is getting love, even though they are floundering and likely to suddenly disappear.

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    1. Boost after 23 GB throttled.

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    2. Deprioritized, not throttled. Speeds aren't slowed unless there is congestion.

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  14. TPO is not offering their 50% discount on the 50 GB rate plan. US based customer service is nice, the 52 minute wait to talk with someone is not.

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    1. I called once and it took 5.

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    2. I called several times with questions. Average hold time: 5-8 minutes.

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  15. My call took over an hour. It was Saturday if that matters.

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  16. Does TPO still levy taxes and fees on their prepaid plans? If so, does anyone know how much they are? Thanks.

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    1. Yes. TPO charges about 15% in taxes/fees. I just enrolled in the $54.99 Infinity plan and my final charge was $65.53 with autopay. At that price it's dangerously close to Cricket's $70 ($65 with auto pay) with taxes included on a network with more coverage. Granted TPO donates 10% of my bill to the charity of my choice so that should be noted.

      Hope that helps

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    2. Err sorry. Meant to say 20% not 15%.

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  17. Thank you Dr. G. It appears TPO's fees exceed the 10% contributions they purportedly donate.

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