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H2O Wireless Offers 1GB of LTE Data on Monthly Unlimited Plans for Free

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Last month, H2O Wireless made some changes to its monthly data plan options. One of the changes they made was that they discontinued the $35 plan that was originally part of their lineup. Fast forward to a month later and the AT&T MVNO has added more LTE data to its plans for free.

Effective today, November 1st, all new customers can get an extra 1GB of LTE data on the plan they purchase from the MVNO. The offer is available for three months and is only available for activation until January 31, 2017. This means that the extra 1GB of high-speed data promotion will close on March 31st.

Under this promotion, H2O plans now include:
  • $30 plan - (1GB) 2GB of LTE data
  • $40 plan - (3GB) 4GB of LTE data 
  • $50 plan - (5GB) 6GB of LTE data 
  • $60 plan - (6GB) 7GB of LTE data 
The promotion shows how H2O is currently doing its best to be a major competitor among those providing data to their customers. And in just the last two months, H2O has been able to increase its data allotments to better suit the needs of their customers. Back in September, H2O significantly increased the high-speed data allotment on their $30, $50 and $60 plans. Meanwhile, the $40 Monthly Unlimited Plan received three times more LTE data in July, increasing the 1GB allotment to 3GB.  

This current promotion is only available for new customers. Existing customers can also take advantage of the holiday promotion by taking part in H2O's Refer-a-Friend program. Customers who refer friends and family to join the MVNO will be entitled to a complimentary $15 referral credit. At the same time, the new customer who joins H2O will get $10 worth of credit they can use on service in a future month.


Source: H2O Wireless

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  1. $30 plan sounds good,$40 is mediocre,$50 & $60 not worthwhile. Lots of competition going on so better plans to be had. All phones should be compatible with ALL providers to enable Freedom Of Choice! Power To The People!

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    1. only issue is switching between these prepaid providers require an initial investment in a sim card from each, and you cant let it expire or you're buying it again when the one you stop using suddenly come out with a better deal

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  2. I have an Iphone and need MMS so unfortunately ill have to pass. No jailbreaking my phone.

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    1. cricket wireless if the phone is unlocked

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    2. The MMS works on my Nexus5

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    3. Only iPhones are subject to a unique no MMS on AT&T MVNOs problem. Apple pushes an AT&T MNO carrier profile that has the wrong MMS settings for AT&T MVNOs and makes the settings read only.

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    4. Yes. it is a design flaw of iPhones. One of those things that make people want to jailbreak/root.

      And in the case of the iPhone, it is one of the examples in whioh they focus on anything but what is good to the user.

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  3. It is only for three month to add 1GB.

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  4. $35 its still there it has not gone away.

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    1. Where is it then? The $35 plan is no longer listed on H2O's Plans Page.

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  5. Cricket has to increase basic plan from 2.5 to at least 3gb

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  6. I don't understand why Apple don't let you MMS on iPhone that doesn't make any sense can you explain to me the reason behind it

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    1. I find this pretty dumb as well. I think this only applies to AT&T MVNOs too. Avirvoice and others are also affected.

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  7. It is not Apple. It's H2O and airvoice. MMS works fine on gophone and cricket and straight talk.

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    1. It's Apple. Carriers needs this ID called "Apple ID". gophone and cricket is owned by AT&T therefore already have and Apple ID. Straight Talk is owned by Tracfone which Tracfone has Apple ID. H2O and Airvoice doesn't have Apple ID therefore cannot do MMS because apple is controlling that part.

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    2. What do these carriers need to do to get "Apple ID"? You would think it is worth it to bring a portion of the large iPhone user base over.

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    3. I'm pretty sure there's a reason why these companies haven't done it. Considering that you're dealing with Apple, probably demanded a large volume commitment or something which the carriers can't do.

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