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Jolt Mobile Makes New Changes to $20 Pay As You Go Plan

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Jolt Mobile, an MVNO operating under AT&T, has recently announced changes it has made to its Pay As You Go plan offers. One of the changes they made was lowering the number of days included on the $20 plan. Before, it used to offer 120 days of service. With the new change in place, the plan has been lowered to just 60 days. Another change this plan obtained was that it used to offer 300MB of 3G/4G data to what is now 200MB of data. The pay as you go rate for megabyte under the $20 PayGo plan has also been raised to 10¢ per megabyte or MMS from the original rate of 6.6¢ per megabyte.

With these changes in place, Jolt Mobile's new Pay Go plan options are now:
  • $15/30 days plan - includes 250 minutes (6¢ per minute) or 500 texts (3¢ send or receive) or 30 MB (50¢ per megabyte) of 3G/4G data
  • $20/60 days plan - includes 200 minutes (10¢ per minute) or 200 texts (10¢ send or receive) or 200 MB (10¢ per megabyte) of 3G/4G data
The MVNO's monthly unlimited plans remain unchanged at $25, $40, and $55 options. 

Apart from changing its plan, Jolt Mobile has reminded its customers of AT&T's plan of shutting down its 2G network by the end of the year. Customers who still use 2G devices will lose service on January 1, 2017. This means that after December 31, 2016, these devices will no longer be able to make or receive calls (including emergency calls), use data, or send or receive messages. To continue using service under Jolt Mobile, the MVNO advises its customers to upgrade their device to a 3G/4G handset. Otherwise, their account will remain active until it expires and will be canceled thereafter. They will not be offering a refund on airtime.


Source: PrepaidMobilePhoneReviews

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  1. Well that's dumb. Going in the opposite direction while other providers are offering more data and value.

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  2. OMG! Who in the world has Jolt Mobile service?? Guess they're shutting it down but being vague & giving people time to voluntarily leave???

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  3. Yeah, Look at Tello's rates for Pay as you go plan.....

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  4. Not a very good value compared to Tracfone

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  5. Dennis. Help. I'm a Verizon Prepaid customer, I made a call to Canada last year for 1 minute, Which left me with $4.46 in my account that I can't use. Is there any way I can add a dollar to my account. Thanks.

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    1. The minimum top up on Verizon Prepaid is $15. The answer to this and other questions about Verizon Prepaid can be found on our Prepaid Operator Profile: Verizon | Prepaid Phone News

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  6. JOLT is not shutting down!! just updating rate plans and will have all new rates early 2017 to serve low usage customers. 2G is being phased out by AT&T across all their network.

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    1. Sooo...they've made the rates crummier in early Dec.2016.....only to change rates again in Jan.2017???

      Please don't tease me. I love my 50cents-per-MB plan!

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