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Simple Mobile Now Offers Unlimited Data Plan at $47.50/month With Autopay

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Simple Mobile, a TracFone-owned MVNO operating under T-Mobile's network, has recently made new changes to its prepaid plan options. With the new changes in place, Simple Mobile is now among the list of MVNOs that offer competitive (if not the cheapest) unlimited LTE data on a plan. The MVNO has also added a new $25 plan option and has changed the data allotment on the $50 plan.

Here are the changes in more detail:

Unlimited LTE Data Plan

Simple Mobile is now offering an unlimited LTE data plan that costs only $47.50 per month (with autopay enrollment). Without autopay, the plan is priced at $50 per month and already comes with unlimited domestic talk and text. The other features included in the plan are unlimited international texting and calling and full roaming access while in Mexico at no extra cost.

It is important to note, however, that this new unlimited LTE data plan does not include mobile hotspot. If hotspot is needed, the suitable recommendation is to get the $57 plan, which has all the same features available on the $47 plan but includes 8GB of mobile hotspot.

As for video streaming on the unlimited LTE data plan, the quality is reduced to 480p.

$25 Improved Plan

One of the biggest changes Simple Mobile has made to its prepaid plan offers is the addition of 1GB high speed data on the $25 plan. Prior to today's change, this plan only included unlimited talk and text and no data. Once the allotted data has been used up, the data is throttled to up to 64Kbps until next month's cycle.

Aside from adding data to the plan, customers are now given the option to enroll the plan in autopay. With the autopay discount in place, the $25 plan boils down to $23.75 per month.

$55 Plan Discontinuity 

The MVNO has also announced that they will no longer be offering the $55 per month plan, which used to include unlimited talk, text and 10GB of data.

With today's announcement, Simple Mobile now offers these prepaid plan options:


  • $25 per month plan ($23.75 with autopay) - Includes unlimited talk, text and 1GB of data (previously: no data and no autopay discount)
  • $40 per month plan ($37.50 with autopay) - Includes unlimited talk, text and 4GB of data 
  • $50 per month plan ($47.50 with autopay) - Includes unlimited talk, text and 4G LTE data (previously: 8GB of data)
  • $60 per month plan - Includes unlimited talk, text and 4G LTE data, and 8GB mobile hotspot


These plans still continue to include unlimited international texting, unlimited international calling to landlines in 64 countries, and unlimited international calling to Mexico, Canada, China, India, and 16 other countries.


Source: PrepaidMobilePhoneReviews

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  1. The unlimited plan sounds great. Just keep in mind, Simple Mobile phones work ONLY on Simple Mobile. SM's phones are not interchangeable with other TracFone sim cards like StraightTalk, Total Wireless, Net10, etc.

    Found out the hard way purchasing SM's iPhone SE $159 at Best Buy & couple hours with being "Escalated" to upper management with TracFone. Got my refund on the phone though.

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    1. Sure they are, as long as the Sim cards are TMobile based.. Bet you tried a pink iPhone huh.

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    2. To Anonymous 9:43 AM

      Rose Gold was the only color available.

      Also, of the 10 different TracFone brands, SIMPLE MOBILE & TELCEL are the ONLY TWO that are NOT interchangeable with the other 8 TracFone brands. Simple Mobile & Telcel phones are exclusive to their own brands only.

      The other 8 TracFone brands are interchangeable with each other though. This is what I was told from TracFone's upper management after two hours on their "Customer-No-Service" line.

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  2. Best low cost prepaid plan in the United States hands down.

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  3. Attractive plans. Too bad there is not a sliver of signal anywhere I go. People say Sprint network is bad, yet I have not had any issues at all when I was on RingPlus. And I travel a lot! T-mobile -- zero signal at home, zero signal at work, zero signal many places on the way. Cannot imagine using it.

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    1. Absolutely Right!!!! i left Metro Pcs(t mobile) for Boost mobile (sprint) and i have service EVERYWHERE!!!! 4 LINES $100 UNLIMITED EVERYTHING($95 with autopay) including 8gb of mobile hotspot.

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    2. "And I travel a lot! T-mobile -- zero signal at home, zero signal at work, zero signal many places on the way. "

      Other than problems working inside buildings, and outdoors, it's great isn't it?

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  4. There's good! They should have made the 40$ to 6gb to compete against att gophone. But do you know if that's the price with taxes included or before taxes?

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  5. My local best buy Have simple mobile sim card kit with $40 service on it for 1.99...man I rack up.. U pin number back on one account

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    1. Hey anonymous of 7:31AM: do you have a SKU for that kit? I'm looking and see 5470301, but the front of that implies that the plan is a separate purchase. You are saying that you can buy these sims for $1 and they include a month of service? thanks

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    2. i think you are mistaken.

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  6. i have very bad experience with total wireless, there fore if it is the same company definitely i am cautious..

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    1. Any America Movil brand will be a bad experience. Just say no to Carlos Slime

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  7. Oh boy--UNLIMITED. Just another excuse for the entitled to rob another company blind!

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    1. You do realize that data isn't a tangible, finite commodity, right?

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    2. "
      'AnonymousMay 4, 2017 at 8:58 AM
      Oh boy--UNLIMITED. Just another excuse for the entitled to rob another company blind!"

      Is this same the guy who always smears people who use plans that they pay for as entitled thieves?

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  8. Great, now if they would offer voice and data roaming as an available option, that would be great. TMobile native footprint is absolutely abysmal except for those that live in more densely populated towns and cities.

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    1. Only in America do you choose to move to the middle of the desert then bitterly complain when you can't find any water.

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    2. "Only in America do you choose to move to the middle of the desert then bitterly complain when you can't find any water."

      You would have a good point, accepted any such "desert" in T-Mobile is a rainforest if you have Verizon or AT&T.

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  9. "As for video streaming on the unlimited LTE data plan, the quality is reduced to 480p."

    I know just where to put this.

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  10. The 1gb of data is the 4G Lte and then unlimited data at 2G speeds. Bring your own tmobile phone or unlocked GSM phone with 850 and 1900 Mhz bands. Are there any extra fees or taxes? MetroPCS with 2GB and Cricket with 1GB are $30 with no extra fees or taxes. Boost Mobile is $35 for 2GB so they will have to have a $25 promotion to match simple mobile and also stop advertising $30 when that is only available for those that can pay with credit cards which many boost mobile customers do not have.

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    1. "that is only available for those that can pay with credit cards which many boost mobile customers do not have."

      Apparently said customers trashed their credit by overspending and refusing to pay their bills, which is why they can't afford nice things like $30 cell service or a $2 bottle of grape drink.

      Or maybe they're illegals, in which case the only thing they deserve is a one way trip to the mass grave for invading and occupying sovereign American territory.

      Either way, you know you're literally garbage when even Capital One won't offer you a secured card.

      And to hell with whether this comment gets approved or not, because everyone already knows it's all 110% true.

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    2. First, no one needs a credit card to sign up for autopay. Sorry you lack the basic financial education to know that. All you need is a debit card from your bank or one of those prepaid debit cards sold at every store in the country.
      Second, I think you need to research what an occupied nation actually is. To put it simply, even if the entire population of Mexico moved to America, it still wouldn't be an occupied nation. In order to be considered an occupied nation our government would have to be overthrown​ and replaced by a foreign power. The term doesn't apply to immigrants no matter how many of them are in the country. Also, killing an immigrant just for being in the country is still murder. And your absurd suggestion is reminiscent of the Holocaust. Ask yourself what that says about you

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    3. Boost customers on the $35 plan do not use credit cards for payments they pay $38 cash at Boost dealers. Boost allows incoming phone calls and texts for up to 60 days until customers can gather up the $38 in cash to pay their bills. That is why Boost is popular with lower income or no income customers. Boost dealers work with the customers to save $$ the opposite of Verizon dealers that will take as much $$ as possible from their customers that do not understand what a GB of data is and still charge them on their contracts $15 for every 250mb over their 2GB allotment. I know someone that used 2.003 gb of data and got charged the extra $15 that month.

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  11. I say DOUBLE it, $47.50 is too low. Pass on the fees to those that will abuse "unlimited" before it's too late.

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    1. ikr!?

      Data Hogs Unite! Data Hogs Rejoice!

      (By the way, the blurred image surrounding some of you'ze guyz' 480p unlimited video phone screen is called LIFE!)

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  12. Are the prices are included taxes and other fees?

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  13. Compared to MetroPCS and Boost Mobile this unlimited plan with the $50 price does not throttle during times of peak area usage after 22-28gb and also allows the user to bring their own phone.

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