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Net10 Adds More High Speed Data to all its Monthly Smartphone Plans

TracFone's Net10 Wireless brand has added more high speed data to all of its smartphone and BYOP plans. Here's Net10's new plan list showing the old and new data allotments  in bold and strikeout fonts.

  • $35/month ($31.50 with autopay) 500 MB 2 GB
  • $40/month ($36.00 with autopay)  3 GB 4 GB
  • $50/30 days ($45.00 with autopay) 5 GB 8 GB
  • $60/month (no auto pay discount) 7 GB 10 GB
  • $75/month (no auto pay discount) 10 GB discontinued
All the plans listed above include unlimited domestic voice minutes and messaging and unlimited 64 kbps throttled data after the first 2 to 10 GB is used.

Net10's Unlimited International plan and Phone Upgrade plans also got increases in their high speed data allotments from 5 GB to 8 GB

The Unlimited International plan costs $65/month ($60 with auto-pay). In addition to unlimited domestic calling and messaging and 8 GB of high speed data, it provides unlimited international calls to up to 15 unique numbers per month to landlines in 63 countries, mobile phones in 24 countries including Mexico, Canada, China and India and 400 minutes to Claro Guatemala mobile numbers. 

The Phone Upgrade plans give users credits good for a free or discounted phone every six to 18 months. A $60/30 days version of the plan that lets you upgrade every 18 months or you can upgrade every 12 months for $70/30 days or every 6 months for $80/30 days. All three upgrade plans include unlimited voice, messaging and data with the first 8 GB of data at high speed and the rest at 64 kbps. 

NET10 is a multi-network MVNO that offers service on the T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon and Sprint networks. Each Net10 account uses one of the four networks depending on the customer's phone model and zipcode. To learn how to control which network you get with Net10, see our How to Tell Which Network (AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint or Verizon) a TracFone, NET10 or Straight Talk Phone Uses article. For more about Net 10 see our Prepaid Operator Profile: NET10 post.

Source: Net10, Image: Facebook

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  1. $45 (with autopay) for 8GB VS $60 for 10GB? $15 extra for just 2GB more doesn't make sense.

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    1. Gives them something to address next month :p

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  2. i know! TMobile att Sprint and even Verizon has only one plan now... $45. for unlimited... how can any mvno survive now? at least boost and virgin matched them... now it's just a waiting game to see who else matches and then who goes out of business

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    1. I agree that there are better deals than Net10. However Verizon's unlimited data plan is $80, not $45. AT&T (Cricket) is $60 ($55 with aUtopay). Only Sprint (Boost) and T-Mobile (MetroPCS have $45 (with autopay) unlimited plans.

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  3. i understand that BEFORE 2017 mvnos were the ONLY option... but now if they don't offer one unlimited plan like everyone else is for fifty or under they will be done and over

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  4. exactly... i watch you tube videos on 480p and read the news and use one gb per day! imagine people with social media and email and Netflix! why would anyone want to count gbs when there's the options NOT to?

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  5. NET10 will survive, at least for a while, because some people have always used NET10 and"that's what I do." And some people are just ignorant of their options.

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  6. well said Timothy

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  7. even though their single line plans are more... anyone with a friend will just get the family plan to get it to those $40 and $45 prices

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  8. clearly mvno's have finally disrupted the big four!

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    1. "clearly mvno's have finally disrupted the big four!"

      You might want to check the phrase "robbing Peter to pay Paul".

      All of the MVNO activity (with some small exceptions for traffic on USC/.etc) is going through the Big 4 and resulting in their profits.

      Saving that MVNO's disrupt the Big 4 is like (though not exactly like) saying that Chevrolet disrupts Buick.

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  9. Why pay $250+ for a large and heavy smartphone to use it for 75 mb per day? Go unlimited and get daily usage from the phone or buy a att flip style go phone and pay $25 per month with autopay. Net 10 works good on the verizon network for less than what verizon charges

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  10. The trend is definitely unlimited. Plans will be based in speed instead of data used. Average price for unlimited will be $40 per line.

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  11. I'd rather go with Gophone or Mintsim.

    Using Trashfone is just asking for trouble.

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  12. we've hit a new low! metro just went to 40. tax in and TMobile just went to 35. tax in!!!!!

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