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Red Pocket Mobile Announces New Plan Changes and a $30/Month Plan Limited Time Offer

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Earlier today, Red Pocket Mobile made some important announcements-- the first is an update to its cell phone plans:

  • $45/month - Includes unlimited talk, text, and data with the first 5 GB at high speed (formerly included 3 GB of high speed data).
  • $60/month - Includes unlimited talk, text, and data with the first 8 GB at high speed (formerly included 5 GB of high speed data).
These two plans include unlimited international calling to 72 countries. They are also available across the four major carriers in the US.

Limited Time Offer

In addition to the changes on the plans, the MVNO is also offering a limited time offer. According to BestMVNO, Red Pocket will be offering a new $30/month plan that will include unlimited talk, text and data with the first 2.5 GB at high speed (formerly included only 1 GB of high speed data). It also includes unlimited international calling to 72 countries. Without auto pay, the plan is priced at $35/month.

For customers who have an out of contract phone with AT&T, Sprint, Verizon or T-Mobile, it can be brought over to the MVNO since it is compatible with these networks.

While this new plan will be available for a limited time, there's no mention on how long that will be. To learn more about these offers by Red Pocket, visit their website.


Source: BestMVNO

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  1. Why would one not just get VZW service through Total Wireless?

    5GB (some even reporting 6) for $33-ish on AutoPay.
    That's $12 less a month for the same network/data.

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    1. Trashfone customer disservice circus

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    2. Some of us know how to turn on WiFi, and don't feel the need to stream videos while out in the middle of nowhere, so 5GB (or unlimited) is overkill, and over priced. Carriers need to offer decent service for lower usage users, not $30/mo minimum single line plans. MVNOs will have plenty of customers until they do, and the number of people who fit into that bracket will keep climbing.

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    3. "MVNOs will have plenty of customers until they do, and the number of people who fit into that bracket will keep climbing."

      Data usage keeps going up and up on average. so the number of people who fit into the bracket of only being satisfied with hardly any data (5GB) will only dwindle.

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  2. they wouldn't if they did their research... they'd see that EVERY major carrier has unlimited for $50 or less! mvnos are dooomed

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    1. Please link us to the $50 unlimited plan on Verizon

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  3. what's the tax and fee practice with Red Pocket? anyway can save on it? thanks

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  4. Prices are the same on every mvno now so there is very little difference. All the same. Basically. There is little competition amongst themselves.

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  5. When $30 plan expires, customers are remain on it so long as no other plan changes are made?

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    1. No, when the promo ends customers will be switched to the current $35 plan at their next renewal.

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  6. Cricket offers an extra 1.5GB for just 5GB more.

    Anything less than 4GB just isn't worth it.

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    1. Unless I use less than 4GB

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    2. You never know when something might come up, at which point it may be too late to buy extra.

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  7. For my usage their $25 unlimited beats all others. I came on their page by the way to thank the CS rep who last helped me! Read about customer service at some of the others before deciding!

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  8. At best, port in, 30th day, port out. Absolutely unattractive.

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  9. Does wifi calling work? what about VOLTE

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  10. gladly... and it's actually 54. per line with Verizon... and before you respond with "you need two other people for that price" I'm sure anyone can find two people to share a cell phone plan heres the link...just click on how many phones you need once you click on the link.. i just gave three phones as an example but it gets even cheaper the more people you find to add to the plan!
    https://www.verizonwireless.com/plans/verizon-plan/

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    1. Your rebuttal on PREPAIDphonenews.com is a postpaid plan?

      Do you really think it's $54/line in most places after taxes? What happens when one of your other two people decides not to pay their $54?

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  11. yes the rebuttal is a post paid plan bc that was what the original comment was about... post paid plans are now cheaper and better than prepaid plans bc their ALL unlimited at the same prices and the advantages are that you are not throttled to a certain speed and given priority over prepaid customers and given payment plans on phones over having to buy them outright like on prepaid

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  12. i agree... these mvnos are playing games with these data plans and it's such a waste of time and energy for them and their customers... its I've thing if everyone was limiting data like in the past... but as of this year when all the post paid and even some prepay companies are giving unlimited for the same rates... why would anyone be insulted with the small increases in order to keep up with the unlimited plans? just get the actual unlimited plan!

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  13. more advantages are better customer service and actual customer service other than online only and also Superior coverage maps

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  14. i understand prepaid was the only cell phone to get for the past ten years bc it was cheaper and more flexible no question... but starting this year unless mvnos catch up with the new post paid unlimited plans... especially the family plans... prepaid doesn't have a chance

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  15. Correct, it is essentially an unlimited world now. The MVNO needs to offer unlimited everything or go the other way with paygo. The big data users will go unlimited and the light users needs can be met with paygo.

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  16. I like the unlimited calling and text plan available for $19 a month on my choice of network including AT&T and Verizon. That's all I want for my service and don't care about data. Is there a less expensive unlimited calling and text plan (not including VOIP) available elsewhere?

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