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Black Wireless Announces New Plan Changes, Offers Free Second Month of Service

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Black Wireless is the latest MVNO to update its cell phone plans. Earlier today, the AT&T MVNO announced that it had updated its plans to offer more data to its customers without paying anything extra.

With today's changes, the MVNO's new phone plan include the following options:

  • $10 per month - includes 500 international talk or text and 100MB hard capped 4G LTE data
  • $15 per month - includes 200 international talk or text and 500MB of 4G LTE data
  • $20 per month - includes unlimited talk, text, international talk and text and 100MB hard capped 4G LTE data
  • $25 per month - includes unlimited talk, text, international talk and text and 1GB of 4G LTE data
  • $30 per month - includes unlimited talk, text, international talk and text and 2.5GB of 4G LTE data
  • $40 per month - includes unlimited talk, text, international talk and text and 4GB of 4G LTE data
  • $60 per month - includes unlimited talk, text, international talk and text and 6GB of 4G LTE data

On all plans except the $10 and $20 plans which are hard capped, once the allotted LTE data has been used up, unlimited 128 kbps throttled data is available.

The new changes to Black Wireless' plan lineup also welcomes a number of new options like the $10/month plan, $15/month plan, $30/month plan, $40/month plan, and the $60/month plan. The $20/month and $25/month plans have been reduced from $25/month and $30/month.

In line with its new plan changes, the MVNO is currently running a promotion for individuals who sign up for service with them. Each individual who gets service from the MVNO can enjoy a free second month of service. To learn more about Black Wireless and its plans, visit the website.

Update 24-July-2017: There's been some discussion in the comments about the ownership of Black Wireless. I have been contacted by a representative of Red Pocket Mobile who informed me that Black Wireless is a product of Red Pocket Mobile which is distributed by SDI Wireless. - Dennis

Source: BestMVNO

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  1. "Once the allotted data has been used up, data is throttled to 128 kbps"

    Does this apply to the $15 and $20 tiers too?

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    1. But you wrote

      "$20 per month - includes unlimited talk, text, international talk and text and 100MB hard capped 4G LTE data"

      So which one is it?

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    2. If you look at the Black Wireless site it shows that $10 and $20 plans do not have unlimited throttled data. The other plans do.

      Christine did not write "$20 per month - includes unlimited talk, text, international talk and text and 100MB hard capped 4G LTE data". I edited the post last night when I noticed that the original was ambiguous.

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    3. Look for h2O to follow. Black Wireless and h2O are owned by Locus Communications and their plans usually align.

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    4. Red Pocket is still a better deal. 500 minutes AND 500 texts AND 100 MB of data per month for $99/year.
      http://www.prepaidphonenews.com/2012/03/prepaid-operator-profile-red-pocket.html

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  2. MVNO bore. Sad to see them all inching their way forward past each other

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  3. Sounds good ill take another one

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  4. OMG, just try and call their CS and Skyview which is another H2O (Locus) subsidiary and you will encounter some of the worst CS reps on the planet.

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    1. Black Wireless is operated By SDI Wireless, not Locus.

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    2. Thank You for the info Dennis. Regardless, I have had nothing but absolute incompetence when dealing with H2O, Black Wireless, Skyview, and most T-Mobile MVNO's as well. It was a shame to see PTel go. They were great. Airvoice, PureTalk and Ultra to an extent have great customer service.

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    3. Odd your experiences with T-Mobile MVNO's. SpeedTalk, A T-Mo MVNO, has in my personal experience, great customer support. They were very helpful in setting up a tablet on the 250or250or250 $5 plan when I couldn't register for an account as the tablet had no way to receive a text message containing an initial password. I called them an in less than two minutes they sent a text message to my AT&T MVNO phone line.

      I recommend them in a heart beat.

      Dale

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    4. H2O and Black are both AT&T MVNOs not T-Mobile. On the other hand, Ultra is a T-Mobile MVNO. the OP might be a little confused.

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    5. I had both Black Wireless and h2O for a couple of years. I found their customer service to be GOOD, not excellent. Sometimes it would take a little long to get through to a CS rep on the phone, but it's no worse than many other MVNOs. I found the best way to get help, is to use live chat.

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    6. Did Locus sell off Black Wireless? I know they used to be part of Locus and my Callingmart h2O pins would work on BW for adding minutes.

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    7. I think Black has always been independently owned. Locus has or had a white label program that let you set up a turnkey MVNO with your branding that was operated by Locus.

      The Black Wireless website used to say "Powered by Locus Telecommunications" but it doesn't anymore. SDI sued Locus last year but I haven't been able to find out what the case was about. SDI Wireless, LLC v. Locus Telecommunications, Inc. (7:16-cv-02826), New York Southern District Court

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  5. Are taxes included and does MMS work on iPhone without jail breaking?

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  6. Would've jumped on this if it had both rollover data and autopay.

    Espevially rollover data.

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    1. Use Calliningmart and setup a h2O autopay, but enter you Black Wireless number. It works. H2O and Black Wireless are owned by the same company.

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  7. Jason in PortlandJuly 14, 2017 at 1:15 PM

    Lower cost tiers from MVNOs are excellent news for those who don't use "unlimited" service plans or gigabytes of data every month. The prepaid offers from the carriers and their brands seem to focus on "unlimited" data for $50+/mo. while remaining tiered options seem to start at $25-30/mo. for unlimited voice and text (and maybe some data if you're on a carrier-owned sub-brand).

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  8. No paygo No deal

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  9. Terrible? They are pretty good for an AT&T MVNO. You can have service for as little as $3.33/month.

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