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Red Pocket $10 Plan Now includes 500 MB, This Time For Real

Remember a couple of weeks ago when Red Pocket Mobile's website was briefly, and incorrectly, showing that the $10 plan included 500 MB rather than 100 MB? Then less than a day latter the site went back to indicating that the plan only had 100 MB.

Today, Red Pocket is again listing the $10 plan has having 500 MB and this time its for real, confirmed to me by a Red Pocket Director.  The plan also includes 500 minutes and 500 texts in addition to the 500 MB of high speed data. The current Red Pocket lineup is now:
  • $10 500 minutes, 500 SMS, 500 MB 
  • $15 1000 minutes, 1000 SMS, 1 GB 
  • $20 ($19 with auto pay) unlimited minutes and messaging, 500 MB.
  • $30 ($25 with auto pay) unlimited minutes and messaging, 1.5 GB
  • $35 ($30 with auto pay) unlimited minutes and messaging, 3 GB high speed data, unlimited 2G.
  • $50 ($45 with auto pay) unlimited minutes and messaging, 5 GB high speed data, unlimited 2G 
  • $65 ($60 with auto pay) unlimited minutes and messaging, 8 GB high speed data, unlimited 2G 
All of Red Pocket's plans are available on the user's choice on AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile or Sprint and include unlimited MMS and unlimited calls to 72 countries. The plans listed above are available from Red Pocket's website and at Red Pocket dealers. Red Pocket also sells multi-month plans on eBay and Amazon that are priced even lower per month that the regular plans listed above. See our Red Pocket prepaid operator profile for details on the Amazon and eBay plans as well as Red Pocket settings and contact information.


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  1. Does MMS on an iPhone still require a jailbreak?

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    1. It does on Red Pocket AT&T, but not on Verizon, T-Mobile or Sprint.

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  2. Red Pocket is leading the MVNO pack. It appears to be doing to MVNOs what TMobile has done to Big Carriers. Go Red Pocket!

    It is time that U.S based MVNOs stop charging for incoming calls/texts. It is something nobody talks about, why?

    Well, who is calling/texting now a days!

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    1. When you receive calls and text you are still using minutes and text. I don't know why you wouldn't be charged for that amount.

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    2. IN other countries the call charges to cell phones are higher. Ie the caller pays extra for the call even though the one receiving the call gets it free.

      Seems reasonable to have the recipient pay so that the caller gets a lower cost.

      NB Truphone has free incoming calls/texts.

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    3. No, it's only fair that the caller pays.

      He who sends it spends it.

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  3. how reliable is this company, is it an established mvno

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    1. Been around since 2006

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    2. I have had them since May using their service on the AT&T network. I've been very satisfied with them. I've only needed to call customer service once, when I activated my SIM, and that was a no hassle call.

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    3. Why does anyone care if an MVNO will be around for long or not?
      If they go under, just switch to another one. What's all the fuss about?
      If you're that attached to your phone number, just use Google Voice. It'll save you the bother of porting your number every time you switch carriers.

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  4. I purchased a multi-month plan on eBay that includes 100 MB. Will this increase to 500 MB?

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    1. That's a GREAT question!
      I'm glad you asked.....any takers?
      I'd like to know too.

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    2. I'm in the same situation. I called them and they say that you will begin with 100 mb but when you re up in 30 days you will get 500 mb.

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    3. I received my sim kit today and I did get 500 mb rather than 100 mb of data even though I bought the service before the change.

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  5. By this time tomorrow they'll have changed it again

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    1. Not changed yet.. Hopefully it remains same..

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  6. That's good to know. I am currently with H2O and thinking of switching to RedPocket. Does anyone know how much do they charge in terms of taxes and fees on a $10/m plan? Thanks.

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    1. They don't charge anything in taxes or fees on the $10/m plan.

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    2. Red Pocket is based in California and collects MTS from California customers.

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    3. Dennis, are you saying that they charge MTS in California only? and not other states?

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    4. Yes,only brick and mortar sales in California and online sales to California residents are subject to MTS.

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  7. Hey Dennis, does Red Pocket have another oops on its website? On the home page at the tope where it scrolls through different items every few seconds, it shows a plan with unlimited talk text and data(500mb LTE) thats "still only $10" but I can't actually find that plan to purchase.

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    1. To purchase a plan on the Red Pocket site, Click "Plans" in the menu at the top of the page On the next page click "Buy Now" under the $10 plan.

      Works for me in the Chrome browser on my Chromebook.

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  8. Hmm....that's strange. I do the same thing , but instead of showing unlimited TnT and data(that's what it shows on homepage) it only shows option to buy 500 TnT and data/$10

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    1. The $10 plan only has 500 minutes and 500 texts.

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  9. Seems like Red Pocket is a great value, except Red Pocket does not offer call forwarding or 3 way calling...a deal breaker for me.

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  10. I, too, do not see unlimited TnT for $10. That would be a great plan though :) :) :)

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    1. The $10 plan only has 500 minutes and 500 texts. Where are you seeing that it has unlimited?

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  11. On the home page. First slide of the auto scroll.

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    1. Thanks, Dennis. LOL that's what I thought.

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    2. You're right,. I emailed my Red Pocket contact and the typo has been corrected.

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    3. The second screen listed triple unlimited as well. I don't know if that is the same case with it either.

      Dale

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    4. The second slider panel currently lists the $30 plan with does include unlimited T&T.

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    5. But does it come with unlimited data? (triple unlimited)
      Dale

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  12. It says, "Unlimited
    Minutes Unlimited
    Texts 3 GB
    LTE Data
    Unlimited up to 2G speeds thereafter on all four networks"

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    1. That sounds right for the $35 ($30 with autopay) plan.

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  13. NEW eBay Exclusive Red Pocket Mobile deals - 1) Annual Plan - UT&T 1GB of 4G LTE Data $190, monthly average $15.83 2)Annual Plan - 500 Talk, 500 Text, & 500 MB of 4G LTE Data $90, monthly average $7.50

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