Page Plus Cellular's recent plan changes which include more data on the $29.95 and $39.95 plans and lower overage rates on all monthly plans priced at $29.95 and higher are now live (details here).
However there is another change to the monthly plans that hasn't happened yet. That change will effect what happens when a monthly plan expires because there aren't sufficient funds in the account to renew.
Currently, a few hours after expiration, monthly plans switch to pay as you go with rates of 12¢/minute, 5¢/text and 99¢/MB of data.
Sometime soon, if the expired plan holder's account balance is at least $5 at the moment the plan expires, Page Plus will charge for usage on the expired plan at the new overage rates of 5¢ per voice minute, text or MB of data. The new lower overage rates will remain in effect indefinitely provided the user adds at least $10/month to the account. This is a positive change for monthly plan users who are short on cash or just forgetful.
To me, the most exciting part of these changes is that they will also make it possible to use a monthly plan as a pay as go plan with rates of 5¢ per voice minute, 5¢ per text message and 5¢ per MB of data and a $10 monthly minimum payment. Over at the Kitty Wireless Forum, they have dubbed this new "plan" the Monthly Expired Bundle-in-Limbo Solution (MEBILS).
However these changes haven't happened yet. I don't know if they have just been delayed or if Page Plus management changed their minds. As far as I know the MEBILS feature was never publicly announced or confirmed by anyone in Page Plus management, but was communicated to Page Plus authorized users. I will publish an update when I know more.