Straight Talk $35 month plan. The new plan offers unlimited talk, text and data, with the first 500 MB of data at full speed and the rest throttled. He snapped a photo of the display and shared it with Prepaid Phone News on Facebook. No airtime cards for the new $35 plan were available at Walmart and there's no mention of the plan on the Straight Talk site so it appears the plan isn't actually available yet.
It certainly makes sense for Straight Talk to have a $35 unlimited plan as most of its competitors, including Boost Mobile, Virgin Mobile, GoSmart and (with autopay) Cricket already do. Straight Talk's pricing isn't particularly competitive however. Boost, Cricket and GoSmart include a full 1GB of high speed data and Boost and Cricket have a higher throttled data speed of 128 Kbps vs. Straight Talk's 64 Kbps. As Straight Talk has a history of undercutting everyone on price I'm surprised they didn't include at least 1.5 GB of high speed data with the plan.
Straight Talk does have one big advantage in that it's available on each of the four networks. Boost, Cricket and GoSmart are on Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile respectively, so when the Straight Talk plan goes live, it will be the only $35/month unlimited everything plan on Verizon.
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