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Save $20 on Red Pocket Mobile's Annual eBay Plan

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Red Pocket Mobile, an MVNO operating under the networks of all four major carriers, has just announced a price drop on its annual eBay plan.

Normally, the plan sells for $240 per year and includes unlimited talk, text and 5GB of 4G LTE data. Instead of this price, customers can expect to pay only $220 per year. This comes out to around $18.33 per month.

If you are interested in this eBay plan, you'll be pleased to know that it works on either AT&T and Sprint. This gives you more liberty to choose a carrier that you are most comfortable with.


Source: BestMVNO



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    1. HUH? Move along then! This is a great deal.

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  2. When will they add the Verizon netwoor to this one ?

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    1. Maybe never. Verizon likely charges Red Pocket higher wholesale rates than AT&T or Sprint. Red Pocket has other, more expensive, plans on Verizon.

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  3. not sure about this company.

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    1. The company has been around for 12 years. The majority of people using their services haven't had any problems with them.

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    2. They've been around for awhile now. I've used their annual plan with no problems for a couple of years now. As always, you do have some risk with annual plans from MVNOs, but for some it's worth the risk.

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    3. Sadly non-carrier MVNOs have a lot of uncertainty. Buying yearly is risky. Just look at PTel it was in business for 15 years and just shutdown within days no refunds

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    4. PTEL relied too much on small local dealers and their website, and they had a lot of trouble transitioning to GSM. They gave away a lot of free and half-price airtime but still lost too many customers. In the end they could not recover. They were privately owned, and the owner was smart and decided not to lose more money.
      Most MVNOs don't have network transition problems, and Ting had deep corporate backing to fall back on during their expansion to GSM. They struggled with massive CS workload, had to hire many people and gave some free promo airtime.
      Using PTEL as an excuse to pass on real bargains will cost you.

      Having said that, I think Airvoice may be hurting. They have to rely on Safelink income now, and had to hire a lot of CS workers to hold hands. Plans are stale. Their long CS wait times had not improved after 3 months, so we moved to Pure TalkUSA and got a better plan with faster mobile data for our iPhones (Airvoice could not afford to be an Apple Partner, and their iPhone profile only allowed HSPA). Airvoice is privately owned and they can easily pull the plug if losses rise.

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  4. overt desperation

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    1. Since when is a sale "overt desperation" ?
      Desperation is a fpop user!

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    2. Sheesh. On one hand, you people complain when pricing isn't to your liking. And then when it is, "overt desperation."

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    3. We have many readers who complain on blogs for a living. Nothing is too good to criticize here. Feed the beasts. It drives up ad revenue.

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  5. Why did I think they were owned by América Movil? According to website they are american owned. Hmmm... I must have been wrong I guess.

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    1. Give it time.

      Eventually all MVNOs will be owned by Shady Slim.

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    2. Correct, they are NOT a Movil/Trac brand. The few times I have needed their CS it has been OK. I don't have any recent Movil "CS" experience since I refuse to deal with them based on consistently horrific experience in the past. Someone here once commented calling Movil CS the "customer disservice circus" ;)

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    3. "Shady Slim" LOL

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  6. I have the $5 per month yearly plan. It’s great for my kids. 500mb data and 100 talk and text. They hardly talk being kids and they text mostly on iMessage which use minuscule data. I also bought one for grandma who uses it even less. Only to call me to send uber to pick her up from the casino.

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    1. Low use plans are greatly underserved on most MVNOs. I have a could of family members on the $10/month plan. Some of the best deals out there for low use plans.

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  7. I have the $179 per year 1 GB/1,000 min/unlimited txt Red Pocket plan for the 2nd year now. There have been improvements with the onboard app, and more recently the addition of included international calls. It's not perfect, but for less than 15 bucks a month I'm well satisfied, and don't need to deal with the big guys.

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  8. They came out with the deal to get get basically the same plan, only on AT&T. I tried to get it when my plan expired but the told me the only way was to get a new sim card. Well, I needed my phone and couldn't wait a week to receive it. Fine, so I took what their phone support said was the same plan for $5 more. I didn't get a full 5 gb of data, more like 3.5 according to my counter in my phone which has always been accurate, even with other red pocket plans. What the phone says and what they say have been in perfect sync .So I went to 2g then, but with 10 days left in the month I get a message in Spanish that I can only get means I am out of data since I no longer had 2g either. I didn't get much of a value for my $35. I had good experience with them on the $10 plan with 500 of everything but i really want that extra data. I'm leary to sign up for a year of anything with them now

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  9. I've been watching this 18.33 plan on Ebay everyday for two weeks.It's not new to me. Anyone else?

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  10. I bought the 500/500/500 plan on Verizon for about $95. I couldn't get a Moto G4 Play to work (it had been on Tello); fortunately the SIM card worked in an LG G5-RS988). The phone has dropped calls unexpectedly. Has anyone had this problem with Redpocket's CDMA-V plans? Data goes quickly--and isn't updated on the dashboard fast enough to buy before running out. Need another phone to buy more data and need to keep tabs on the data usage.

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    1. I've had the Verizon ebay plans for almost 3 years now. I only get dropped calls when I'm in an area with no signal (using Samsung S6). With relation to data usage I found early on I had to shutdown "background" data usage on android apps that didn't need it otherwise I was using up significant amounts of my data allotment while my phone was not being used (in pocket or overnight).

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  11. Set up an account on my.redpocketmobile.com The numbers shown will update almost immediately.

    You may want to check your background data usage settings. One or more of your apps might be using up your precious Mb's. Make sure auto update apps on Google play is set to WiFi only.

    Dale

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    1. Yes agree, data usage shows up almost instantly if you set up an account through "my.redpocketmobile.com". I use it to monitor all 3 accounts & can easily add data if it runs out.

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  12. Can't speak for CDMA-V plan, but have 3 GSMA plans & data use is calculated accurately. No issues with dropped calls either. I left Verizon as they are moving to VoLTE (Voice calls over LTE network)& it sucks for reliability.

    GSMA rocks!!

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