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UNREAL Mobile Reveals Two New Multi-Month Plans

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FreedomPop-owned UNREAL Mobile has unveiled two new plans under its lineup. These new plans are offered under AT&T's network as multi-month plans.

In detail, these new plans include the following:

  • $99 Annual Plan - This plan includes 1GB of 4G LTE data every month for 12 months. The $99 rate is an upfront annual payment that translates to a monthly cost of $8.25. 
  • $60 for 3 Months of Service - This plan includes 5GB of 4G LTE data every month for 3 months. It also has a 14-day free trial and an account setup fee of only 1¢. Once the trial is over, the $60 becomes due. This plan costs $20 per month. 

These two plans include a free 3-in-1 SIM card, which eliminates the need to pay $14.99 for the SIM card. There is also a 30-day money back guarantee include in your plan purchase. Mobile hotspot/tethering is not allowed.

UNREAL Mobile customers under GSM-based plans need to use VoIP to make phone calls and send/receive text messages. If you are interested in getting either of the two new plans, you can simply download the VoIP app so you can start making calls. 



Source: UNREAL Mobile (12)  

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  1. These people are trying so hard to convince customers they are NOT like FP, the harder they try the more they become FP. Why on earth would you associate yourself with one of the most hated MVNO's in the country?

    In another forum there was a supposed member of the Unreal team answering questions however the problem was, just like FP all the answers were non committal and vague--just like FP. The harder they try the deeper the hole they dig! Will a business like this never learn?

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  2. They will find out it is FP right away when they go to their cart to check out to find out that the company has illicitly switched the reasonably priced plan that they chose with a ridiculously overpriced plan that no one would ever choose knowingly.

    and they do this with full intent of fraud. There can't be any other explanation.

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  3. I would rather pay Verizon a little extra and know I can use my phone and data almost anywhere than mess with these fly by night mvnos

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  4. oh come on. haha what a bunch of ugly sounding haters lol. personally have UNREAL on an iphone right now on the $10 plan. it's not horrible. it's on AT&T and NOT on sprint. great for a cheap data phone when not on my wifi.

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  5. True if you’re poor or don’t want to spend a lot of money Unreal is a good option. If you must have real talk and text buy H2O or mint services or even red pocket.

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  6. geez would say don't be such know-nothing critics until you actually try it, pay for it, and use it. really hate how there are always nobodys who immediately bash cell providers on this site in the comments. anyways, myself carry three phones. my third phone is on unreal for $10/month. have been looking to cut costs having three phones and unreal on at&t fits the bill for me. signed up when they started offering their at&t sim cards. yeah only 1GB LTE for the $10/month but still get unlimited data afterwards. really don't matter if on wifi most of the time anyways, and unreal on third backup phone, it uses little data and will never exhaust the 1GB. using GV for main number forwarding to all three phones. having the GV is really to make sure emergency calls from my elderly parents (who myself take care of) get to me because had cell blackout situations before on different carriers and want all my bases covered (tmo sprint at&t). now the big cost cutting advantage for me is this: (1) unreal is on at&t (where else can you get at&t for ten bucks per month); (2) unlimited minutes (with a reasonable minimal amount of LTE data); and (3) have unreal set to receive calls via cellular!!! incoming calls get through. none of the ridiculous voip incoming no-ring call problems. and in a pinch can make GV outgoing calls using the truphone-trick of doing a callback/ringback to do outgoing call so it is a cellular call. pretty much avoid the voip nonsense. and it's on at&t at a bargain dirt cheap price.

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