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Page Plus Makes New Changes to Its Plan Options

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Page Plus Cellular has given its plan options a new update.

This is the second time this year that the TracFone-owned MVNO updated its plans. The big change that the Verizon MVNO did this time around is increasing the data allotment on a couple plans.

With the new changes, Page Plus Cellular now offers these plan options:

  • $12 per month plan - includes 500 minutes, 500 text messages, 100 MB hard capped data 
  • $29.95 per month plan - includes unlimited talk, text and international text, 3GB of LTE data (before only 2GB)
  • $39.95 per month plan - includes unlimited talk, text and international text, 8GB of LTE data (before only 5GB)
  • $55 per month plan - includes unlimited talk, text and international text, and unlimited LTE data

The plans that cost $29.95 and above also come with a $10 international calling credit. Page Plus has limited video streaming by up to 480p. The unlimited wireless plan also has a 60GB LTE data per month threshold. Once the customer goes over this cap, service may be suspended.

Taxes and fees are not included and cost extra.


Source: Page Plus Cellular  

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  1. Is hotspot/tethering feature included in the 30$ & above plans?

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  2. It's just another one of Carlos Slime's companies. Do yourself a favor and go either with a carrier-owned MVNO or a carrier prepaid offering. You'll have a lot easier time. Choose from Boost, Metro, and/or Cricket. If those 3 don't appeal to you, T-Mobile, Verizon, and AT&T each have their own prepaid offerings. A non-carrier owned MVNO is more trouble than it is worth.

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    1. Cricket was bought out by AT&T and is therefore their carrier prepaid option.

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    2. Anon 5:06 -- come one, you understood what Anon 10:20 meant.

      AT&T Prepaid, Verizon Prepaid, and T-Mobile Prepaid are usually understood as being the carriers' official prepaid offerings, while Cricket, Visible, and Metro are generally understood as being the carriers' in-house MVNOs.

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  3. Or just use MintMobile, unless Verizon is the only service that works in your area.

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  4. Not true... Simple Mobile is a great MVNO..much better than Metro

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