Carrier Net10 Wireless Launches New Plans

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  1. 869639, Feb 8, 2014
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    869639 macrumors 6502

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    It appears Net10 is now offering the following new plans: http://www.net10wireless.com/#/plans/monthly

    $40 Plan
    - Unlimited Talk + Text + MMS + 500MB "High-Speed Data" + Unlimited 2G/Slow data

    $60 Plan
    - Unlimited Talk + Text + MMS + 3.5GB "High-Speed Data" + Unlimited 2G/Slow data

    $75 Plan
    - Unlimited Talk + Text + MMS + 5GB "High-Speed Data" + Unlimited 2G/Slow data

    Net10 Wireless Still has the Standard $50 2.5GB Plan [$45 w/ AutoPay]


    Vs AIO Wireless:

    $40 Plan [$35 w/ Autopay]:
    - Unlimited Talk + Text + MMS + 500MB "High-Speed Data" + Unlimited 2G/Slow data

    - $50 Plan [$45 w/ Autopay]
    - Unlimited Talk + Text + MMS + 2.5GB "High-Speed Data" + Unlimited 2G/Slow data

    $60 Plan [$55 w/ Autopay]
    - Unlimited Talk + Text + MMS + 5GB "High-Speed Data" + Unlimited 2G/Slow data

    AIO $60 [$55 w/ AutoPay] plan beats:
    - H2O Wireless $60 Plan = Offers International Calling / AIO = LTE Access + More Data
    - GoSmart $45 Plan / AIO = LTE Access + Better Coverage
    - Go Red Pocket $60 Plan = Offers International Calling / AIO = LTE Access + More Data
    - Simple Mobile $60 Plan / AIO = LTE Access + Better Coverage
    - AT&T GoPhone $60 Plan / AIO = More Data for $5 Less!
    - Net10 Wireless $75 Plan / AIO is cheaper by $5-$20 and gives same coverage + more/same Data!


    AIO Wireless has removed the $70 / 7GB Data Plan


    Conclusion:
    It seems that AT&T is giving the MVNO's run for their money with its AIO brand as its beating its own GoPhone plan prices and Net10 seems to have pulled a bad move with its pricing as its worse than AT&T's AIO Wireless prices
     
  2. dickdaney macrumors regular

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    I switched from a $94 Verizon plan to the $40 ($35 w/autopay) ail plan and couldn't be happier. Biggest drawback to AIO is that you get routed through a proxy server for data, so ping times are 150-400ms.

    I was under contract with verizon for another year and I'll recoup my ETF charge in 4 months.

    If you have no need for feathering, don't roam often, and get good AT&T coverage in your area I recommend switching to an AT&T MVNO.
     
  3. 869639 thread starter macrumors 6502

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    Ya AT&T MOVO's always save everyone money thanks to their great offering along with superior coverage. It will be nice if AT&T drops the price on the GoPhone $60 Plan because that one is not routed through a proxy server and ping is always <100.

    I'm moving down to Straight Talk from AT&T GoPhone $60 plan to save some money, bought a 3 month refill for $125.99 from Walmart taxes in recently = $42.xx/month vs $60/month. I use less than 2GB Data/month over cellular as I am connected to WiFi more often so it works out great.
     
  4. 869639 thread starter macrumors 6502

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    I would like to add that Tracfone [Owned by American Movil] now officially consists of:

    - Straight Talk
    - Net10
    - Tracfone Wireless
    - Simple Mobile <--- Newest edition


    Simple Mobile plans will now offer LTE access via AT&T as well and 4G HSPA+42 via T-Mobile.

    They have already started implementing the changes on their site [though not completed yet].
     

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