You can also buy shared data plan from Walmart. Sprint’s Virgin has come up with one such program.
The carrier announced today soon its customers can buy a two-line, 4GB plan for $65 a month from the retail giant and a three-line, 8GB plan for $90. For high users they are selling four-line, 12GB plan for $115.
The company says speeds will be reduced to 2G from 3G after the prescribed data is used up.
The new move of Verizon is a step to aggressively lure potential customers to their prepaid business the first quarter is critical due to early tax returns and this drives mobile users to buy more prepaid wireless services.
On Thursday T-Mobile too announced a new set of prepaid plan called as Simply Prepaid. It offers more data at same price in the new program.
For Further Reading:
- AT&T launching shared data plans in August
- Sprint announces unlimited data plan with Apple’s next iPhone
- AT&T Announces Changes In GoPhone Data Plans Effective From June 20
- T-Mobile Introduces Free Data, Text On International Roaming
- How to get non-expiring data plans without contract
- T-Mobile To Unveil Uncarrier 3.0 Plan On October 9 In New York
- Walmart, T-Mobile Announces Discount Price For iPhone 5C
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