From Saturday on, Virgin Mobile will offer better prepaid plans for those customers who have bought a Virginia phone. In order for the customer to benefit the offer, the mobile phone should also be purchased from Wal-Mart. These new pricing plans will offer different data plans without having to sign any contract.
Every pricing plan will offer unlimited talk and texting. Data packages will make the pricing difference. For example, a double line sharing of 4G of data will cost 65 dollars per month. For a three- line sharing of 8G customers need to pay 90 dollars while for a four-line sharing of 12G, users should pay 115 dollars per month.
The original plan was entitled Virgin Mobile Custom and it was designed especially for families. Family members were able to communicate between themselves via text message or calls or even data. Moreover, the new Virgin Mobile Custom is not as customizable as the name may suggest. However, it indeed offers unlimited voice calls or texting. These are considered additional features which customers should benefit from as soon as possible.
This new adopted plan previously launched by Wal-Mart offers three data plans without any contract. To put it in a nutshell, in order to benefit from Virgin Mobile’s new offers, customers need to purchase a Virginia mobile phone from Wal-Mart.
To continue with, Virgin plans allow their customers to purchase special service packages. These wireless prepaid packages include unlimited access to certain applications like Pandora, Twitter or Facebook. There is an extra 5 dollar fee in order to enjoy those social or entertainment applications. This unique opportunity was seen as being the greatest of the year in regards with prepaid services.
Another first in prepaid industries will be the absence of a contract in data-sharing plans. Most wireless carriers plea for such a data service plan. Benefiting from unlimited voice, data and text at the same time is ideal for most people.
Still, there are only a few available smartphones that can handle a 4G LTE. Wal-Mart is provided with HTC Desire 510, LG Tribute and Volt and Samsung Galaxy Core Prime. However, the company announces more mobile devices are to appear in February.
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