Thread DetailsLast Edited by BJSpack May 24, 2016 at 02:54 PM
Existing customers will be able to keep their old plans, but new customers (or existing who upgrade) will have the following new plans available to them:
$15 Unlimited Talk, Text, and WiFi Data
$20 Unlimited Talk, Text, and WiFi Data + 1GB of Cell Data
$30 Unlimited Talk, Text, and WiFi Data + 2GB of Cell Data
$45 Unlimited Talk, Text, and WiFi Data + 4GB of Cell Data
$60 Unlimited Talk, Text, and WiFi Data + 6GB of Cell Data
$90 Unlimited Talk, Text, and WiFi Data + 10GB of Cell Data
Historically republic's cell data has been on the Sprint network, they have announced that a second carrier "who boasts the nation's fastest 4G LTE network" (presumably T-mobile) will now be what is used for these plans. Old plans will still stay on Sprint while new ones are switched to this new carrier. Their post indicates that they plan to also have the new plans available for Sprint by year end.
In comparison, for Google fi you pay $20 for the base talk, text, & wifi and then $10 per GB of data, so each of the republic plans cost less than the comparable Google fi plans.
The new Republic phone offerings include:
$399 Moto X Pure Edition (XT1575)
$349 Nexus 5X by LG (LGH790)
$499 Nexus 6P by Huawei (H1511)
$179 Samsung Galaxy J3 (2016) (SM-J320A)
$599 Samsung Galaxy S6 (SM-G920T)
$699 Samsung Galaxy S7 (SM-G930U)
$799 Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge (SM-G935U)
New phones and plans will all be available in July 2016.