It's called Unreal Mobile, and launches today. It offers unlimited talk, text, and data for $10 monthly. The data is1 gigabyte of high speed data; after that your speed will be slowed. You can bring your own phone or buy a new one.
: They now offer SIM cards for GSM phones. SIM cards will work with a GSM Unlocked android or iOS smartphone device (see link under tech info).
If you want more data at unlimited speed, there are other options
$15 for 2G of LTE data + unlimited 2G data
$30 for 5G of LTE data + unlimited 2G data
Voicemail is included in all plans.
500MB of high speed data can roll over monthly, doesn't expire, and it stacks.
Optional: You can upgrade to roll-over up to 1G of data.
Activation is free.
In the link below, when you scroll down the page, it mentions these features:
--Unlimited Talk, Text & Data* starting at $10
--Roll over high-speed data for when you need it
--Get plan bonuses for sticking around
--Share high-speed data with friends
--Simple, clear pricing
--30-Day money-back guarantee
*Unlimited 2G data, just pick your high speed data amount
UNREAL offers normal circuit switched cellular calls and carrier SMS and MMS messaging, differing from Freedompop. A free UNREAL VPN, ad-blocking and VoIP over WiFi app app is included with every plan. The app can also be used for VoIP calling and OTT messaging with your UNREAL number on additional devices like tablets, iPads or second phones. UNREAL Mobile service is currently a CDMA service, compatible with locked to the Sprint network devices.
Here's a link for the tech details: https://www.prepaidphonenews.com/...month.html
Thanks/reps go to monkeybiz for the tech info & link!
: Unreal now has GSM
. It's VoIP calling for now, but "cellular access is in the works and should be available in the near future!
" according to the Unreal rep.
Here's a link to the current GSM details:
Info from the thread
--If interested in bringing your own Sprint locked phone, here's a link explaining the details:
--update: PORTING is now available. Click here for more info:
You can also read the wiki below for clarifications and answers to FAQ.