The last few years have more and more mobile virtual network operators cropping up in the United States wireless market, making the MVNO industry more competitive than it has ever been. The latest to join in on the fun is Mango Mobile. The company had actually launched last month rather quietly so it is pretty understandable that most mobile users still don’t know who this new player is and what it offers.
For the record, Mango Mobile offers several wireless plans at various tiers, and even including unlimited worldwide text messaging. For instance, one option costs $19 and already comes with unlimited voice calls, plus $5 of global talk free of charge and a hundred megabytes of LTE data each month. Another plan, still costing $19, offers 250 minutes of voice calls, $5 of free international talk as well as 1 gigabyte of LTE data. For those who can afford $25 a month, Mango Mobile also has a plan that features unlimited voice calls, $10 of free worldwide calls, and 1 gigabyte of LTE data. Looking for a plan with more than one line of service? Mango Mobile also offers a multiline plan that costs $16 a month for each line of service. With each mobile plan, customers are free to purchase extra data allotments.
America’s newest MVNO reportedly leases network capacity from major US wireless carrier T-Mobile, and is positioning its brand identity as an operator that delivers competitively priced 4G LTE service all the time. When customers go beyond their monthly data allowances, Mango Mobile does not throttle their data, but does urge users to purchase more as needed without worrying about paying for it upfront. It is presumed that customers who choose not to purchase more data are hard capped, and they will not able to enjoy access to additional data until their billing cycle starts again. With regards to the rates of its international voice calls, the prices vary each minute and depending on the exact price plan the customer is availing of.
As indicated in its official website, Mango Mobile is selling its services online and in independent retail outlets. And it bears noting that this new MVNO is a brand of Red Pocket Mobile, which began about a decade ago, and was known as a provider that offered mobile services on any of the Big Four carriers in the US, namely Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint.
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