The People’s Operator is not like any wireless carrier. Not just a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) that leases network capacity from major wireless carrier Sprint in the United States (in the United Kingdom, it uses Everything Everywhere’s network), the People’s Operator claims that it is the only existing mobile network service provider that donates a tenth of the customers’ monthly payment to the charity or cause of their choice, and the MVNO does this at no cost to the customer.
Well this week, the wireless carrier gives mobile users another reason to avail of its services (apart from feeling good while enjoying an affordable mobile phone deal) -- The People’s Operator is now made available on both CDMA and GSM networks. This could mean basically that anybody now can go and avail of The People’s Operator’s smartphone plans.
The People’s Operator was originally launched back in 2012 in the United Kingdom. The wireless carrier has since crossed the Atlantic ocean, and now operates in the US market using the network of major wireless carrier Sprint. The company currently offers a total of five plan options, with each option made available at $5 less if the customer chooses to pay his bill automatically by way of Auto Pay. Here are the plans:
Kind Plan ($14 a month with Auto Pay, $19 a month without Auto Pay) -- Offering 1,000 minutes of voice calls, unlimited text messaging, and 500 megabytes of data
Noble Plan ($25 a month with Auto Pay, $30 a month without Auto Pay) -- Offering unlimited voice call minutes, unlimited text messaging, and 2 gigabytes of data
Caring Plan ($35 a month with Auto Pay, $40 a month without Auto Pay) -- Offering unlimited voice call minutes, unlimited text messaging, and 3 gigabytes of data
Hero Plan ($40 a month with Auto Pay, $45 a month without Auto Pay) -- Offering unlimited voice call minutes, unlimited text messaging, and 5 gigabytes of data
Gracious Plan ($60 a month with Auto Pay, $65 a month without Auto Pay) -- Offering unlimited voice call minutes, unlimited text messaging, and 7 gigabytes of data
The People’s Operator also offers international calling services, which are typically charged on a per minute rate, starting from $0.10 a minute depending on which territory. When mobile users do go over their high speed data allotments every month, there are no overages. What happens instead is that the data service will be slowed down to 64 kbps until the next billing cycle begins.
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