Mobile virtual network operator US Mobile has recently debuted its Unlimited WiFi offering, which is basically a WiFi plan that delivers unlimited access to WiFi on 20 premiere airlines like American Airlines, Delta, and Virgin America. On top of that, this plan lets mobile users enjoy access to at least 35 million hotspots in the United States and more than 60 million WiFi hotspots in over 120 countries across the globe, for a flat fee of $10 a month, with customers allowed to connect one handset for each plan.
Mobile virtual network operator US Mobile recently announced that it will be launching on the biggest 4G LTE network in America in summer of this year. Even though the MVNO did not disclose the identities of its infrastructure partners, it did tease that it will be working with two of the best mobile networks in the United States.
Unlimited data offerings may have picked up in popularity in the last few months, but it is good to know that for those who do not want to get an unlimited plan, there are still mobile operators out there that let consumers pay only for the wireless services they actually consume. One such example of a provider is US Mobile.
Each person has his own specific set of mobile requirements, i.e. a certain range of voice call minutes, number of text messages, and quantity of data megabytes used per month. Of course, these may change from time to time, but generally, not by much on a monthly basis. But what often happens is that consumers are forced to avail of mobile plans that just offer too much for their wireless needs. And it gets trickier especially when users find themselves getting a plan that has the right amount of voice call minutes and text messages, but offering too much data than what is needed. The result is that people end up paying for more than what they actually consume.
US Mobile is no longer just that small mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) that uses T-Mobile’s network. It now has the distinction of being the first wireless carrier in the United States to legitimately carry mobile devices made by Chinese phone makers Xiaomi and Meizu. American mobile carriers may be forgiven for never having heard of both these smartphone brands, but via US Mobile, Xiaomi and Meizu now have an access way into the US market.
US Mobile is a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) that uses T-Mobile’s network, and it is one of a few carriers out there that adopt a pricing structure that is more flexible. Similar to what Ting (an MVNO operating on Sprint’s network) is doing, US Mobile makes clever use of a tiered pricing model that basically allows customers to customize their own wireless plans by merging different monthly buckets of voice call minutes, number of text messages, and data usage.
Just recently, US Mobile has announced that it is lowering the prices of some of its voice and data plans. The latest changes are summarized as follows:
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