AT&T MVNOs introduce changes: Air Voice adds new $10/month plan, H2O Wireless lowers rates to Pay As You Go plan
Both AT&T MVNOs, Air Voice Wireless and H2O Wireless, have been introducing certain changes and novelties in their plans. Air Voice adds new $10/month PAYGO plan while H2O Wireless brings in radical changes to its Pay As You Go plan. Read more
Two months ago, H2O Wireless has cut off data on its $60 unlimited plan two times within a few days period. From being “unlimited” for couple of months since the initial launch in September, their plan went to being limited to 3GB of data allotment and just few days afterwards, the cap was lowered to 2GB. This time, H2O limits data to 1GB. In addition, what this plan ones included, $20 worth international call credit, is now only $10. Read more
AT&T’s MVNO H2O Wireless recently lunched unlimited plan with unlimited talk, text, MMS and data for a $60 without any limitation but that’s changed now. As from this week, there is a clear sign on its website, positioned right behind the data part that says “(3GB+)”, so H2O limits its $60 Unlimited Plan to 3 GB of data usage.
Update: Within just few days, H2O made a change to its $60 Unlimited Plan for the second time. What ones was unlimited data, then data limited to 3 GB of usage now is only 2 GB of allowed data, starting 11/8/11. So now the whole concept of this article is changed or is it? The only thing that we cannot be happy about any more is feeling better about having more data usage than H2O’s competitors Red Pocket Mobile and Jolt Mobile. Now, all three of them offer the same, 2 GB of data so we were too happy too soon. Read more