H2O Offers 3GB On $30 Plan Instead Of 2GB For New Customers
AT&T MVNO H2O Wireless is running a new promotion for new customers. From July 1, 2017, H2O offers 3GB on $30 plan instead of 2GB for those who activate new line of service or port their number to H2O from another carrier. Additional 1GB of 4G LTE data on the $30 plan is available until midnight ET on September 30, 2017.
With this promotion, new customers get the same amount of data that they would regularly get with the $35/3GB data plan. In addition, 3GB of data is actually available for $27 per month as with autopay, all H2O Wireless plans are eligible for 10% discount.
Besides 3GB of data during promotional period, customers who take advantage of it would also get unlimited talk, text and data throttled to 2G after high speed data allotment, unlimited international text, unlimited international calling and texting to over 50 countries plus $10 international calling credit.
The promotion cannot be combined with other H2O promotions.
H2O Wireless Plans
H2O recently changed its plans for better by adding more data, if we don’t count promotional amounts, but also has started throttling LTE data. Just like Cricket Wireless, which is AT&T’s prepaid brand, H2O now throttles LTE to 8 Mbps and HSPA+ to 4 Mbps. Carrier’s prepaid monthly plans include:
- $30 ($27.00 with autopay) – unlimited talk, text and data with 2 GB at high speed (3GB for new lines until Sept. 30)
- $35 ($31.50 with autopay) – unlimited talk, text and data with 3 GB high speed data
- $40 ($36.00 with autopay) – unlimited talk, text and data with 6 GB high speed data
- $50 ($45.00 with autopay) – unlimited talk, text and data with 8 GB high speed data
- $60 ($54.00 with autopay) – unlimited talk, text and data with 10 GB high speed data
All plans also come with unlimited international calling and texting to over 50 countries. The $30 and $35 plan include $10 international calling credit while the rest of the plans offer $20 credit. There is no roaming and tethering allowed.
Source: H2O Wireless