Internet On The Go Reduces The Cost Of $39/2 GB Forever Data Plan To $29
Sprint MVNO Internet On The Go that provides Mobile Broadband service has ones again reduced the cost of its top priced Forever Data plan. Internet On The Go reduces the cost of $39/2 GB Forever Data plan to $29. Couple of months ago, the carrier has lowered the costs of all of its Forever Data plans. Prior to that, the $39/2GB plan was available for $45, the $19/1GB plan for $25 while $9/300 MB plan was $10.
Internet On The Go Forever Data Plans
After reducing the cost of the $39 plan for $10, the Internet On The Go Forever Data plans look like this:
- $9 plan – 300 MB of data
- $19 plan – 1 GB of data
- $29 plan – 2 GB of data (was $39)
As the name of the plans suggest, data included in plans last forever, won’t expire, as long as users keep the account active. The account is active if at least 1 MB of data is used every 60 days. Internet On The Go service can be purchased in Walmart stores.
Internet On The Go Promotions
To activate mobile broadband with Internet On The Go, customers need to purchase a mobile hotspot from the carrier. The promotion from the last time that carrier has lowered the cost of the plans is still valid. The D-Link Mobile Hotspot, certified pre-owned, costs $29, which is 70% off of its regular $97 cost. The UniMax 4G LTE hotspot costs $39, which is 60% off of its regular $99 price tag. Currently, the UniMax 4G LTE is out of stock.
Unfortunately, up to 1,000 MB of free Forever Data that were included with hotspot purchase is no longer offered. However, customers can take advantage of a trial period. Those who purchase a D-Link Mobile Hotspot can get first two plans, $9/300MB and $19/1GB plan, for free and $29/2GB plan for just $19. Ones customers run out of their free data, they will be charged at plans’ regular rates.
Source: Internet On The Go