Jolt Mobile Changes Pay Go $20 Plan, Reminds Users Of 2G Network Shutdown
AT&T MVNO Jolt Mobile made same changes to its Pay As You Go offerings. Its $20 plan that used to offer 120 days of service is now a 60-day plan. Also, the plan was offering 300 MB of 3G/4G data as oppose to current 200 MB of data. In addition, pay as you go rate for megabyte on $20 PayGo plan has been increased. The rate went up from 6.6¢ per megabyte to 10¢ per megabyte or MMS.
Jolt Mobile Pay Go Plans
Now that Jolt Mobile changed the $20 option, the Pay Go plans look like this:
- $15/30 days plan – 250 minutes (6¢ per minute) or 500 texts (3¢ send or receive) or 30 MB (50¢ per megabyte) of 3G/4G data
- $20/120 days plan – 200 minutes (10¢ per minute) or 200 texts (10¢ send or receive) or 200 MB (10¢ per megabyte) of 3G/4G data – (was 300 MB and 6.6¢ per megabyte)
Jolt Mobile monthly unlimited plans remain the same. There are three options, the $25, $40 and $55, which offer 100 MB, 1 GB and 5 GB of 3G/4G data, respectively. In addition to high speed data allotments, all plans include unlimited talk and global text. The $40 and the $55 plans also come with $1 free international call credit.
Jolt Mobile 2G Network Shutdown
Jolt Mobile also reminds customers that AT&T’s 2G network will shut down at the end of the year. Customers who are using 2G device will lose their service on January 1, 2017. After December 31, 2016 they won’t be able to make or receive calls (not even emergency calls), send or receive messages, or use data. To be able to continue using service on Jolt Mobile, customers with 2G devices will need to upgrade to 3G/4G handsets. If not, their account will be active only until it expires and then it will be canceled. Carrier will not be offering refund on airtime.
Source: Jolt Mobile