Mobile Broadband Internet On The Go Lowers The Cost Of Its Forever Data Plans
Mobile broadband MVNO Internet on the Go that uses Sprint network to provide service has recently made positive changes to its prepaid plan offerings. Internet On The Go lowers the cost of its mobile broadband Forever Data plans while amount of data that’s included in the plans remain the same. The $10 plan with 300 MB of data now costs $9, which is $1 less. The $25 plan with 1 GB of data is now $6 cheaper and costs $19, while $45 plan with 2 GB of data is now available for $39, which is also $6 off.
Internet On The Go Forever Data plans
After this change, Walmart exclusive mobile broadband Internet On The Go Forever Data plans include:
- $9 plan includes 300 MB of data (was $10)
- $19 plan includes 1 GB of data (was $25)
- $39 plan includes 2 GB of data (was $45)
Data on Internet On The Go plans never expire as long as users keep their account active. To keep the service active, customers need to use at least 1 MB of data every 60 days. However, to use mobile broadband service, customers need to purchase an Internet On The Go mobile hotspot.
Currently, the carrier is offering discounts on its website on mobile hotspots. The D-Link Mobile Hotspot (certified pre-owned) is 70% off of regular cost, $97 and customers can purchase it for $29. The UniMax 4G LTE hotspot is 60% off of its regular $99 price tag so customers can get it for $39. Additionally, both hotspots include up to 1,000 MB of free Forever Data for a limited time.
Lowering the cost of Internet On The Go plans without decreasing the amount of data is a nice change. Previously, the carrier was following the trend on decreasing amount of data without lowering the plan’s cost.
TruConnect Mobile LLC provides Internet on the Go service.
Source: Internet On The Go