Puppy Wireless reveals pricing of LTE plans
Verizon MVNO Puppy Wireless, a subsidiary of Page Plus Cellular’s online dealer Kitty Wireless, has revealed the cost of LTE service plans that carrier is about to launch in a few days. Puppy Wireless and Selectel have both recently announced that they will launch LTE service on June 1, 2015. While Selectel’s LTE plans have leaked, Puppy Wireless has revealed its on Kitty’s website.
Starting June 1, 2015, when Puppy Wireless gets access to LTE, the $7.95, $9.95, $11.95 and $14.95 monthly plans will cost more. The cost will be increased for $3 per month but the same plans will also get more data; each will include 50MB. The 4G LTE plans that will be more expensive are:
- $10.95 – includes 50 minutes, 50 messages and 50MB of data (was $7.95 with 5MB)
- $12.95 – includes 150 minutes, 150 messages and 50MB of data (was $9.95 with 15MB)
- $14.95 – includes 250 minutes, 250 messages and 50MB of data (was $11.95 with 25MB)
- $17.95 – includes 350 minutes, 350 messages and 50MB of data (was $14.95 with 35MB)
Other Puppy’s plans remain the same:
- $13.00 – includes 5 minutes, 2000 messages and 5MB of data (mega texting plan)
- $19.95 – includes 300 minutes, 300 messages and 300MB of data
- $22.00 – includes 5 minutes, 4000 messages and 5MB of data (mega texting plan)
- $24.95 – includes 400 minutes, 400 messages and 400MB of data
- $29.95 – includes 750 minutes, 750 messages and 1GB of data
- $29.95 – includes 1200 minutes, 3000 messages and 500MB of data
- $39.95 – includes unlimited minutes, unlimited messages and 1GB of data
- $55.00 – includes unlimited minutes, unlimited messages and 3GB of data
Puppy is also offering overage rates: 5 cents per minute, 5 cents per message and 5 cents per MB of data. In order to access them, there must be a cash balance on users’ accounts.
Now that getting LTE on Selectel and Puppy Wireless is official, we’ll see how long it will take for other Verizon MVNOs to join in. For now, except these two providers, TracFone’s subsidiaries gained access to Verizon LTE.
Source: Kitty Wireless