Republic Wireless Clear Choice Plans Announced For July 2016
Following the last week’s announcement on adding new GSM partner and 7 new smartphones, Republic Wireless revealed new prepaid service plans. New Republic Wireless Clear Choice Plans will be available in July 2016 to accompany new phones and second carrier partner. New plans are much more competitive price wise than current plans which are compatible with Sprint phones. The Clear Choice Plans come with more cellular data, but without “refund” option (refunds users’ unused data at the end of the month), which became almost a trademark of Republic Wireless.
New Republic Wireless Clear Choice Plans
New Clear Choice Plans, also known as Republic 3.0 plans, range from $15 to $90 per month. They include:
- $15 plan – unlimited talk and text and WiFi data
- $20 plan – unlimited talk, text and WiFi data plus 1GB of cellular data
- $30 plan – unlimited talk, text and WiFi data plus 2GB of cellular data
- $45 plan – unlimited talk, text and WiFi data plus 4GB of cellular data
- $60 plan – unlimited talk, text and WiFi data plus 6GB of cellular data
- $90 plan – unlimited talk, text and WiFi data plus 10GB of cellular data
All Republic Wireless Clear Choice plans include Voice roaming (calling, texting, and picture messaging but no data roaming) and tethering. New plans are compatible only with new GSM handsets (Republic’s 3.0 phones) that carrier has announce for July: Moto X Pure, Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, Samsung Galaxy J3 (2016), Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. If customers already have one of these phones, they can bring it to Republic Wireless (BYOP) and activate it with their service.
Ones cellular data are used up on Clear Choice plans, customers cannot add additional data but they can upgrade to the plan that satisfies their data needs. However, ones they make a change, Republic will continue to renew the latest change unless customers set up going back to the desired plan after upgrade.
New Republic Wireless Clear Choice plans so not include international features but customers who travel with GSM phones can get a local SIM card and have service at local rates. New plans don’t include taxes and fees so additional cost will be added at the end of each month.
Republic Wireless will continue to offer Republic Wireless 2.0 plans that work with Sprint CDMA 2.0 phones – Moto E (1st and 2nd Gen.), Moto G (1st and 3rd Gen.), and Moto X (1st and 2nd Gen.).
Republic Wireless 3.0 phones work only on T-Mobile network currently but the carrier is working with Sprint to offer Republic Wireless 3.0 phones on their CDMA network.
Source: Republic Wireless