Republic Wireless has recently launched a new Refer a Friend Program. The program makes Republic’s customers earn a $19 account credit per every new customer that they bring to sign up for Republic. In order for customer to receive his or her $19 credit, referral needs to be successful. In other words, the referred member needs to sign up and stay at least 30 days with the carrier. When that’s the case, the new referred family member or a friend also receives a $19 credit on his or her account. Read more
Republic Wireless has recently made a Wi-Fi+ application available for download. The Wi-Fi+ app helps Republic customers to improve Wi-Fi connectivity and monitor their Wi-Fi offload. It helps locate the available hotspots, test the connections for the quality and log in automatically without any effort required from the customers. Read more
Republic Wireless has introduced a new option for customers that would like to join them and take advantage of their affordable unlimited service but cannot afford the Defy XT’s $249 upfront price. From now on, customers can choose to pay for Motorola Defy XT $99 and pay $29 per month instead of $19 for unlimited talk, text and data. Read more
Last month, when Republic Wireless made its service open to everyone, company also has started taking pre-orders of its dual-band Motorola Defy XT, scheduled for shipping in mid-December. Today, it’s been announced that that moment has come and that as of today, Republic Wireless Motorola Defy XT is on its way to customers.
Republic Wireless has announced today that they are finally out of beta state. They have been in beta for the past year, since the launch. As of today, Republic Wireless opens its service to everyone, its affordable $19 monthly plan with unlimited talk, text and data and dual-band Motorola Defy XT with Hybrid Calling technology. Read more
Last week, Republic Wireless has acknowledged that small number of their customers is experiencing roaming issues with initially released Motorola Defy XT since it’s single-band and supports only Sprint’s 1900MHz and not the 800 MHz spectrum frequency. Republic Wireless upgrade to dual-band Motorola Defy XT will solve the roaming problems but the phone will be ready for release only later this year. However, they came up with a plan on how to compensate for their unfortunate mistake. Read more
Republic Wireless has attracted a lot of attention by offering unlimited service, talk, text and data for just $19 per month. However, with going deeper in details on how they are able to offer such a low price for unlimited service, we have found out that the service was unlimited only while users are on WiFi. As soon as there is no access to WiFi connection, users are switched to Sprint’s network where service was not unlimited anymore. In fact, while on cellular coverage, they were encouraged to stay within 550 minutes, 150 texts and 300 MB of data per month. Read more
Republic Wireless is really trying to change things around big time from how things work right now in mobile phone industry. Something that leading carriers are doing for such a long time, taking money for every little thing we do, we have started calling “a traditional way” of paying for service. Since the whole idea is new and there are no guarantees that it will come to life, if nothing else, seems as they have good intentions showing us that many things can be free or much cheaper if just major carriers play along. That’s the reason why Republic Wireless should be supported by users if not by carriers because, at the end of the day, it’s for cheaper tomorrow. Read more
First Republic Wireless customers have received their specially adapted LG Optimus One and thanks to one of them, who took an effort to record the unboxing and post it on YouTube, others noticed some interesting things, LG Optimus One with CyanogenMod features. Read more
We have learned to be careful with everything in life that sounds too good to be true, not just with prepaid plans offered by certain cell phone companies like this latest one, the $19 unlimited plan offered by Republic Wireless, a new MVNO, division of Bandwidth.com.
Republic Wireless is preparing to lunch on November 8th more than affordable monthly $19 unlimited plan that includes unlimited voice, text and data. This offer is more than double cheaper from already existing unlimited prepaid plans offered by other carriers on the market. Read more