Ultra Mobile improves Data Plus plans, adds more destinations to international plans

6 Responses

  1. Wave Wolf says:

    Who provides customer service? Is this an offering from T-Mobile, or separate company? The retail outlets (to obtain SIM cards if not online purchase) seem a bit iffy…

  2. Damien says:

    This company SUCKS. paid for data 2 days before my bill was due and lost it all. Now have to spend more money to obtain data or upgrade the plan at a greater expense with the fact that I could lose more…..
    Better to go with T Mobil whom bought out Metro PCS. At least you can get a decent customer service both physically and promptly through a location.

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