Voyager Mobile service is available now with its $19 and $39 unlimited monthly plans
After last week’s initial launch date delayed due to the “malicious network attack” on the company’s website, Voyager Mobile service is available now. Voyager Mobile is new Sprint’s MVNO that uses Sprint’s 3G and Clearwire’s 4G WiMAX network.
MVNO Voyager Mobile offers competitive unlimited prepaid plans that start at $19 per month. For this monthly fee (plus tax), users are entitled to unlimited talk and text while for $39 a month (plus tax) unlimited talk, text and data are included. Also, there will be earning points and receiving rewords through the company’s Voyager Rewards program but the feature is not available at this time.
When it comes to handsets choice, there are plenty of phones to choose from but, of course, they are available at the full, unsubsidized price. Voyager’s lineup ranges from the basic flip phone Samsung M370 for $119 and candy bar Kyocera Brio for $139, all the way up to the higher-end Windows phone HTC Arrive for $489 and Android Samsung Galaxy S II, Epic 4G Touch for $549. In total, there are 10 available handsets at this point.
Even though they provide nationwide coverage, still, their service is available in only 22 states. However, they will regularly add states. Carrier also said that they will include USB aircards, MiFis and tablets, unlimited too, in their offer soon.
Another Sprint’s MVNO offers $19 unlimited plan, Republic Wireless, but it mostly relies on WiFi for data while Ting offers unique way of billing customers and promises to offer LTE when Sprint launches its LTE network.