Proven Wireless Plan Overview

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¬†Proven Wireless is one of those many MVNOs that we don’t really talk about all that much. While the company itself doesn’t have the most competitive pricing, they DO allow customers to choose from any of the Big Four. Proven Wireless has been around since early 2014 and originally launched with only Sprint and T-Mobile support. Verizon was added in mid 2014 and AT&T added shortly after that.

Plan Options

Proven Wireless has a range of plans available for all four carriers and, more impressively, it offers unlimited everything for not one, but all of the Big Four at varying prices. Pretty sweet. Unfortunately, the plan prices aren’t extremely competitive otherwise. Here are the current plan options: Verizon Network
  • $24.95 – 500 minutes, 300 text, 100 MB
  • $34.95 – 800 minutes, 300 text, 100 MB
  • $39.95 – unlimited talk and text
  • $49.95 – unlimited talk and text, 500 MB
  • $59.95 – unlimited talk and text, 1 GB
  • $69.95 – unlimited talk, text and data
Sprint Network
  • $15 – 250 minutes, unlimited text
  • $25 – 500 minutes, unlimited text
  • $30 – unlimited talk and text
  • $40 – unlimited talk and text, 500 MB
  • $50 – unlimited talk and text, 1 GB
  • $60 – unlimited talk, text and data
AT&T Network
  • $39.95 – unlimited talk and text
  • $44.95 – unlimited talk and text, 250 MB
  • $49.95 – unlimited talk and text, 500 MB
  • $54.95 – unlimited talk and text, 750 MB
  • $69.95 – unlimited talk, text and data (basic phones)
  • $74.95 – unlimited talk, text and data (smartphones)
T-Mobile Network
  • $15 – 300 minutes, 100 text, 25 MB
  • $25 – 750 minutes, 250 text, 100 MB
  • $30 – unlimited talk and text
  • $45 – unlimited talk and text, 500 MB
  • $50 – unlimited talk and text, 1 GB
  • $55 – unlimited talk, text and data

Phone Options

And now for the not-quite-as-good news. While Proven Wireless does allow consumers to BYOD (provided you meet the criteria such as owning the phone, owing no money, etc) the actual devices that the company sells are not only pretty terrible devices, but they are pretty expensive as well. I wouldn’t recommend buying something through them—get your device elsewhere and just activate it on this network if you want a phone worth having. I admit that I haven’t ever tried this company, so I don’t know all that much about the customer service or anything else. However, just based on what they have here, I don’t see anything super impressive or exciting. Not too great, not too terrible—Proven Wireless looks solidly in the middle. For more information Proven Wireless, visit the website. Have you ever used Proven Wireless? Share your experiences with me in the comments!]]>

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