ECO Mobile, an MVNO operating on 3 of the 4 main carrier networks, recently increased data allotments on most of it’s plans. This is just after the company added two new plans, geared toward the low data user, so it looks like ECO Mobile is now trying to appeal to the high data user as well.
All of the plans except the basic $20 plan on ECO Mobile include unlimited talk, text, and data except with various amounts at high speeds. Here are the new data allotments, with changes in bold:
- $20/month – 100 MB hard capped data
- $25/month – 500 MB high speed data
- $30/month – 2 GB high speed data (previously 1 GB)
- $40/month – 4 GB high speed data (previously 3 GB)
- $50/month – 6 GB high speed data (previously 5 GB)
- $60/month – 8 GB high speed data (previously 7 GB)
All of these plans are available on Sprint’s, Verizon’s, and T-Mobile’s network. We’ve seen ECO Mobile moving in the right direction for a while now, first with the company getting rid of it’s point system
and implementing a traditional lineup of plans, again with new plans to appeal to low-data users
, and now ECO Mobile is trying to pull in the high data user, as well.
Even with trying to appeal to a larger customer base, ECO Mobile doesn’t quite give you the most bang for your buck. Looking at MetroPCS, T-Mobile’s prepaid company, customers could get unlimited high speed data for $60/month rather than maxing out at 8 GB. Alternatively, on Sprint’s network, Boost Mobile has unlimited high speed data is available for $50/month. Still, though, ECO is moving in the right direction.
EcoMobile operates using Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile’s network. It allows unlocked devices to be brought in for activation, and has some devices for sale on its website. You can view coverage, compare plans, or check device compatibility on ECO Mobile’s website, here