rought to my attention as being a great option for customers who don’t use their phones constantly. More and more prepaid companies are gravitating to the high data user and trying to give you more bang for your buck that those who need only a few minutes or texts are becoming overlooked. With that thought in mind, today I’d like to do an overview of SpeedTalk Mobile. The company has four different sets of plans available, three of which appeal greatly to customers who don’t need unlimited everything.
The PlansSpeedTalk Mobile offers monthly plans, pay as you go plans, special plans and a more unique set of “low cost paygo” plans. Let’s take a look: Pay As You Go There are four pay as you go plans available to customers, including $10 for 30 days, $30 for 60 days, $55 for 180 days, and $100 for a year. Rates are $.05 per minute, $.05 per MB, and $.02 per text. With the pay as you go plans, customers automatically receive rollover for any remaining balance (good for 6 months) so long as they refill their account before it expires. And, customers enrolling in the year long plan can receive a free Motorola C186i! Low Cost PayGo The low cost paygo plans are pretty similar to the pay as you go options, but customers sacrifice their rollover in order to save a few dollars. Plan options are as follows: $5 for 30 days, $7.50 for 30 days, $10 for 30 days, $25 for 60 days, $50 for 180 days, and $100 for a year (no free phone with this plan). The rate per text is still $.02, and the rate per minute or MB is also $.02 on the low cost plans. So, while you do give up the rollover balance, you’re able to get a little bit more for what you’re paying. Special Plans
- $5 — 250 minutes, 250 texts, no data
- $9 — 250 minutes, 250 texts, 250 MB of data
- $15 — 100 minutes, unlimited text, no data
- $18 — 500 minutes, 500 texts, 500 MB of data