easyGO Offers Unlimited Talk, Text, MMS and International Talk and SMS for $20/Month

EasyGo Unlimited Plan
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EasyGo Unlimited Plan
EasyGo Unlimited Plan

EasyGO, the ATT MVNO that is owned by H2O Wireless, has just announced a new plan dubbed "easyGO Unlimited" that costs $20/month.  The plan features unlimited talk, text and MMS as well as unlimited international talk to 11 countries 1)Canada including mobile, China including mobile, France, Hong Kong including mobile, Israel, Portugal, Signapore including mobile, Thailand including mobile, Mexico including mobile, United Kingdom and Venezuela  including Mexico mobile to mobile.  Unlimited international SMS is also included as is 100 MB of 4G LTE data.

A data add on pack can be purchased for $10 to get an additional 1 GB of 4G LTE data, which brings the total cost of the plan to $30/month assuming that you need to refill your data every month.  The data add on pack includes rollover and does not expire.  International recharge cards costing $2 and $5 are also available which will allow you to call other countries not included with the plan at additional rates.

No word yet on what countries are included as part of the unlimited international SMS.

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1.Canada including mobile, China including mobile, France, Hong Kong including mobile, Israel, Portugal, Signapore including mobile, Thailand including mobile, Mexico including mobile, United Kingdom and Venezuela

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Jon T
Jon T
4 years ago

I just signed up for unlimited talk text for $18/mo with their new feature: auto recharge! It is not on their website yet, I had to call their billing dept.

One note: they do have rollover data, but the only online way to get data is for them to mail 1 or more cards to you for a $10 shipping fee, this takes some of the fun out of getting rollover data through them. You have to call the billing dept to order data without that charge. They did warn me when getting this much: if you don’t have auto recharge and you don’t pay again for a month of service before your last day of service, any data balance of your rollover data is forfeited. So I asked about auto-renew and they did have it!

One more note: I had to manually set up the APN with customer service because I wasn’t getting MMS. They were very helpful and we got everything working, it was just a little time consuming. Now that everything is working fine and I have auto renew I expect to be very pleased with this service.

THANK YOU for such a great website, I used to spend so much time searching for new MVNO’s, now I just check your site and that’s how I found these guys. Republic wireless was great, and even cheaper but sprint’s network isn’t that great here for it, and I had to move on, this is truly the next best IMO.

francisco
francisco
4 years ago

tiene datos limitados ho ilimitados solo

esc0
esc0
4 years ago

@Bestmvno.com
Have you reached out to easygo whether their int’l sms is unlimited in and out to all countries?

I like the idea of the roll over minutes on the add on pack as long as your number stays active. Not many ATT MVNO doing this.

I don’t even think H2O does this. However since they are utilizing ATT’s network I wouldn’t be surprised of the intl’ sms is limited to a handful of countries.

AirVoice seem to be one of the only ATT MVNOs doing so. At least this is what I was told when I called them.

Bestmvno.com
4 years ago
Reply to  esc0

It’s actually data add on that rolls over.
I have not spoken to them yet to see if their unlimited sms is both in and out to all countries.

esc0
esc0
4 years ago
Reply to  Bestmvno.com

Thanks for catching my error with the data portion.

Will keep them on my radar.

esc0
esc0
4 years ago
Reply to  Bestmvno.com

I am considering whether I should port my wife’s number over to these guys from Ptel. Only difference vs Ptel’s $20 plan is the data. Ptel offers 250MB while easyGO is only offering 100MB.

Plus we are not certain if easyGO is offering true unlimited int’l sms in and out.

However since my wife is at home most of the time she has access to wifi most of the day where I don’t.

Since this is an ATT MVNO coverage will be better plus where my signal is weak for calls and sms she will have coverage. twirling thumbs.

Hope they will still be offering the free SIM for the unlimited plan in two weeks then I will decide what to do.

Bestmvno.com
4 years ago
Reply to  esc0

You don’t have the new iPhones that support T-Mobiles band 12 do you? I’m wondering how much band 12 coverage would help on Ptel.

I would be surprised if they offer that full international sms to all countries, I will contact them and see if I can get a response and update the article accordingly. Fortunately if you did switch, you would at least be able to purchase the rollover data.

esc0
esc0
4 years ago
Reply to  Bestmvno.com

Unfortunately we don’t have the new iPhone with band 12. According to Ptel’s support page they are offering LTE on band 12.

Yes I can do the roll over data which is good. However, knowing my wife she stays online reading gossip. Wives right…..

Bestmvno.com
4 years ago
Reply to  esc0

Ha ha ha

Bestmvno.com
4 years ago
Reply to  esc0

I did speak to someone via chat, but they weren’t super clear. It does look like through the link that they directed me to that indeed just the 11 countries that have ** by them are included
https://easygo.h2owirelessnow.com/mainControl.php?page=index