Pure TalkUSA an ATT MVNO Now Offering 4G LTE

Pure TalkUSA 4G LTE
Pure TalkUSA Now Offers 4G LTE Data Speeds

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Pure TalkUSA 4G LTE
Pure TalkUSA Now Offers 4G LTE Data Speeds

Not that long ago Pure TalkUSA updated and lowered their pricing to make their plans a little more competitively priced. Their most competitive plan costs $28.95 with unlimited talk and text, 400 MMS and 500 MB of data. This makes them one of the cheapest  ATT MVNOs to offer at least 500 MB of data. Up until yesterday, Pure TalkUSA had only offered HSPA+ data speeds, but now the company has updated their service to include 4G LTE.

Hopefully this move to 4G LTE is a sign that ATT will soon allow all of its MVNOs to offer data at that speed, as some ATT MVNOs still only offer HSPA+ data speeds.





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Anthony
Anthony
5 years ago

Pure TalkUsa $28.95 Unlimited Plus Plan is now UP TO 2GB of Data!!

Bestmvno.com
5 years ago
Reply to  Anthony

That’s misleading advertising. It costs $44.95 to get the 2 GB of data. Unlimited Plus Plan pricing starts at $28.95 for 500 MB of data.

esc0
esc0
5 years ago
Reply to  Bestmvno.com

Definitely misleading… Plus no int’l sms mentioned on their website. Some of us do text overseas.

AirVoice wireless not offering LTE but I do get unlimited global sms in and out w/500MB data for $30.

Is there additional taxes not mentioned here in the $28.95 ?

Bestmvno.com
5 years ago
Reply to  esc0

Their website FAQ section says price includes all taxes and fees.

They do have some plans with international calling and SMS, although a calling card appears to be required according to their faqs.

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esc0
5 years ago
Reply to  Bestmvno.com

OK, checked it out. Thanks for pointing it out. I will stay with AV until something better comes along.

If Cricket would offer unlimited Int’l sms to all countries and not just 35 of their choosing for free, I would jump cuz they do offer more data depending on the plan one chooses.

Now ROK is tempting but I don’t tend to buy nd use unlocked CDMA phones cuz I do travel overseas and always buy a local SIM when abroad to text family back in the states. I wouldn’t be able to swap SIMs out for regular GSM calls and SMS overseas since CDMA is not widely deployed and used like GSM.

I have an iPhone 5 which is unlocked and offers me the option to swap SIMs on the fly. However, that 5GB of data sure is tempting with the free streaming music option. I don’t think any AT&T MVNO is offering 5GB for cheaper???

Bestmvno.com
5 years ago
Reply to  esc0

I just wanted to point out a majority if not all Verizon phones should support GSM due to an agreement Verizon has with the FCC. For instance, the vs980 LG G2 (Verizon’s LG G2 variant) is a global phone. I don’t know what international bands it has off hand, but global GSM is an option for network mode. It also works with ATT though for the most part only on HSPA , T-Mobile is the same I believe.

Cricket offers 5 GB of LTE data (limited to 8 Mbps download) with autopay for $45/month. Net10 as an ATT MVNO that also offers the same if you bring your own phone to their service.

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esc0
5 years ago
Reply to  Bestmvno.com

Thanks for the info. Just wanted to share some info for those folks like myself who prefer to use an iPhone. As of January 6th, 2015 Apple began selling a true “global unlocked iPhone”. Prior to making it available unlocked the only place one could pick it up in the USA was via Sprint. It supports all LTE bands and CDMA bands for the USA and overseas.

However, since it was only available via Sprint it was locked to their network and getting it unlocked even after one’s 2yr contract was fulfilled was hard to get done. Since legislation was passed to help customers maybe it’s now easier to do. I am guessing since these carriers are slow at adopting changes when legally forced upon them.

Coming back to Apple; as of January 6th, 2015 they began selling the Sprint iPhone versions “factory unlocked”. Only catch is one will need to buy the phone at full price from Apple’s website.

Below is a link that I use to look up bands for all iPhones. Hope this helps others. Maybe if I upgrade from an iPhone 5 in the future I might go with the global iPhone direct from Apple which is factory unlocked.

https://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/iphone/iphone-faq/differences-between-iphone-6-models.html

I wish Cricket would include unlimited global sms at no extra charge. I know I am asking for too much here. 🙂