Pure TalkUSA, a prepaid wireless provider that operates on ATT's network has improved its plans to the point that they are now the only ATT based provider to offer unlimited talk and text with at least 1GB of 4G LTE data for under $30/month. This new and featured plan will cost Pure TalkUSA subscribers $29/month with taxes and fees included, just edging out EasGO Wireless as the cheapest provider to offer at least 1GB of data with unlimited talk and text.
Pure TalkUSA's new unlimited cell phone plans are as follows:
Unlimited Plus Plans
All plans include unlimited talk & text plus:
- $24/month- 200 MB data/200 MMS, previously plan included 100 MB/100 SMS
- $29/month- Unlimited MMS, 1GB data, previously included 500 MB/400 MMS
- $35/month- Unlimited MMS and 1.5GB data, previously included 1GB data
- $45/month- Unlimited MMS and 2.5GB data, previously included 2GB data
Additionally, military personnel, first responders and students can save an additional 10% on the Unlimited Plus plans with an ID.me account.
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As an added bonus, customers who purchase an iPhone 6s (starting at $649) or iPhone 6s+ (staring at $849) from Pure TalkUSA will get $10/month off all of the above plans for a period of 1 year.
You can't really argue with more for less, which is exactly what Pure TalkUSA has done here. That being said, the most competitively priced plan, as mentioned above, is the $29/month plan with unlimited talk, text and 1GB of data. The only other ATT MVNO competitive at that price point is EasyGO Wireless who offers unlimited talk, text, international text and 1.1 GB of data per month for $30.
Pure TalkUSA's $35 plan can also be considered a bargain if you require full speed LTE access, otherwise potential subscribers may want to consider Cricket Wireless at that price point where 2.5GB of 4G LTE data is offered although download speeds are limited to 8 Mbps.