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Red Pocket Mobile Set To Launch LTE DATA Plans Utilizing Verizon’s Network

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Red Pocket LogoRed Pocket Mobile is an MVNO that offers service on 3 out of the 4 major networks including ATT, Sprint and Verizon.  Their $19.99 3G only plan with 300 minutes of talk, unlimited text and 1 GB of 3G data via Verizon's network is a very popular plan on BestMVNO.

Rumors are now circulating that in the coming days the MVNO will be launching LTE plans utilizing the Verizon network.  Red Pocket itself is said to have confirmed the pending launch of said plans according to posts on HowardForums.

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Two new plans will be offered and are as follows:

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  1. $36.99 for unlimited talk, text and 1 GB of 4G LTE data
  2. $52.99 for unlimited talk, text and 3 GB of 4G LTE data

Unfortunately the new plans don't seem to be too competitive, particularly that $52.99 plan which seems to be priced a bit high.  For instance, for $49.99 you can signup with ROK Mobile and get 5 GB of LTE data with access to a streaming library of 20 million songs via Verizon's network.  Straight Talk and Net10 both also offer service on Verizon with 5 GB of data for $45.

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On the low end of pricing, Red Pocket is priced a little more competitively although for many Tracfone offers good value, although you may have higher up front costs depending on which plan you are interested in signing up with.

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Sources HowardForums 

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Matt H
Matt H
4 years ago

What I want to know is: Does it *really* use the Verizon network or are they simply claiming that Verizon’s CDMA devices will run on their network (but actually uses Sprint towers only)?