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SpeedTalk Mobile Launches Promotions That Are Eerily Similar To Previous Ringplus Promotions

SpeedTalk Mobile is a T-Mobile and Verizon MVNO that has only been in existence for a very short while as far as I know.  Today I received an email from RingPlus about a promotion that SpeedTalk is about to launch.  The promotion looks eerily similar to what a lot of RingPlus promotions have looked like, which makes me wonder, has the RingPlus team transitioned to, or are they involved with SpeedTalk Mobile in some way?  Or does SpeedTalk just like the RingPlus business model?  Perhaps they are just using the RingPlus forums to promote their business.  I’ll get to the bottom of this ASAP.

Updated: According to moderators in the RingPlus forums, RingPlus is not involved with SpeedTalk but is providing the means by which SpeedTalk can promote their phone plans.


For now, here are those promotions from SpeedTalk Mobile.

Hello Plan (TSP1F)
On the T-Mobile Network

Flash Promo!
Monday, April 16, 2017 from 9am-10pm Pacific.

$2.99/month* for 100 talk, 100 text (MMS/SMS), 100 MB LTE full speed data

Overage Rate: $0.05
Auto Top Up: $9.99

Get it at https://clubplans.speedtalkmobile.com/home


Starter Plan (VSP1P)
On the Verizon Network

Open Today!
Thursday, April 13, 2017 from 7pm Pacific until Tuesday, April 18, 2017 at 10am Pacific.

See also:  RingPlus Flash Promo: Immortal 1 and 2 Member+ Exclusives Featuring 5000 Talk, 5000 Text and 4 GB LTE Data

$5.99/month* for 50 talk, 100 text (MMS/SMS), pay as you go data MB

Overage and (pay as you go data MB) rate $0.02
Auto Top Up: $19.99


Quality Plan (VSP2F) 
on The Verizon Network

Open Sunday, April 16, 2017 at 11am Pacific until Monday, April 17, 2017 at 11am Pacific

$19.99/month* for unlimited talk, unlimited text (MMS/SMS), and 1000 MB LTE full speed data

Overage Rate MB $0.03

Auto Top Up: $5

Get it at https://clubplans.speedtalkmobile.com/home

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Stephen Blakeney

If their service on Verizon is anything like their service on T Mobile, my suggestion is to steer clear. They charge for unanswered incoming calls, they charge for calling your voicemail, they charge for calling their 888-373-9887 number to check your balance or customer service. Their 611 number which is supposed to be the customer service number does nothing but play ‘on hold’ music without ever connecting. At least they don’t charge for that. I’ve written three emails to them an have yet to receive a response.