Straight Talk Wireless Set To Launch Multi-Line Plan, Get 2 Unlimited Data Lines For $90

New Multi-Line Plan Coming To Straight Talk Wireless (Photo via Mil Hustles)
New Multi-Line Plan Coming To Straight Talk Wireless (Photo via Mil Hustles)

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Straight Talk Wireless has been very busy lately.  The MVNO has made a lot of changes to its phone plans over the past few weeks.  Namely, the Tracfone owned provider added more data to its wireless plans.  In fact, one of the plans got a data boost twice in a matter of a couple of weeks.  Now, Tracfone wireless dealer Mil Hustles has released details on an upcoming multi-line plan from Straight Talk that features unlimited LTE data.

Plan Details

This plan is built upon Straight Talk Wireless's single line unlimited LTE data plan which is normally priced at $55/month or $54 with auto-refill enabled. The new multi-line option will give subscribers the ability to pick up two lines for just $90/month.  That's a savings of $18-$20/month vs buying the two lines separately.

Since it's based on the single line plan, it will come with the same set of limitations that plan has.  Those limitations include that video streaming tops out at a maximum resolution of 480p.  Also, unlimited doesn't really mean unlimited.  Straight Talk Wireless has a data cap of 60GB for the plan.  Customers who approach or exceed that threshold could have their accounts suspended.

The plan comes with unlimited talk and text.  Mobile hotspot is not supported although some customers have been able to enable it on other Straight Talk Wireless plans.  Keep in mind, using hotspot is against their terms of service.  Taxes and fees cost extra and are not included in the price.

There is no word yet as to when the plan will be released, but it should be relatively soon given that the plan specifics are already in some dealers hands.

Update: 2/21/2019, the plan is now official and available at select Walmart locations.

Free Phone Offer

In addition to the new wireless plan, Straight Talk Wireless also has a free phone offer. Customers who port-in and enable auto-pay on their accounts for at least 3 months will get an LG Premier Pro for free.  They'll also have to activate on a wireless plan priced $35 or higher.  The LG Premier Pro features the following:

  • 5.3" 720p x 1280p screen
  • 2880 mAh battery
  • 1.4 Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor
  • 8MP rear camera, 5MP selfie camera
  • 16GB internal memory expandable with a microSD card
  • 2GB RAM
  • Android 7.1 Nougat
  • Support for the following LTE bands
    2/4/5/12/13/66
See also:  Straight Talk Wireless's New No Fees Phone Payment Plan Featured In New TV Commercial

Keep in mind that once you purchase a phone from Straight Talk Wireless, it will be locked to the network for 12 months.  You'll have to keep the phone active on a Straight Talk plan for that long before you can have it unlocked for use on another network.

Straight Talk Wireless phone plans and phones are sold online directly through Straight Talk Wireless and in stores exclusively at Walmart.

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Josh
Josh
1 year ago

For the people having issues getting internet service running on a BYOP from another carrier, there’s directions on how to change your data network settings. Also before you change over make sure your phone is listed as compatible. I’ve had them for years now, I just ended up getting a Motorola G3 for under 200 bucks through them and it’s a great little work horse. It took some talking on their chat support service to set up my LG g4 from Verizon, but once I switched my settings like they said it was smooth sailing.

Chet
Chet
1 year ago

Just try this plan today. It’s the same exact issue. NO DATA! Stupid plan????

Christina
Christina
1 year ago

Same exact issue. Just started plan with my son last month and lost internet service first day. A week and 1/2 later and HOURS on the phone, chat, and text finally “fixed”.
Yesterday plan renewed. Same thing. No data. Have chatted, called, messaged, texted etc AGAIN while on vacation and nothing. Headed over to verizon for unlimited prepaid. I’ve been with straight talk single plan for several years (over 10) and until I got this plan no issue. Now that I know how hard it is to get help when needed, it’s worth the extra money to go elsewhere.
I’m also “locked in” since my sons phone bought directly from them. I don’t see how they can do this when they don’t give you the service you’ve paid for. I’m this case, I’m out over $400 and 10 more months of paying for a plan for my son. I will be fighting this consumer fraud and deceptive business practice.

Marqueta Mitchell
Marqueta Mitchell
1 year ago

Same here this plan is bs they keep acting like my phone won’t send pictures because of my phone and it’s really because of this stupid plan and I’ve also been a costumer for years

Christina
Christina
1 year ago
Reply to  Joe Paonessa

Nope. Tried all the APN’s and had no issue on single plan. Only when changed to this plan. Finally “reseller” plan temp
Fixed until renewed then back to no data.

Rich
Rich
1 year ago

Wow I can literally copy and paste Andy’s review as I have had the exact same thing happen to me switching over to this plan!! I was getting 40mbs before on a single unlimited line and now I get 4!!! That is ridiculous! I also can’t use my phone as a hotspot anymore 🙁

Andy
Andy
1 year ago

Plan is awful. Been with Straight Talk for years. Switched to this plan and lost my internet. Changed APN settings and lost LTE ability completely. Several call to tech support have not fixed issue…. They even hung up on me when APN setting change did not restore LTE. To top it all off they refuse to refund me because i started service. How else who i know it was going to do this. Very disappointed!

Eva
Eva
1 year ago
Reply to  Andy

this is happening to me right now ugh!!! did they ever fix it?