launches today with three different unlimited pre-paid monthly plans. The service runs on Sprint's CDMA pipeline and has about the same footprint as the nation's third largest carrier. Customers can get a free featurephone while smartphones run from $75 to $399 and include such names as the HTC Arrive
, LG Optimus S
, LG Remarq
, and the Samsung Replenish
. To get an ideas of what type of customer is being targeted here, the carrier's parent company is PrepaYd which offers a debit card for those whom the banks wouldn't touch with a 40 foot pole.
The Advantage Plan
for $35 per month gives you unlimited talk and text, while the $40 Power Plan
adds unlimited web and email. For $45 a month, the Ultimate Plan
tacks on picture messages, Instant Messaging and GPS. This is the plan you must sign up for if you want to use an Android or Windows Phone smartphone.
For those interested in signing up, it can be done directly online by visiting the sourcelink.