Tweet shows that Target will launch Brightspot, an affordable pre-paid carrier
Need more high-speed data? For $65 a month, Brightspot gives you unlimited talk, unlimited text and 4GB of 4G LTE data.Go above 4GB and you...are...throttled. International texting is an additional $5 a month and international calling and texting is an extra $10 monthly. For every six months that a customer uses the service, he or she will receive a $25 Target gift card. Target will also sell micro-SIM and nano-SIM Brightspot kits that work with any unlocked GSM phone and Target sold device.
The initial handsets for sale will include the Samsung Galaxy S III, LG Optimus F3 and the LG Optimus F6. And below you will find a leaked document meant for Target employees showing them the talking points of Brightspot versus the competition like Verizon and Straight Talk. In addition, a tweet from evleaks reveals some other leaks that pretty much guarantee that Brightspot is on the way.
Target's new Brightspot MVNO
1. Tweet from evleaks
2. Comparing Brightspot's rate plans with the competition
source: Twitter via IntoMobile
1. rodneyej1 (Posts: 3561; Member since: 06 Jul 2013)
They better stock the Lumia 520/521/525 because that's one of the best off contract phones you can get for $100❗
2. Commentator (Posts: 2469; Member since: 16 Aug 2011)
The tweet mentions the 521 will initially be available. Funny how the Alan left that part out, especially given how colorful Lumias are.
4. Commentator (Posts: 2469; Member since: 16 Aug 2011)
...And by "the Alan" I really just meant "Alan," although I think "the Alanator" could catch on pretty quickly.
3. ardent1 (Posts: 1997; Member since: 16 Apr 2011)
Alan F: you need to fix the sentence: "One, for $35 a month, will offer unlimited talk and unlimited text for $35 a month". You have for $35 a month twice in the same sentence.
5. Shatter (Posts: 2031; Member since: 29 May 2013)
You can go to the actual tmobile and pay $5 more a month for 100% unlimited.
7. Goldeneye (Posts: 358; Member since: 22 Jan 2011)
It's crazy how many MVNOs T-Mobile and Sprint have under their networks they barely can handle their own customers, who's next Home Depot with rugged devices on Sprint? Sears on T-Mobile? No wonder their customers aren't very happy speed wise.