Virgin's newest payLo plan targets texters with its $40 unlimited voice & text offering
0. phoneArena posted on 21 May 2012, 14:14
Today, Virgin Mobile announced the availability of a brand new payLo pre-paid service plan that primarily targets texters who have an affinity for dishing out tons of messages to friends and family. Specifically, the new $40 per month prepaid plan provides for unlimited voice minutes...
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1. DigitalMD posted on 21 May 2012, 14:49 0 0
Wow, talk about an advertising article!! What happend to Virgin's PAy-LO $25 unlimted text , data and 200 min plan??
3. ardent1 posted on 21 May 2012, 16:38 0 0
The article is fact based and not an advertising spiel. VirginMobile simplified its Paylo plans with $20, $30, and $40 plans. Btw, VM had being offering, unlimited data, unlimited text and 300 minute for its "smartphones" for the Beyond Talk program.
2. Roomaku posted on 21 May 2012, 15:31 0 0
Meh, I don't see why to jump on this plan unless you constantly find that 1500 text and 1500 minutes is not enough for you....
4. Shazz posted on 29 May 2012, 02:20 0 0
Not altogether a bad thing...my sister is so disinterested in anything pc/techno, and only ever calls or texts, so there are those out there that this would work for. Also good to see that side of the market hasn't been forgotten-I know I struggled to find a plan for my folks a couple of months back, that allowed for very little usage, without paying for more than they'd ever need. I finally heard about Tracfone's SVC phone and plan designed for seniors. They can pay as little as $7/month for enough minutes to satisfy their needs, and the senior-friendly phone that would hardly get much use only cost around $15. Good call by Virgin Mobile to recognize this side of the market.