New Page Plus calling plan called "The 12" costs only $12 per month

New Page Plus calling plan called
Nowadays, we tend to believe that $50 per month is actually a reasonable offering for most monthly calling plans, especially when they happen to be any of those all-you-can-eat plans. Well, not everyone necessarily requires an unlimited plan, but rather, they might only use a small percentage of their plan’s full offering.

Thankfully, Page Plus Cellular is here to the rescue if you’re one of those individuals that rarely consumes most of your plan’s offerings. Specifically, they announced today the availability of their new “The 12” plan, which of course will primarily attract those on a super budget. At a very easy to afford price of $12 per month, this plan is guaranteed to save you an extensive amount of money in the long run.

For the money that you’re paying, you basically get 250 voice minutes, 250 text messages, and 10MB of data – all for $12 per month. That’s not too shabby at all when you think about it more! In terms of overage charges, it seems to be 10 cents across the board for each additional minute, text, and MMS that you go over. For data, though, it’s set at the rate of 20 cents for each additional 1MB of data that you go over.

source: Page Plus via Phonescoop



1. squallz506

Posts: 1075; Member since: Oct 19, 2011

I have the $30 monthly4g. 100 mins unlim tex and 5gb of data at 4g speed (unlim EDGE). I need the data for my g2x.

3. ardent1

Posts: 2000; Member since: Apr 16, 2011

That's T-mobile's plan, but their phones suck. The best phone was the Exhibit II, but given it's 3.2 MP shooter and 3.7" screen, it wasn't worth $200 at Walmart. I have unlimited 3G data, unlimited text and 300 anytime minutes for $25 a month from Virgin Mobile. I woul love to get 5gb of data at $30 a month if tmobile had better phones. Currently, the Dart goes for about $129 at Wamart and I've it at $99.

2. pathmarkpolice

Posts: 102; Member since: Feb 05, 2009

What towers does it use? You mentioned 4g, it uses Tmobile's towers?

4. ardent1

Posts: 2000; Member since: Apr 16, 2011

That is a great plan for low volume callers.

5. rockstarlive

Posts: 307; Member since: Oct 19, 2011

I remember them. I think they are gonna with a totally different line up of phones. Boost/Virgin Mobile have the best selection. Cricket, has the Huawei Mercury.

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