PrepaYd Wireless brings unlimited 4G WiMAX connection for only $60 per month

PrepaYd Wireless brings unlimited 4G WiMAX connection for only $60 per month
Do you find yourself investing a lot of your hard-earned money into your cell phone plan each month? Are you tired of having to pay a fortune each time just to experience all of the modern conveniences of a smartphone? Well, you’re in luck, since PrepaYd Wireless might suit your needs – while putting back some money into your pockets.

Relying on Sprint’s network, PrepaYd Wireless offers plans that cover a wide range of plans to get you rolling along each month. Specifically, its plans cost $35, $40, $45, $50, and $60 per month, with the lowest $35 plan coughing up unlimited talk and text. At the upper end of the spectrum, the $60 per month offering provides customers with unlimited talk, text, messaging, and 4G WiMAX data.

As for the phones themselves, they mostly consist of feature phones and a few smartphones. Thankfully, the smartphone selection covers Android devices like the HTC EVO Shift 4G, Samsung Conquer, Samsung Replenish, LG Marquee, and LG Optimus S. In addition, they also have the HTC Arrive for those who prefer a Windows Phone. In terms of handset pricing, it appears you’re buying them outright at the full cost, and from what we see, they range from $200 to $300 on the average.

Still, the savings is found with its monthly plans. For $60 per month, you essentially have an all-you-can eat plan – with WiMAX connectivity, as long as you get a WiMAX enabled device.

source: PrepaYd via Phonescoop

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4 Comments

1. rocko0011

Posts: 34; Member since: Jul 08, 2011

Sprint lets too much ppl on their network. Thats why they suck right now as far as 3G n 4G goes

2. PryvateiDz

Posts: 444; Member since: Jul 31, 2011

Too bad the handset selection sucks, you can't bring your own device (The handset devices are ridiculous, w/o the instant discount the Samsung Conquer is $499, & still @ $349 that's too much for a device like that), & 4G WiMax is limited in coverage.

3. PimpStrong

Posts: 310; Member since: Jul 25, 2011

What is the point of Sprint having so many sub-carriers??

4. CommentBoxEnforcer

Posts: 99; Member since: Feb 13, 2012

So no wimax for boost???i flashed my evo to boost mobile and was looking forward to that....im loving 45.00 for unlimited everything

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