Univision and T-Mobile promise affordable plans to the US Hispanic community

Univision and T-Mobile promise affordable plans to the US Hispanic community
T-Mobile and Univision announced Univision Mobile, a virtual pre-paid network operator with "services and features made to satisfy the needs of the U.S. Hispanic community". T-Mobile will provide the network backbone, while Univision will be giving customers access to "tailor-made content, events and apps". UM will launch its plans at around 1800 Walmart stores in the US. Additionally, the service will be available at 6000 independent dealers that serve Hispanic communities through the country.

Univision Mobile's offerings have been custom-built for its clientele, and include the following features:

  • Unlimited Nationwide Talk and Text plans for $30 per month
  • Unlimited Nationwide Talk, Text, and Web plans starting at $45 per month ($45 plan includes up to 2.5GB of high-speed data)
  • Unlimited international texting from the U.S. to select Latin American countries and 200+ countries and destinations around the world
  • 100 minutes to call mobile or landline numbers from the U.S.to eight Latin American countries, including Mexico 
  • Univision rewards
  • Ringtones and Wallpapers
  • Sneak peeks of new Univision shows and premieres
  • Opportunities for behind-the-scenes VIP access to Univision events and television/radio personalities
  • Univision Mobile “portal”

Customers are able to bring along their compatible devices by simply purchasing a SIM card, or they can choose from available devices. Customers with capable smartphones can also download the Univision Mobile application for access to additional content, rewards, and to track their minutes, text and data usage.

source: T-Mobile


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