Unreal Mobile offers unlimited talk, text and data starting at $10 per month, but there is a caveat

Unreal Mobile offers unlimited talk, text and data starting at $10 per month, but there is a caveat
Remember FreedomPop? The company started out as an hybrid MVNO offering users a combination of Wi-Fi hotspots and Clearwire cellular connectivity to sell data at a price of $10 per GB or $35 for 5GB. These days, FreedomPop remains a hybrid MVNO offering free trials and low priced cellular service. And today, it launched a new wireless company called Unreal Mobile with plans starting as low as $10 per month for unlimited service.

There are three different plans to choose from, and while all offer unlimited data, there is a cap on consumption of 4G LTE Data. The plans include:

$10/month — Unlimited talk, text, and 2G data + 1GB of LTE.
$15/month — Unlimited talk, text, and 2G data + 2GB of LTE.
$30/month — Unlimited talk, text, and 2G data + 5GB of LTE.

You can rollover your high-speed data for the times you really need them, and share high-speed data with friends. According to the website, Unreal Mobile has real humans manning its customer support desk. As far as handsets are concerned, you can buy the Alcatel Dawn ($49.99) a pre-owned Samsung Galaxy S6 ($149.99), or a pre-owned Apple iPhone 7 ($299.99). Later this summer, Unreal Mobile subscribers will be able to bring their own CDMA handset to the MVNO.

Unreal Mobile also has a 30 day money back guarantee, which essentially gives you a month to try it out. If interested, click on the sourcelink below.

source: UnrealMobile



1. bugsbunny00

Posts: 2267; Member since: Jun 07, 2013

the iphone 7 is $399.99 @unreal..

2. tokuzumi

Posts: 2002; Member since: Aug 27, 2009

While I'm sure this MVNO has been in the works for some time now, but with the pending merger of T-Mobile and Sprint, this is pretty poor timing. The Sprint phones won't work on T-Mobile's network. And if MetroPCS is any indication, T-Mobile is going to try to migrate Sprint customers to GSM as quickly as possible.

3. andynaija

Posts: 1267; Member since: Sep 08, 2012

FreedomPop uses both the Sprint and AT&T network, so either way there's honestly no bad timing because once the Sprint network goes away then they can continue to use AT&T's. Most of Sprint's flagship devices have the capable hardware to access T-Mobile's network, so all it would take would be manufacturers sending out firmware updates to get them to access the T-Mobile network.

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