Virgin Mobile USA fortells unlimited prepaid mobile broadband for $40 a month

Whereas AT&T’s move to tiered smartphone data pricing signaled “the end of unlimited” to some, Sprint subsidiary Virgin Mobile USA has just defied that notion with an all-you-can-eat broadband buffet priced at $40 per month. First reported by IntoMobile and confirmed today on the carrier’s Facebook page, the plan will replace existing $20, $40 and $60 monthly offerings that currently top out at just 5GB, so only those accustomed to paying $20 a month (for 300MB) won’t get a totally sweet deal. As you can see above, the $10 for 100MB over 10 days plan will still stay pat, so you can still choose whether to sip or gulp down Sprint network packets when the plans purportedly go into effect on August 24th.

Virgin Mobile USA fortells unlimited prepaid mobile broadband for $40 a month originally appeared on Engadget on Sat, 21 Aug 2010 22:49:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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