“Sprint Nextel Corp.’s Virgin Mobile USA will roll out unlimited mobile broadband prepaid packages for $40 a month, replacing most of its existing offerings,” Nathan Becker reports for The Wall Street Journal.
Becker reports, “Virgin said that starting Wednesday, it will offer a $40 nationwide unlimited mobile broadband plan, which replaces its existing $20, $40 and $60 metered plans. The existing plan that costs $10 for 10 days of metered access will remain available ‘for less frequent Internet users,’ Virgin said.”
“Virgin’s move to unlimited broadband contrasts wireless giant AT&T Inc.’s recent switch from unlimited data plans on its flagship Apple Inc. iPhone to metered plans for new customers,” Becker reports. “The new plans will be available online Wednesday and will roll out at retail stores ‘in the coming weeks,’ Virgin said.”
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