By Christopher Price on February 2, 2013
Virgin Mobile puts its first, and only 3G mobile hotspot on clearance.
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By Christopher Price on November 5, 2012
Virgin Mobile offers a prepaid broadband plan, that caters to those that don’t use their Virgin Mobile devices anymore.
By Humberto Saabedra on February 25, 2011
Following its move to throttle users after the unexpected growth of its Broadband2Go service last year, Virgin Mobile has further reduced the amount of data that can be transferred at full speed before throttling is implemented on a customerâ€™s account, from the previous 5GB limit to 2.5GB. While the operator previously implemented a 5GB soft […]
By Humberto Saabedra on January 12, 2011
For customers using Virgin Mobile’s Broadband2Go service, the $40/month service is about to fall inline with other carrier policies regarding data transfer, as Virgin Mobile is set to implement a 5GB monthly soft cap by February 15th for new customers and is currently being implemented for billing cycles that have ended and have been renewed.Â Along […]
By Humberto Saabedra on November 18, 2010
Virgin Mobile has partnered with Wal-Mart to offer a middle plan in the current Broadband2Go slate of prepaid mobile broadband service to slot between the $10 300MB plan and the overwhelmingly popular $40 unlimited access plan. As alluded to in the headline, the 1GB offering is only available by visiting a Wal-Mart location and unavailable […]
By Christopher Price on August 26, 2010
PhoneNews.com early this morning set up its Broadband2Go account, marking the first known activation of the new plan. The plan was supposed to launch Tuesday, but as previously reported, was delayed 48 hours. As shown in the screen shots above, the activation process is straightforward and can be done from within the MiFi, using a […]
By Christopher Price on August 25, 2010
Today was the day that we were all supposed to start replacing our DSL lines with unlimited Virgin Mobile plans. However, the company is reporting difficulties with enabling their systems to activate these new plans. The $40 unlimited plan on Virgin Mobile’s broadband2go is groundbreaking because it bucks the trend of 5 GB capped plans. […]
By Humberto Saabedra on August 21, 2010
In what is the biggest, if not the quietest surprise today, Virgin Mobileâ€™s Facebook page has confirmed that the operator will be offering unlimited prepaid data access for $40 a month in the future.Â The new offering will replace its previous $20/$40/$60 tiers launched earlier this year and signals the operators intent to undercut every […]
By Humberto Saabedra on March 4, 2010
Virgin Mobile has updated its Broadband2Go pricing and data allotment to place it inline with offerings from major carriers based on customer feedback. The $40 plan now includes 1GB of data access for 1 month, while the $60 plan now includes 5GB of data access for the same 1 month timeframe without a contract required.
By Humberto Saabedra on November 13, 2009
Virgin Mobile has announced further availability of its Broadband2Go prepaid mobile broadband service first launched this summer via Best Buy stores. Starting December 1st, the recently launched offering will be available for sale in 4,300 Radio Shack stores, Sam’s Club kiosks via Radio Shack, Walmart.com, Virgin Mobile.com and Target.com. The modem is a rebranded Novatel […]