how can you keep your old rate? cause i tried and they said my rate would go up to 35
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
ive been in virgin mobile service now for more then 2 years. YES, you can still hold that rate! but you have to make sure you dont use any other top ups like $35 or above because that will change your rate permanetly and YOU CANNOT GO BACK. i used to only pay $10, then i accidently paid with a $25 top up and it saves that rate. So YES, if u still have a $25 plan, make sure u do not pay over that a month if u still want to stay in that plan. (:
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
I supose, when i had the samsumg intercept I started out with the $25 rate and then i swiched to the HTC even though i heard it started off with the $35 rate, but as soon as i did the switch i still pay the 25. so i'll say just YES for now. i gotta find out for myself as well....
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
No, if you purchase a new phone now you will get the new rates starting at $35.
Nope, they sent out an email to all their $25 accounts that if you buy a new phone released after June, then you would have to switch to their new lowest plan.
No you can not, you'd be paying 5 more a month for an Iphone...
No, when you buy this phone you will need to upgrade to at least the $35. BUT if you register a credit card and sign up for auto=payment every month, you get a $5 discount on your bill so really its only $30/mo. That is a steal for iPhone.
Do the math…
Virgin Mobile: Phone $688 (tax) $30/ mo over 2 years = $1408
“Contract” Carriers: Phone $199 + $80/ mo 2 year contract + taxes, fees, admin costs and limits on data usage (not UNLIMITED like Virgin): $2119
That is a huge savings!!