Virgin Mobile introduces new 'unlimited' plans starting at $30 per month

Virgin Mobile has announced a new set of plans, each of which offer unlimited talk and text, with up to 6GB of high-speed data. All of Virigin's new plans also come with the prepaid carrier's data-free music streaming, which allows you to stream music from select services with no impact to your data allotment.

These new plans start at $30 per month for 500MB of high-speed data. For $40, you can get 4GB of data, while $50 per month nets you 6GB of data. Virgin Mobile, a prepaid brand of Sprint, also offers Data Packs, which you can add on to your monthly plan at the price of $5 for 1GB or $10 for 2GB. If you run through your data allotment and choose not to purchase a Data Pack, you won't be charged an overage, but your speeds will be throttled back to 2G.

These plans all support Virigin's data-free music streaming, which currently supports streaming with no impact on your data pool for Pandora, iHeartRadio, Slacker, 8tracks and Milk Music.

Source: Sprint

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