Voyager Mobile intros unlimited wireless plans starting at $19

Voyager Mobile Unlimited Plans

Voyager Mobile, an MVNO that resells airtime on Sprint’s network, on Monday announced it will offer unlimited wireless plans for use on its nationwide 3G and 4G networks starting at $19 per month on May 15th. “Voyager Mobile aims to make wireless service much more affordable, putting today’s technology in the hands of subscribers nationwide at a lower and fixed monthly cost,” the company said in a press release. The new wireless company offers no-contract Android and Windows Phone handsets that operate on Sprint’s EV-DO 3G and WiMAX 4G networks. The $19 per month plans includes unlimited talk and text, while a second plan for $39 per month includes unlimited talk, text and data. The company will offer Sprint’s most popular Android smartphones, such as the Motorola Photon 4G, Samsung Galaxy Epic 4G Touch, Motorola XPRT and others, along with a mobile hotspot, two USB dongles and Android-based tablets from HTC and ZTE. Voyager Mobile’s press release follows below.

Unlimited Wireless Plans starting at $19 per month, Introducing Voyager Mobile

KNOXVILLE, Tenn., May 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Starting Tuesday, May 15 at 6 AM EDT, wireless subscribers will have a new option when picking their cell phone carrier — introducing Voyager Mobile. Through its nationwide 3G and 4G wireless network, Voyager Mobile provides unlimited wireless plans starting at $19 per month — no contracts, credit checks, or gimmicks.

Voyager Mobile aims to make wireless service much more affordable, putting today’s technology in the hands of subscribers nationwide at a lower and fixed monthly cost. Voyager Mobile offers most Android and Windows smartphones.

While saving money on wireless service comes standard, Voyager Mobile believes in rewarding its customers for talking on the phone. We’re introducing Voyager Rewards — the frequent talker program. Simply talking on the phone will reward you with points, which can be redeemed for airline miles, gift cards, phone upgrades, and free monthly service.

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