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@SD08, I would make the 200mb deal to $4 for those who truly canNOT afford it. 4 bucks? that's an odd number? If someone who just needs a little bit to push them over great. But, if another 2oomb is justifiable, they will fork over another $4. In the end, if they decide to get 1 gig by buying 200mb x 5 times = 1 gig = $20, Public Mobile is still making money by $5.
$8 is a bit steep, but it's a major upsell to the 1gig for $15. But for some, that extra $15 is hard especially during these times?
My two cents...sorry, 5-cents worth!
$15 1GB data add-on price is a good deal.
Although it does make $10 200MB data add-on and $30 1GB data-only plan look like awful deals, lol.
@Korth I would say there is a method to their madness....slowly get rid of or discourage users from having full 4G data speed and forcing the purchase of at least 1gb of add on data. Even before they lowered the price of 1gb to $15 it was a much better deal at $30 then $10/200mb which was equal to $50/1gb.
It looks like they have not gotten around to updating the site yet.
But I can confirm it has indeed been changed once you have an account.
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@Jb456 I can see PM's updated new pricing for the 1GB on my desktop but not on my phone.
I remember when PM added $5/500 mins to their add-on lineup that it took several weeks before it was viewable on a phone and some customers wondered if that add-on had been removed as they couldn't find it on their devices. Of course, it would be better from a prospective customer's viewpoint to be able to see the current pricing for everything immediately, but I guess it'll be a few weeks again..