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Walmart Family Mobile Details

Walmart Launching Cell Phone Service: Here's What You'll Get

Yesterday, Walmart introduced a self-branded cell phone service that will heat up the competition between similar pay-as-you-go and contract-free competitors. Appropriately named Walmart Family Mobile, the service is provided in partnership with T-Mobile, and will bring inexpensive cell phone service to customers without the need for a contract.

Walmart Family Mobile is different from other non-contract services in that it combines some aspects of traditional, end of the month billing cycles, with prepaid features. It's inexpensive, simple, and will be quite attractive for low-income families and tech-savvy mobile users alike. Want to get all the details? Then just keep reading.

Here's what you'll get in a new Walmart Family Mobile plan:

  • "Post-paid" plans — paid at the end of the month, but won't require credit checks or deposits
  • Contract-free
  • $45 a month for the first line, $25 a month for each additional line
  • Unlimited voice and text for each line
  • Reduced cost on cell phones (from Android-run smartphones to clamshell)
  • Data plans are paid upfront and as-you-go, shared among all lines of service, and roll over from month-to-month — data never expires. The catch: 1GB of data will cost $40
  • Walmart Family Mobile launches on September 20 in over 2,500 locations
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narcissagomez narcissagomez 5 years
People might argue that prepaid companies like Straight Talk that is my company and also sold at Walmart don't really unlimited data because of their "lower grade" phone selection - I disagree. I bought a moderated price phone with Straight Talk (over $100) and I use my data very often for work and personal use - not mention I have the same $45 plan with unlimited calling and texting and 411 included. The main I noticed with this Walmart company was also the network - I can't be tempted away from the Verizon network's quality. Honestly, as a single working person, adding an extra line isn't a big deal for me, but data is so I think ST is a better all around option.
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