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Virgin Mobile announces $40 unlimited data plan

Virgin Mobile has announced a new $40 unlimited monthly data plan, which, when combined with a $150 Mi-Fi mobile hotspot, provides an attractive option for iPad and iPod touch users. The new offering does not require a contract, allowing customers to start and stop their service without a fee, and the $150 hotspot would allow users to connect up to five devices at a time, including iPods, iPhones, and iPads. Notably, Virgin Mobile’s devices operate on Sprint’s nationwide network, with roaming limited to 300MB per month. [via TidBits]

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I have a Novatel 2200 hotspot, Verizon branded, near the end of contract. Once this contract ends, will I be able to take advantage of the Virgin Mobile data plan?

Posted by ttman21 on August 27, 2010 at 9:15 AM (CDT)

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