Voyager Mobile launches a few days late

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After a hacker attack killed their launch slated for last week, Voyager Mobile has announced this morning that they are officially open for business. Voyager Mobile is the latest Sprint-based mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) to launch, and runs on Sprint’s 3G CDMA and 4G WiMax networks. Voyager offers an unlimited talk and text plan for $19 per month, with unlimited data bringing the monthly price up to $39, plus any applicable local, state, and federal taxes.

Voyager has a decent array of phones available for sale, ranging from the basic Samsung M370 flip phone ($119) to the Samsung Galaxy S II, Epic 4G Touch ($549). As you’re paying full retail price for a device, you won’t be tied to the customary contracts carriers force you into when you purchase a subsidized phone. Provided you are okay with being tied to Sprint’s network, Voyager Mobile is a viable alternative to the costly subsidized voice and data plans currently available from major (and even many regional) carriers.

Those looking to get in on Voyager Mobile’s plans can head over to the Voyager Mobile website, pick out your device, and activate your line of service once you receive your phone in the mail.

[via Phone Scoop]

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  • Anonymous

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  • Anonymous

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  • Anonymous

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  • Anonymous

    Decent handsets; yes. Expensive handsets; yes. For just about all of a few seconds, I was looking forward to seeing another prepaid option come to the fore, regardless of whether it only used Sprint’s network. I thought; is there a chance that a provider might take a fresh approach, and instead of following the industry default of smacking down smarter phones, and better unlimited plans , would offer some really alternatives for those who are mostly interested in talking on a phone, and occasionally texting…I was to be disappointed. The same old song. This constant haping on about smart phones, and datacentric plans is becoming a little like an Abba song redone by thousands on different artists – everyone knows the words, so they’re real familiar,  and the chorus line is always the same…please gut me now with a blunt spoon. And still tracfone’s control over the low-incomemarket remains. Mostly due to, I suspect a lack of interest in low profit yields by the conventional carriers. So rather have tracfone deal with it. On the flip side; at least there is some provider dealing with ‘it’. If not, then there wouldn’t be the SVC phones for seniors, with their cheap prepaid svc plans. There wouldn’t be triple minutes, and there wouldn’t the safelink program. Alas, if the recession persists, even those big conglomerate will have to dig deeper into the markets for the dimes they’re losing elsewhere.

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