Red Pocket Mobile
Red Pocket Mobile Phone Plans
Red Pocket Mobile plans cater to various needs, with a number of options available. You have your choice of a monthly plan, yearly plan, family plan, or a data only plan. Monthly plans are your basic prepaid plan where you pay for one month at a time. If you choose a yearly plan, you'll pay for the entire year upfront, which isn't great if you want to cancel half way through the year, but you'll get a cheaper rate.
Family plans are a great way to save on your Red Pocket Mobile plan, with additional lines added to your account at a discounted rate. Finally, if you want to utilize your mobile data and WiFi to make calls and send texts, then there are some data-only plans you can sign up for.
Buy a Red Pocket Plan
Signing up for a Red Pocket cell phone plan is easy. Simply choose your plan and pick which network you want to use. Red Pocket uses all four major networks—Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T, and Sprint—to power their service. Although Verizon has the best coverage in the U.S., it's important to check coverage in your specific area before making your decision.
Once you've figured out which network is best for your location, you'll need to select the network for your Red Pocket plan when you place your order. Since Red Pocket doesn't sell cell phones, you'll need to bring your own phone, so make sure it's compatible first.
Once you've received your Red Pocket Mobile SIM card, simply activate it online and you're ready to go!
Red Pocket Mobile Guides and News
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About Red Pocket Mobile
Founded in 2006, Red Pocket is a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) offering service on all major cellular networks in the United States. With their reasonable rates, you can potentially save big by switching to Red Pocket while remaining on the networks you are used to and trust.
Working with the major network types, phone compatibility is not an issue with Red Pocket as it might be with other MVNOs who only work with one specific type of network. This makes Red Pocket a strong option for anybody wishing to keep their phone and phone number but are ready to switch to a more affordable cell phone plan.
In fact, Red Pocket’s business model primarily targets customers who wish to bring their own phone. That being the case, Red Pocket does not really directly sell phones except for rare instances. Instead, customers can buy starter kits to help activate their phones onto Red Pocket’s services.
Red Pocket has several cell phone plans starting a very low cost plan with limited minutes, limited text, and limited data. They also offer plans with unlimited talk and text, and higher data limits. Family plans are also available with Red Pocket at a special rate.