Thinking out of the box is definitely a quality that many of us should be on the lookout for, as well as practice, of course. After all, being able to do so would go a long way in allowing one to be flexible and figure out creative solutions to particularly difficult situations. Here is a mobile service provider in the US that did just that. Known as Charge, this carrier offers data only plans, and you do not even need to own a phone line in the first place.
How does Charge intend to go about its business? For starters, it would like to incorporate GSM compatible SIMs down the road, but at the moment the MVNO will ride on Sprint’s nationwide network, making it compatible with just about any Sprint-enabled device, phones and tablets. Not only that, as long as you have a Nexus 5 or newer (that means the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P as well) will be eligible, but needless to say the Phone and Messaging apps won’t be working at all.
As for pricing, plans will start from $15 per GB or $13 per GB should you decide to settle for 3GB and above. Best of all is, the data will never expires, and charges your card automatically whenever you run out, although that can be determined by you.
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