CellOne Launches New Prepaid Data Plans

November 8, 2012

CellOne announced today the launch of new Prepaid Data Plans. The suite of new plans offers customers daily, weekly and monthly options that will work onall Smartphones and Tablets.

By offering data options on prepaid, customers can choose how much data they want to use, when they want to use it without committing to a monthly bill or contract commitment.

“Giving prepaid data options to our customers has been on our innovation list for a long time.” said Frank Amaral, Chief Operating Officer of CellOne. “Customers that like the flexibility of prepaid will now have the added ability of staying connected through data on a Smartphone or Tablet. In today’s connected world, data has become as important as voice, so this was a natural evolution to our product offering.”

The prepaid plans for Blackberry customers start at $9 for a week of Unlimited BlackBerry Social [which includes BBM, Facebook, Twitter, etc.]. Plans are at promotional prices until January 31st of 2013. For other Smartphones such as iPhone and Android devices, customers can get daily, weekly and monthly allotments of data to suit all their needs.

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  1. Just Sayin says:

    How about giving us consistent coverage for 3G let alone 4G. Try working on that. Cant even remember the last time my phones said 3G. Would be nice to get what we pay for.

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    • No problem says:

      I get 3G on my CellOne phone nearly everywhere I go. And it's an old blackberry.

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  2. Stop complaining for 1 second says:

    @ Just Sayin
    Maybe you should switch to Digicel.
    I have Island Wide Coverage 24/7 and great speeds when downloading or watching videos on my samsung galaxy s3

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  3. Y-Gurl says:

    Try turning on an Internet radio station when your on 3G driving in to town from somerset and you will hear about 4 minutes of the radio not a great signal, having said that digicel is even worse

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