Paradise Mobile Launches Its Data Plans

May 1, 2024 | 1 Comment

Paradise Mobile has announced its retail offerings for customers in the Bermuda market focused on competitive plans and  5G data.

The new mobile communications company has introduced “ground-breaking” unlimited data plans designed to transform the way Bermudians stay connected.

Following their successful Simply Unlimited Beta programme, launched in December last year, Paradise Mobile’s commercial launch promises consumers seamless connectivity without fearing overages or hidden fees.

The cornerstone of the launch is the introduction of unlimited data plans, coupled with super-fast data speeds and exclusive features like WiFi calling.

Brett Corday, the Paradise Mobile chief revenue officer, said: “We believe everyone deserves access to hassle-free, reliable connectivity.

“Providing better, cheaper, faster service to Bermuda represents a significant milestone for us, as we strive to empower consumers with unparalleled value and transparency in their mobile experiences.

“Our customers will be able to listen, watch, stream, scroll, and swipe all they want with truly unlimited, fast data.”

There are two plans on offer, with special introductory pricing – one for $79 a month and the other for $109.

The $79 Essentials plan includes 10GB of super-fast data, unlimited slower data with no extra costs, unlimited local calling, and unlimited texts to the United States, Canada, and the UK.

The $109 Data Freedom plan includes unlimited high-speed data, unlimited local and North American dialling, and unlimited global texting.

Both plan prices include the $12 regulatory fees.

The plans are designed to give customers flexibility, with month-to-month options and the assurance that prices will never increase or hide additional fees.

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  1. BETA TESTER says:

    I’ve been beta testing for PM for months now, it has improved big time, but still needs a lot of work. The data signal is not reliable, no different than One or Digicel. When PM works, ONE doesn’t for me. I would like PM to be near perfect so I can make the switch, but I just can’t do that right now.

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