Not very enticing... (Score: 1) by firstname.lastname@example.org on 2015-04-23 00:46 (#7MC7) Hmmm... $20/mo + $10/GB doesn't sound competitive, unless your data usage is MASSIVELY inconsistent from month to month, usually using just a bit of data, but sometime needing HUGE amounts of data.T-Mobile has offered a $30/mo 5GB service for years. Republic Wireless (on Sprint) offers 5GB of LTE for $40/mo and 3g for just $25/mo both with unlimited voice/text/mms. Boost/Virgin (Sprint) offer 2.5GB LTE for $35/mo. If you're going to use more than 6GB/mo, Sprint's completely unlimited $80/mo plan (which drops for each successive phone) should do it. Re: Not very enticing... (Score: 1) by email@example.com on 2015-04-23 03:07 (#7MHV) Remember, Google is just a middle man in this new service. The actual data is still being transfered using the T-Mobile and Sprint backend networks. This means, other than bulk discounts, Google is totally dependent on the pricing of the underlying services.Ars has compiled a really nice price comparison here: #7M6Y Re: Not very enticing... (Score: 1) by firstname.lastname@example.org on 2015-04-23 05:40 (#7MQ8) Republic Wireless is also an MVNO, and yet they have better pricing. Re: Not very enticing... (Score: 1) by email@example.com on 2015-04-25 00:28 (#7S5C) Used to be higher than that; it's changed since last I looked, now definitely looks attractive.https://republicwireless.com/plans/But do they resell Sprint, like most of these MVNOs?? cuz that's not real useful in my area.