RadioShack’s no-contract rate plans leaked

RadioShack’s no-contract rate plans leaked

There have been rumors about  no-contract plans over at Radio Shack. These rumors can now be put to rest! We have leaked screen shots of these new plans and all details and pictures to go with them.

This new service for Smartphones will be offering two options. The first will include unlimited talk and text, along with 1GB of 3G data. The first plan is $50. For $60 per month customers will get everything the first plan has to offer plus, 2.5GB 3G data (Up from 1GB) and visual voicemail.

For “Feature Phones” you will also have two options. You can choose either $25 for 300 anytime minutes or $35 for 1,000 anytime minutes. With both plans include the following: voicemail, Caller ID, 3-Way Calling, Call Waiting, unlimited text, and unlimited 1x mobile web.

Below are the leaked screen shots:

Keep in mind this isn’t confirmed with Radio Shack yet so take this with a grain of salt. What do you think about these new “plans?” Let us know in the comments below!

Source Electonista

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  1. Neph
    August 28, 18:01 Reply

    That’s more $ for less service compared to what I’m getting at Straight Talk. I think I’ll stick with what I’ve got.

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