As of 15th June 2018, Virgin will no longer be selling new services and all retail stores will close by the end of June.
What should you do: We have lots of great mobile plans to choose from. Visit our mobile comparison table to find a new plan.
When it comes to data, Virgin Mobile isn’t kidding around. The telco knows we’re spending more and more time on our smartphones, so their SIM plans are designed to cover all our needs. They’re even offering a plan packing a whooping 18GB of data. Even if you’re an avid user, we doubt you can burn through all that in a single month.
Virgin Mobile has a plan for everyone – from prepaid mobile broadband to phone plans, you’ll likely find an offer to catch your eye. However, their SIM only plans, available on 12-month contracts, stand out from the crowd thanks to the hefty data allowances. Especially since they all come with unlimited calls and texts.
The $30 plan packs 3GB of data and $50 for standard international calls. The $40 plan includes 10GB and $200 for standard international calls. As you can see, already a huge difference in GB. From this point on, all plans also offer data-free music streaming of Spotify, iHeartRadio, and Google Play Music.
Next, we have the $50 plan, which comes with 15GB data and $300 for international calls. And finally, the $60 plan includes 18GB of data and $500 international call credit. All plans come with data rollover – unused data roll over to the next month only.
Moreover, Virgin is constantly running special promotions, so we’d keep an eye on their website for even more amazing deals.