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AirVoice Wireless No Contract Prepaid Phone Plans

AirVoice Wireless has an interesting take on providing prepaid wireless service. In addition to selling an inventory,AirVoice they offer time bundles. In other words, they offer service in bundles of 1, 3, 6, and 12-month plans. According to their website, if you’re a beginner and it’s your first time learning about AirVoice Wireless, they recommend testing it out with a 1-month plan. That’s an interesting way to introduce a customer to your service.

Although these are considered no-contract plans, if you sign up for anything longer than a month, it takes on the flavor of a contract for the period of time you signed up for. If you like the plan, keep paying the monthly cost for the duration of the plan or switch plans to one of a longer duration (if you had selected the 1, 3, or 6-month plan).

Just a curious thought: What happens if you sign up for the 12-month plan and then, 4 months into the “no contract” you decide to switch to another company? Will you be responsible to pay for the remaining 8 months of the “contract” or can you pick up and go?

AirVoice Wireless Plans

All of the 1-month plans have Unlimited Talk, Unlimited Text, and Nationwide coverage. The difference in price and features is in the amount of Data and whether or not you select the AutoPay option.

Currently, the 1-month Data and pricing options are as follows:

DataWithout Auto PayWith AutoPay
No Data$7$5

They also have what they call Promotion Plans for 3 months. They range in price from 6GB of data for $15/month up to Unlimited data for $30/month. There are a couple of plans in between.

The Six-month plans range from 6GB for $20 per month up to Unlimited for $35 per month. When you look at it on a per/month basis, the 3-month promotion is a better deal.

Then there are the 12-month plans which range from 6GB of data for $15/month up to Unlimited data for $30/month, the same pricing as the 3-month promotion plan.

All plans use 5G or 4G LTE, whichever is strongest.

AirVoice Pay As You Go Plans

In addition to the monthly bundled plans listed above, AirVoice Wireless offers Pay As You Go Plans. With Pay As You Go, there’s no question as to when the service begins and ends. It begins when you buy airtime and ends when either you use all of the airtime or the time period has elapsed.

Below is a chart from the AirVoice Wireless website of the current price listings for the Pay as You go plan.

AirVoice Pay as You Go

With this plan, you can talk, send texts and use Data.

There’s a monthly $1 maintenance fee with this plan. Make sure you have at least $1 in your account. If have less than that, the monthly fee will deplete your balance.

AirVoice HotSpot Plans

If all you need is Data, then choose one of the AirVoice HotsSpot monthly plans. These plans range from 1GB to 10GB as follows:

  • 1GB - $8 per month
  • 2GB - $14 per month
  • 5GB - $25 per month
  • 10GB - $35 per month

These plans are sold on the website bundles of more than one month. If you add one of the plans to your cart, it defaults to 3 months of service without the option to change the number of months. If you’re looking to purchase only one month, you might have to contact a Customer Service Rep to ask if it’s possible to purchase a different increment.

Phones and HotSpot Devices

In addition to offering various wireless plans, AirVoice also sells a wide variety of phones (including iPhones and Samsungs) and hotspot devices. When you buy a phone from them you can take advantage of some of their cellular plan deals. Or, you can bring your own phone.

AirVoice has been in the prepaid cellphone business for over 23 years. They appear to be a reputable company with years of experience. Their home base is in Houston, TX. If you have questions about their service, visit their Help Center. More than likely you’ll find the answer to your questions there. If not, either use their Contact Form or call them at 1-888-944-2355.

Did you know?: If you meet the Lifeline criteria, you may qualify to receive a free device (smartphone or tablet) along with discounted or free wireless service (plans vary by state).

About the Author: LaForey is a person who was fed up with contract phone plans and opted for something more practical.

Last Modified: 7 February 2024

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