Back in September, US Mobile debuted a couple of new plans with hard capped data. A $15 plan with 2.5GB of high-speed data and a $30 plan with 10GB of high-speed data were introduced. Today the provider has issued a massive update to each of those plans. The $15 plan now includes 3.5GB of data and the $30 plan now includes a whopping 30GB of data! Taxes and fees are extra.
Like before, the plans come with what US Mobile calls "ludicrous" data speeds or plans sold without data speed caps. This is to differentiate from US Mobile's unlimited data plans which start out with what the company calls "fast" data speeds or plans that are capped with a 5Mbps speed limit. Unlimited plan customers can upgrade to uncapped "ludicrous" data speeds for an additional $5/month.
US Mobile runs on two different networks. It calls one network its GSM LTE network and the other a Super LTE network. The company is not allowed to disclose what underlying carrier each network represents but there are enough hints on its website to deduce that the Super LTE network is Verizon and the GSM LTE network is T-Mobile. Subscribers can choose which network they'd like to use at signup. The two plan updates issued today are available for use on either network.