Voyager Mobile

In the market for a new prepaid wireless service? Your list of choices will grow by one tomorrow morning, as Voyager Mobile has announced that it'll begin offering its prepaid services tomorrow morning. Voyager is a new MVNO that runs on Sprint's 3G and 4G WiMAX network, offering a couple of different plan options and a handful of Sprint devices. The plans that customers will be able to select when signing up for Voyager Mobile include a $19 unlimited talk and text plan and a $39 option that'll include unlimited talk, text and data. The carrier will also offer a "frequent talker program" dubbed Voyager Rewards, which will award customers that do a lot of talking on their phones with goodies like airline miles, gift cards, handset upgrades and free monthly service.

On the hardware side of things, Voyager Mobile says that it'll offer "most Android and Windows smartphones." That'll include devices like the Motorola XPRT, Motorola Photon 4G and Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch. Other products that'll be joining Voyager's roster include a couple of USB sticks, a mobile hotspot and Android-powered tablets from companies like HTC and ZTE.

There are still some details about Voyager Mobile that we're missing, like how much customers can expect to pony up for the aforementioned devices. So far, though, Voyager sounds like it's worth looking into for folks interested in a new prepaid service, especially for the heavy talkers that could get some use out of the Voyager Rewards program. As I mentioned before, Voyager is going live tomorrow, May 15th, so it won't be long before more information is available. Voyager says that it'll be opening sales in 18 states once the countdown on its site reaches zero tomorrow, with availability spreading to other portions of the U.S. in the coming weeks. You can find Voyager's announcement below to help you pass the time until sales open up in your neck of the woods.

Unlimited Wireless Plans starting at $19 per month, Introducing Voyager Mobile

KNOXVILLE, Tenn., May 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Starting Tuesday, May 15 at 6 AM EDT, wireless subscribers will have a new option when picking their cell phone carrier -- introducing Voyager Mobile. Through its nationwide 3G and 4G wireless network, Voyager Mobile provides unlimited wireless plans starting at $19 per month -- no contracts, credit checks, or gimmicks.

Voyager Mobile aims to make wireless service much more affordable, putting today's technology in the hands of subscribers nationwide at a lower and fixed monthly cost. Voyager Mobile offers most Android and Windows smartphones.

While saving money on wireless service comes standard, Voyager Mobile believes in rewarding its customers for talking on the phone. We're introducing Voyager Rewards -- the frequent talker program. Simply talking on the phone will reward you with points, which can be redeemed for airline miles, gift cards, phone upgrades, and free monthly service.

To learn more about the products and services of Voyager Mobile, or to sign-up for new service, visit us on the web at or call 1-866-579-5511.

Voyager Mobile is based in Knoxville, Tennessee and provides wireless service on its nationwide 3G and 4G wireless network. For press inquiries, please contact Voyager Telecom Corporate Communications at 865-381-2216 or email

Although Voyager Mobile's wireless network has coverage nationwide, sales of wireless service are currently being launched in select states, with the remainder coming soon. Please visit for more information.

Via Phone Scoop

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Vincent Del Pizzo
Vincent Del Pizzo Yes, if it promises me rewards. Plus Sprint is a nationwide network and I trust them. So for $19.99/month and a nice 4G Android phone, I'd make the switch. (:
Abram Wenevermet Dennis
Abram Wenevermet Dennis Never heard of this company.
Gary Strickland
Gary Strickland Verizon may cost more than most carriers, but the loyal customers of them is never gonna leave bc they know that the coverage is the best there is plain and simple! Verizon #1
BossMan Atl
BossMan Atl Nah. I'm still rocking T-Mobile.
Mark Fisher Jr.
Mark Fisher Jr. Sounds like crap.
Jessica Rodriguez
Jessica Rodriguez No way baby verizon all the way
Manh Nguyen
Manh Nguyen I'm switching if they offer it in California. Att sucks donkey balls.
George Clinton
George Clinton people don't go with a network, people, or well at least tech minded people go to where the coolest and newest phones are. voyager is a budget subsidiary, they have a much poorer selection of phones, it comes down to two things, have a cheap monthly bill with a pretty cruddy phone, or have a super phone and relatively high monthly bill? that's the decisions that are to be made. so would i go with voyager? sure, if i want a less than stellar phone, tech wise, but a super affordable bill.
Linda Babilaa
Linda Babilaa Sprint forever so nope
Dale Junior
Dale Junior Nope. Its a at home thing. All wifi pretty much.
George Isenhart
George Isenhart I am a loyal Sprint customer since 2005 but...I'm listening.... Impress me.
Richard Chevious
Richard Chevious inteeresting...
John-Michael Kobes
John-Michael Kobes 5/15 we will all know..
Paul-James Wahlström-Williams
Paul-James Wahlström-Williams gsm yes, cdma no

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