More news on the X10 Mini Pro, it has hit the shelves at Virgin Mobile for $5/mo on their new $29 ‘Smart Cap’.

The $29 cap includes unlimited text to national mobiles, 1GB of data, unlimited talk Virgin-to-Virgin & $50 credit.

For more info on the new ‘Smart Caps’ read on.

The new ‘Smart Cap’ from Virgin Mobile are amazing value:

Anyone now interested in Virgin? I am.

Source: Virgin Mobile.
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nobodyatwp
10 years ago

didn’t think virgin speed was any different to optus or voda

John Boxall
10 years ago

Good luck trying to use all that data on Virgin.

Matt
Matt
Reply to  John Boxall
10 years ago

I have two mates on Virgin who used the free 1 GB to its fullest and they had no problem over the three months it was available, one with a Magic and the other with an iPhone. I think I’ll port over on Monday.

nobodyatwp
10 years ago

p.s is your name Jesse?

nobodyatwp
10 years ago

yeh definitely ask i reckon they will allow the swap as long as you are paying a similar amount, probably 39 + 12

Kipela
10 years ago

I just signed up for the X10 not even a month ago and see THIS come out – blargh!

I know the deal is for the X10 Mini, but does anyone think they may throw a similar deal my way for the X10 if I was to ask? Currently on the $25 rollover cap + $20/mo for $50 calls + 300mb data – I’d kill to jump onto the $39 cap if they started offering it on the X10.

Are we within our right to ask for such a thing?

nobodyatwp
10 years ago

fingers crossed they will get the legend after Voda’s 3 months is up

Lucas
10 years ago

outright is about $500

mo buksh
mo buksh
10 years ago

Any information about an outright price or unlocking fee by any chance?

Ghengis of Coles Gungahlin
Ghengis of Coles Gungahlin
Reply to  mo buksh
10 years ago

I don’t think Virgin locks their post-paid phones – Dad bought a Nokia 6220 Classic from Virgin, and used a Turkcell SIM when he went to Istanbul.

Mark
Mark
Reply to  Ghengis of Coles Gungahlin
10 years ago

Yep, phones are unlocked and after 6 months of the contract you can get out by just paying the outstanding handset cost. Funny that the easy get-outs are the reason I stay with Virgin. Bring on Galaxy S in Aug!

F-Bomb
F-Bomb
Reply to  Ghengis of Coles Gungahlin
10 years ago

Nice! Is Virgin the only carrier to offer unlocked post-paid phones?

e
e
Reply to  Ghengis of Coles Gungahlin
10 years ago

No, Optus phones are unlocked too, and I’m pretty sure most other carriers provide post-paid phones unlocked as well.