Ultra Mobile's 5GB plan is $22 per month.
Taxes and fees are extra.
The plan includes unlimited minutes, unlimited texts and 5GB of data per month. After you reach your high-speed data allotment, you get unlimited data at slow speeds (128Kbps). You can use up to up to your entire high-speed data allowance as hotspot data.
Ultra Mobile uses the T-Mobile networks to provide coverage.
This plan is also deprioritized.
A deprioritized plan means you may notice temporarily slightly slower data speeds during times when the network is busy. This can include being at a sports game, stadium, concert, airport, or other crowded area where a lot of people are on their phones. When the network is no longer busy, you’ll resume getting the fastest speeds available.
Video streams at 1.5Mbps on this plan.
That's fast enough for watching videos at about 480p SD resolution.
Ultra Mobile's 5GB plan also supports:
You cannot add a smartwatch or tablet line to this plan.
Overall, I do not recommend Ultra Mobile's 5GB plan. I think it’s too expensive for the features and the data you get. I suggest you to consider other options.
Get talk, text, and data service when you travel internationally.
The way international roaming works on Ultra Mobile is you add either $5, $10, or $20 of international credit to your account.
Then, minutes, texts, and data that you use while abroad are deducted from your international balance at pay-per-use rates. Common rates are $0.25 per minute, $0.05 per text sent or received, and $0.20 per MB. Keep in mind that $0.20 per MB is equivalent to $200 per GB, which is quite expensive. You may consider other options for international data.
See Ultra Mobile's international rates here.
uTalk is a free add-on from Ultra Mobile that lets you enjoy up to 1,200 bonus international calling minutes to 39 destinations.
Simply enable the uTalk feature from your online account when you complete your activation.
You can call up to 10 unique phone numbers each month in any of the eligible uTalk destinations.
Learn more here.
Factoring in all auto-pay discounts, taxes, and fees, we estimate you'll pay the following:
Ultra Mobile is the parent company to Mint Mobile. They offer affordable prepaid plans with coverage on the T-Mobile network. Their plans and prices make them great for individuals. Ultra Mobile is now offering both classic monthly plans, and multi-month plans with a discount.Learn More