Voyager Mobile was scheduled to launch last week, but a last minute attack on its website postponed things for a few days. Everything has been fixed, and Voyager Mobile is now ready to start accepting customers. In case you didn’t know, Voyager Mobile is a MVNO (mobile virtual network operator) that sells access to Sprint’s 3G and WiMAX networks.
Voyager Mobile has two contract-free plans for customers. There’s the America Lite plan for $19 a month that includes unlimited talk and text, and the America Unlimited plan with unlimited talk, text and data for $39 a month.
These monthly prices are so low because Voyager Mobile sells phones at full price. The Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch will cost you $549, and a Windows Phone such as the HTC Arrive is selling for $489. The cheapest phone is the Samsung M370 flip phone for $119.
Voyager Mobile also offers Voyager Rewards which customers accumulate just for talking on their phones. This feature isn’t live yet, but it will be soon. Voyager Mobile will also start selling tablets, USB Aircards a MiFi devices in the future.