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  • Mike | Homeless On Wheels

    Wow… “only” $15/GB – so for what we used to pay $25 for will now cost $85

    • bill f

      I think if you are a heavy cell data user on Republic, you are probably part of the reason the plans needed to change. This is PERFECT for me, especially given that with only 2 plan switches per month I only used to turn on data the few times per year when traveling. Now I can add a modest amount of data to use when needed, but still keep costs low!

      • Micket Riley

        No Bill. If heavy users were the problem, then they should/could have suspended them. This is a profit move purely. That said, thus ends the great RW experiment.

        • bill f

          RW has done right by me. There was and still is not a better deal out there that I’ve seen — some other good ones, but not ‘as good’. There has also some disclosure I believe in the past about heavy data/cell users not utilizing wifi and RW losing money on those customers. Again, it’s all speculation but if it’s that big a deal to you, then you are free to go anywhere else w/out penalty.
          Best Wishes!

          • fedman

            “No penalty” except for the $300 phone (x’s 6) that I purchased that now only work on RW. If this is the new structure they want to use going forward, it would be nice for the plans that we signed up for to still be grandfathered in…even past July 16.

      • Calvin Hodgson

        How about RW make plans where low data cost much less, say $5 per GB, then it increases to $15. Doesn’t seem like they thought this out very well.

    • gunn4r

      Yeah gonna have to agree with you. This is not a good thing. I went with republic in the first place because I didn’t have to worry about data. I don’t use much, but thats beside the point, I don’t want to have to think about it or worry about it. This really sucks Republic.

  • Heather Clarke

    I am already a republic customer. Do I have to sign up for this refund plan, or is this effective for all current customers as well?

    • freakqnc

      For existing customers will automatically be forced into the new plan on August 2016. You will go from a $3/GB non refundable (as you have now) to a refundable $15/GB. If you use little to no data you may want to switch by contacting support, if your data usage is not below 1GB you may want to continue on what you have until your data allotment will be downgraded from 5GB/mo to 1GB/mo.

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  • freakqnc

    So it’s official. Users paying $25/mo have been downgraded to 1GB max of data consumption? If that’s the case it’s an extremely disappointing. I am a low usage subscriber but regardless I can’t help but feel ripped off 🙁

    • Calvin Hodgson

      Officially, no. “Members on the Republic Wireless 1.0 plans will have until August 1st, 2016 to make the transition.” They have Until August to switch.

      I am a bit disappointed to see that there are no unlimited plans. Maybe if they used Verizon or AT&T, but no…

      • freakqnc

        Indeed… we get the huge perk of being grandfathered to 08/01/2016 before being officially downgraded to a 5x lower data allotment. Newcomers (who might not even know the deal was far better before), might not mind if they don’t do the math and see that now there is little to no incentive to sign up with RW unless falling in the specific category of the niche represented by the users who were part of the 2000 who tested Maestro. To me this rollout prior to extending testing on a wider range of case studies was a massive failure. It should have been an add-on to the existing plans, NOT the only way to get a plan on RW.

        I for one, no longer feel comfortable recommending RW and I now regret I brought several subscribers here as I feel cheated by the deceptive move of trying to pass an increase in per GB data cost as “savings”. RW should have left the ability to get a non-refundable $3/GB with 5GB cap and offer this refundable $15/mo with 1GB cap to whomever would like that option instead of forcing it on everyone else.

        A truly terrible move no matter how much is being defended by everyone at RW.

  • freakqnc

    So it’s official. Users paying $25/mo have been downgraded to 1GB max of data consumption? If that’s the case it’s an extremely disappointing. I am a low usage subscriber but regardless I can’t help but feel ripped off 🙁

    • Calvin Hodgson

      Officially, no. “Members on the Republic Wireless 1.0 plans will have until August 1st, 2016 to make the transition.” They have Until August to switch.

      I am a bit disappointed to see that there are no unlimited plans. Maybe if they used Verizon or AT&T, but no…

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  • bill f

    RW has done right by me. There was and still is not a better deal out there that I’ve seen — some other good ones, but not ‘as good’. There has also some disclosure I believe in the past about heavy data/cell users not utilizing wifi and RW losing money on those customers. Again, it’s all speculation but if it’s that big a deal to you, then you are free to go anywhere else w/out penalty.
    Best Wishes!

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  • fedman

    I am in agreement here with those disappointed with the new “money savings” plans from RW. (Money saving for whom?) Where are all the examples of what happens to your bill when you go over that “huge ” amount of 1 GB????? I have 6 lines with RW that I started about a year ago. If I am not mistaken, when we started with RW it was UNLIMITED data…then they throttled back speeds at a certain amount of GB (I thought that it was maybe 5 GB, but it could have been less). That change never affected my bill. NOW they are giving us 1 GB. I am not sure how I will be saving money over some of the other carriers at $15 per GB….I can get that rate almost at any carrier. Only one line that we have averages above 1,5 GB a month, so we are not heavy data users, but there are better deals out there if you may use more than 2 GB per month. Always knowing what my bill was going to be with 5 kids made me happy to be a RW customer…. no surprises. I am glad that I will be grandfathered into the old plans so that I can find an alternative before July 2016. THIS IS NOT GOOD FOR ANYONE ALREADY IN RW.

    • freakqnc

      Couldn’t agree more fedman… not good for anyone whether in or out of RW. It’s only good for the niche of customers who fit the bill. That’s apparently the reflection of the 2000 users sample in the Maestro trial. In all likelihood those who took part were $10/mo users who were already no using cell data to begin with and must have loved to have the sporadic connection while away from the desk, kitchen, or living room. I don’t think the sample was a good reflection of the actual customer base, unfortunately it’s based on that sample that RW decided to roll out their new permanent, no-options plan model.

      At $15/GB there are many other options for families, businesses, individual and other users who aren’t stay at home dad/mom, grandma, or office/retail workers always in range of wifi access… those would be better off with a flip phone with no data or get a small/large tablet (whatever they prefer) using hangout to make and receive calls while on wifi… and while on the go a tablet could use an open wifi hotspot (provided in many metropolitan areas).

      After all if driving from/to work or take public transit (bus or subway) one shouldn’t be on the phone to begin with… (and no, even hands free while driving are distracting and dangerous and shouldn’t be used).

      Often there will be stores or coffee shops offering open wifi and if one has internet service, their ISP will also provide free open wifi to use while away from home… Time Warner cable and Verizon are two examples I know of and which I’ve used.

      For the sporadic data user that should be enough to access data on the go, much like the $10/mo users do now. And with more free open wifi initiatives coming to many US cities (like http://www.link.nyc/) there will soon be more availability for wifi access while on the go for any wifi enabled device.

      That doesn’t mean cell data access won’t be needed by those using a smartphone. Anyone who doesn’t have the luxury to be at home or at the office most of their day, or can’t use a stationary free hot spot, will need cell data while on the go. That’s the service a wireless phone carrier should offer… otherwise it’s merely a wifi VoIP service.

      The point of a smartphone is to be able to access “data on the go”. without that feature there is no “smart” in smartphone and it’s back to being just a cellphone. And for that the $150 entry level phone at RW is far too expensive… as a matter of fact there should be much cheaper options that RW users buying a $10/mo could buy!

      Phones sacrifice visibility and cripple usability due to satisfying the main requirement of being produced in tiny, portable form factors. Why deal with that when there is no need to do so? With all the great variety and availability of affordable tablets on the market today, anyone who most of the time has access to a wifi signal, wouldn’t even need a smartphone or the $5/mo RW plan… All they would need is to just have a tablet on wifi and google hangouts (or even a SIP service) to be able to both make and receive calls. One reason why most people buy the RW phones and service is clearly to have phone service while on the go hence why people sign up for the $10/mo Unlimited talk and text no cell data plan… another demographic is the one signing up (or at least who used to and no longer will) for the $25/mo due to the 5GB data cap usable at slower but still usable 3G speed where, those with higher needs would pay $40/mo to get the same at 4G speed.

      Sadly the model that brought RW to the popularity they enjoy today has been destroyed… so all I can think is that the amount of people on $25/mo and $40/mo plans is so negligible that RW has chosen to favor the lower tiers and forgo the rest who will either have to bite the bulled and be downgraded to 1GB cell data or find another alternative out there which will be more suitable to their needs.

    • Dan

      what do you mean grandfathered in with the old plans? Can we do that? I’ve had RW for 3 year and this past year I added my wife and son..again, because everything was unlimited for one easy price…$25 for 3G or $40 for 4G…EASY. If we are current cutomer, do we get Grandfathered in, and get to keep our old plans??

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  • Christopher Swift

    Looks like I’ll be getting rid of republic. I was selected to participate in the trial and then realized that based on my data consumption my bill would double. So I opted out of the trial. My guess is the only people that participated in the trial were people who new they would save. Trial a success!!! NOT!

    Kind of makes 4G pointless. Now you can really quickly use up all of your data.

    • Christopher Swift

      Just started looking. There’s other companies out there that will fill the shoes just saw one called https://www.freedompop.com/

      • Calvin Hodgson

        Last time I dealt with FreedomPop they weren’t that good. They love to sign you up for stuff if you are not careful, or give you free trials then don’t make it clear that you have to cancel before the period is over. Which you need to do over the phone, if you are downgraded to free that is.

        Not the first company of choice looking for RW alternatives.

    • freakqnc

      If more data heavy users had taken part in the trial, we would see a very different offer today. And by data heavy users I don’t mean people who went the closest to 5GB usage or over, I mean those who where using 50%~60% of the 5GB allotment (i.e. 2~3GB range). Regrettably looks like those who took part were super lightweight users who care little to nothing about data and more about getting a few dollars back… This was one of the massive mistakes: thinking that the 2000 users sample was a perfect reflection of the entire user base.

      I myself am not a heavy user with about 1/3rd of a GB average use, but only because I’ve been extremely careful and used data very parsimoniously and I would spend the extra few minutes looking for a working open wifi rather than use data while on cell network. I see now that was truly stupid of me and being so hyperaware of data consumption was a real mistake on my part as it gave the impression I might not need all that data I was being allotted as a user… hence RW decide unilaterally and globally to remove that allotment and it’s now (or rather will be in August 2016) gone for good, without caring about offering the choose between non refundable $3/GB or refundable $15/GB plans. I guess it’s true that no good deed goes unpunished.

      • cswizz

        They should have done the plan and not charged the difference if they wanted an accurate test / lab. When I looked at it I was like, “hmmm do I want to pay $60 next month for no reason…no” So I didn’t do it. My assumption was that they were just going to think about offering an additional type of plan. Not change everyone’s.

        If they really really wanted a true sample they’d have just not told anyone they were doing it, done it to everyone, and one month later told them that X is how much their bill would be under the new system. Then ask for feedback, but still charge the base rate (See what people think of the plan in the lab, without forcing them into the plan).

        All the 1+ GB users probably opted out of the lab and they probably kept all the >1GB users, and thus got “great feedback”

        • freakqnc

          Indeed my point… the sample isn’t reflecting the 100% of users on RW plans. Consider that users on $25/mo have 1.5x more weight (economically) than users on the 1.0 plan, and those on $40/mo have 3x more weight… that said is not a 1 to 1 comparison since the $10/mo create no additional expense on the data plan side and that’s what’s most expensive when RW has to buy traffic on the carriers they use to provide that to their $25/mo and $40/mo plans subscribers.

          Now all I could speculate is that those of us falling in the 2 former top tier categories became inconsequential once they numbers were crunched. Most likely the trial (which wasn’t for the users but for the financial department at RW) revealed that by rolling out what they did, there would be larger increases in revenue even if they were going to lose all those subscribers on the former 2 top-tier plans regardless ho much data they were using because they had a huge response from the bottom tier who jumped on board buying 500MB or 1GB even at $15/GB, especially enticed by the fact that’s also refundable. None of those $10-monthers even remotely considered that they were being charged 5x the rate of non refundable GB cost when on a $25/mo plan.

          So in the end the clear message for all the demographic disagreeing with the new plan models is: that’s what RW is now… if you like it god bless, if you don’t godspeed.

  • cswizz

    Good thing I just encouraged my family into RW accounts. Useless phones now that they can’t bring to new provider. Money down the drain.

  • Calvin Hodgson

    How about RW make plans where low data cost much less, say $5 per GB, then it increases to $15. Doesn’t seem like they thought this out very well.

    • John Casey

      very good idea

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  • James

    This is so frustrating. I’ve recommended so many people (around 20) to this service who are going to be faced with the same problem I am. I singed up for one thing (invested by buying phones) only to be forced to change in a year to something that increases my cost by 50%. So frustrating, Republic Wireless.

    I always thought that Republic Wireless would always have it over the competition due to pricing, thinking the other carriers would never be able to compete, but I’ve got to hand it to Republic for helping them level the playing field for people like me who 2 GB a month (small by anyone’s standards except RW).

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  • D.M.

    I have to agree with the others on this topic. I was shocked to see the plan pricing as a result of Maestro. Why would I ever opt to reduce my data plan from 5GB to 1GB for the same price, in hopes of getting a few back in savings?

    I do not have the luxury of having wi-fi available wherever I go. My workplace does not have free wi-fi for non-business purposes, it’s not within ‘sniping range’ of any other free wi-fi, and 4G is very limited in the area. When I’m at home, sure there’s wi-fi, but I’m not on my phone. I’m watching the kids, or mowing the lawn, or oiling the hinges, or using my laptop.

    This seems to go against everything Republic stood for in the past: Unlimited freedom at a low cost.

    • cswizz

      And if you have 4G you’ll probably mow through that 1 GB real quick. I think the only thing that ever kept my Data down was the already ridiculously slow speeds of the 3G in my area. I usually just gave up and stopped trying to do whatever I was doing. I dealt with this though as a trade-off between the 5ish GBs that I was offered when I (rarely) did have good speeds – didn’t have to worry about. (Other trade-offs included not receiving text messages, not sending text messages (but claiming they were sent), phone calls not sending – not sending – not sending, then calling people numerous times minutes to hours later, etc…. All of these were trade-offs for never having to worry about data consumption, but now that’s gone.

  • cswizz

    And if you have 4G you’ll probably mow through that 1 GB real quick. I think the only thing that ever kept my Data down was the already ridiculously slow speeds of the 3G in my area. I usually just gave up and stopped trying to do whatever I was doing. I dealt with this though as a trade-off between the 5ish GBs that I was offered when I (rarely) did have good speeds – didn’t have to worry about. (Other trade-offs included not receiving text messages, not sending text messages (but claiming they were sent), phone calls not sending – not sending – not sending, then calling people numerous times minutes to hours later, etc…. All of these were trade-offs for never having to worry about data consumption, but now that’s gone.

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  • Brian Blankenship

    Yeah they’ll all be looking for jobs before that happens. I’d rather go with T-Mobile than pay that much.

  • Brian Blankenship

    I’m looking into re-imaging my Moto X 2 and going to T-Mobile personally. I know it’s not an option for everyone but for those who have the technical know how its an option.

    • Brian Blankenship

      Failing this I’ll post a youtube video of me destroying our 2 moto x 2s in some creative way. (steam roller maybe?)

  • fedman

    RW used to be “unique”…something a bit different than everything else out there. They “tricked” me into believing RW was a “community”…sending emails introducing us to employees, etc. The most disappointing thing with this new change is that they are “selling” it to us as an “improvement”????? If the business model that they started with is not working and changes needed to be made, I wish they would have just explained this to the “community”. Attempting to “jam” these new plans down our throats as a “benefit” is ridiculous and just shows that RW is treating it’s customers the same as everyone else.

  • Winners Anonymous

    Looks like everyone will be heading over to FreedomPop! Republic Wireless’s new “2.0” plan is about as good as Republic Wireless’s customer service — ONE BIG JOKE! ?

  • Cody Kochmann

    Well…. This made my day since I use maybe 100 mb a month. Sure this isnt great with the whole 1 GB of data limit but honestly with 3g you have to download for nearly 10 hours strait to hit that limit.

    • Charlie Beals

      I’m in your boat, and according to republic, most other users are. I feel like it might just be that the more technically advanced users are the ones on the blog, and they are the same people who use a TON of data every month. Which is fine, I still don’t know if the plan change was a good idea, but it really does help the majority of their users(if their stats are correct), including every single person I’ve referred to republic.

  • http://duhpaynes.blogspot.com/ Anne Payne

    I’m so disappointed in this new plan change. I’m a $25 a month Republic customer for the past 18 months and have not minded that I didn’t use all my data each month. It’s nice just knowing it is there if I need it, for a set price. I now wish I had never talked my two sons into getting RW phones. One of them is a high data user because he is in the military and has NO choice since wifi is sketchy on his base and RW seemed perfect for him. So sorry he now has a useless phone that can’t be taken to another provider. It’s not like our military personnel have funds they can just throw out the window. I will not be recommending RW to anyone else.

  • Dan

    what do you mean grandfathered in with the old plans? Can we do that? I’ve had RW for 3 year and this past year I added my wife and son..again, because everything was unlimited for one easy price…$25 for 3G or $40 for 4G…EASY. If we are current cutomer, do we get Grandfathered in, and get to keep our old plans??

  • scotty Ø

    I’ve been recommending RW to my friends for almost 2 years. Now I’ll recommend people AVOID it! This is gimmick pricing, plain and simple. It’s designed to punish people who actually use their phones. Once I’m forced off my original $25 plan I’m done. I’ll go back to Verizon, which has a better network and won’t be any more expensive at that point!

  • scotty Ø

    I’ve been recommending RW to my friends for almost 2 years. Now I’ll recommend people AVOID it! This is gimmick pricing, plain and simple. It’s designed to punish people who actually use their phones. Once I’m forced off my original $25 plan I’m done. I’ll go back to Verizon, which has a better network and won’t be any more expensive at that point!

    • John Casey

      I have been telling people about RW for 2 years….I am not happy at all about the price change…my $10 plan will now be $14 or so, BIG increase….not happy at all.

      • Louis D.

        How will your $10 plan be anything but a $10 plan. There’s no change on the $10 plan.

  • terminalbrd

    Well, I think I’ll be gone next August.

  • John Casey

    check out KARMA, I bought it.

  • Comment ToMyself

    Republic Wireless–$40+tax for smoke-and-mirror 2GB plan (using a credit card payment plan) under the new Project Savings plan [the one in which 3/5ths of the data have been stripped away, and the price kept the same!]:
    * dialing delays
    * unreliable 3G data that grinds to a halt when plan allotment is used up
    * text messages fail to send/receive
    * visual voicemail buried as records throughout call history
    * no non-English characters in texting
    * no phone support (from a phone company!)
    * expensive handset required, features of which the RW network cannot support, and the handset can only be used on RW

    …versus…

    Cricket–$35 all inclusive for straight 2.5GB (requires a credit card payment plan), or
    Metro PCS–$30 all in. for straight 2GB (requires a family plan)
    * calls go through every time, immediately
    * robust data network, and 4G LTE instead of 3G; data is throttled to 2G after plan allotment is used up, but remains unlimited
    * texting works, including non-Latin characters
    * get help instantly from a live rep at an 800 number
    * handsets are cheap, as good as the Moto G & X, phone features work on these carriers, and the phones can be brought from network to network (they even roam that way)
    * includes unlimited WiFi calling, VoLTE calling, and WiFi data (just FYI, for those who actually believe only RW can perform those tricks)

    Those of you clinging to horrible service now at full retail+ because you hate to throw away your investment in a hamstrung handset you shouldn’t have bought in the first place are only hurting yourselves and rewarding bad corporate behavior. Just sayin’.

  • Comment ToMyself

    You forgot to mention that when you signed up, your monthly fee included unlimited roaming; after you signed up (and bought those 6 costly RW-only phones), RW unceremoniously stripped roaming out of your data plan and gallingly kept the plan price the same!

  • Sherry Lakey

    T mobile is offering 10 GB data, unlimited talk and text, 30.00 a month!!!!! RW you are lagging!!!!

  • Melissa Schinella

    I had planned to join rw until they did this. My contract is up this month and there is no way I’m doing it now!

  • Andrew Moeller

    It’s like RW has no idea what their appeal is

  • Don

    The benefit of RW for me, when I signed up, was that I could change over to data when I needed it for $25 and then go back to my $10 plan with ease. Now that I need it for my trip, RW tells me I can’t have data until after this billing cycle, which is after I return from my trip. And it cost a lot more. Now, I’m going to be stuck with a hefty bill that may be refunded to me in 2 months. I don’t use data, except on wifi, so the $10 plan worked for me. Now….. I need to talk to customer service and get this corrected and all I have are frequently asked Q&A and community blog for resources. This is a joke, not easy doing business with RW. Can somebody in the community help me cancel this BS plan, not charge me for next month, and set me back to my original plan? Also, this dropping of my calls and bad reception is getting old. I’m thinking I may just change carriers. Does anyone know if I can use all these moto phones with another carrier? I know RW won’t accept other phones for their plans, but will work the other way around?

  • SR

    First they got rid of the referral bonus. Then they messed up their plans. Now they’re forcing long time customers off of the better original plan. Definitely won’t be referring ANYONE anytime soon and will be looking for a new carrier for when my grandfathered status ends!

  • Eustacius

    Ting has cheap plans but RW seems to beat them. Someone in Silicon blogged that we all would be happier and less stressed if we did not use cell phones. I’m getting there. Less is better. Watched a commercial of father hiding in closet from son so he could play on tablet. Pathetic. Those glued to devices are not aware of themselves or others. Like politicians. $5 plan is best. Like Amish, turn on phone to get messages in evening. Make your calls. Turn it off. Sleep well.

  • Eustacius

    Sorry he’s in the service. Hope he can get a useful job.

  • CuiJY9P3tCzsDNn2LMuG

    republic wireless is useless. they will be out of business once all the
    people who had the old unlimited plans won’t be able to keep those plans
    anymore after july of 2016. they are rude, have terrible customer service and don’t understand the most basic concepts on being a cell phone provider. you can’t even bring your own device. worthless company.

  • world

    This Plan is Great. I have been on it for about 1.5 years now and my bill for three cell phones averages about 70.00 per month and I am on the 2GB program. Every month as promised Republic Wireless applies the prorated unused portion of my data toward my next months bill. I don’t know what all the crying is about. There are so many free wifi spots out there and in most places the wifi calling works fine and if it does not your phone switches to a cell tower. Most of the people complaining here are disconnected data hogs. Yes I said it. If you want to be a data hog go to Verizon and ATT otherwise get a high speed connection at your house and use Republic Wireless and save a lot of money. With Verizon my plan for three phones was 250.00 per month and then they lowered that to 160.00 per month and then I switched to Republic and saved another $1100.00 per year. I have better things to do with my hard earned money than give it to big carriers. Maybe Republic is not for all you whiners.

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