Something tells me that Virgin Mobile’s new prepaid broadband plans will once again raise the question of what is defined as unlimited. Via IntoMobile we learn that the company plans to overhaul its Broadband2Go offering this week, going from three choices to two. That might seem bad, but when one of them is a $40 one-month plan that provides unlimited data, it actually seems pretty good. Great, even. Which makes me think that it’s too good to be true. I tried out Virgin’s broadband earlier this month using the MiFi, and I have to say the experience was excellent (review forthcoming). To get unlimited for $40 is a coup. You can also get a $10 plan that provides 100MB over 10 days.
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