There appears to be a bit of confusion out there about how Stratanet’s pricing plans are being changed for the new release of July’s higher network speeds. Here it all is, laid out in a table for you all to plainly see:
|Old Plan||Old Data||Old Speed||Old Monthly||New Plan||New Data||New Speed||New Monthly|
|Rural Micro +||5GB||6Mb/s||$69|
|Rural Micro Max||10GB||6Mb/s||$74.75||Turbo 10||10GB||6Mb/s||$50|
|Rural Mini +||30GB||6Mb/s||$90.85||Turbo 30||30GB||6Mb/s||$70|
|Rural Turbo +||50GB||6Mb/s||$113.85|
|Rural Turbo Max||60GB||6Mb/s||$138|
|Rural Turbo Unlimited||Unlimited GB||6Mb/s||$172.5|
|Nitro Max||Unlimited GB||10Mb/s||$150|
|Ultra Max||Unlimited GB||30Mb/s||$200|
The plans shown in italics are the like for like replacements – which as you can see, all drop directly in cost.
Other options within those bands are for higher speeds with the same data allowance, and all come *within* the previous costings.
Every single plan which is being offered is *better value* than their older plan options. You get more data, and/or more speed for less money.