As a casual user of Virgin Mobile's pay as you go broadband, I am extremely disappointed they narrowed down their pay as you go plans from four plans to two.
The $20 plan they had was sufficient for me as it gave me 300mb of data transfer for the month. Now, you have two choices, $10 for 10 days or $40 for 30 days. I will acknowledge that the $40 plan gives you unlimited usage.
Well, here is the kicker. At Walmart they offer the old plans that Virgin Mobile used to offer. I asked Virgin Mobile's customer service if I buy the top off card from Walmart and apply it to my broadband2go device, will I get the old 300mb data transfer usage. The reply was no. I have to buy a new broadband device from Walmart to get access to all these data plans!
I replied there is nothing wrong with my current broadband device and why should I have to buy a new one for $80 to get a much wider selection of broadband plans that you previously offered anyway.