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Virgin Mobile $20 Top-Up Card

3.8 out of 5 stars 64 customer reviews
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  • Good for $20.00 worth of airtime. No activation fee or credit check
  • Choose from three great ways to Pay As You Go – Minute2Minute, Day2Day, and Month2Month
  • Voicemail is included; so when you check your messages from your cell phone, you only pay for airtime
  • No monthly bills, no long distance fees, and no roaming charges
  • Note: Airtime cards are non-returnable, non-refundable and non-replaceable.
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Product Description

Virgin Mobile allows you to choose from three great ways to Pay As You Go – Minute2Minute, Day2Day, and Month2Month. Pick whichever which fits your talk style. All three work on any of our phones and they're all free of long-term commitments. Choose one when you activate your phone, you're always free to switch between offers. Choose Minute2Minute and buy only the minutes you want. This plan gives you up to 150 minutes/month at 25¢/minute the first 10 minutes of the day and 10¢/minute the rest of the day. Choose Day2Day and your calls are only 10¢ minutes all day, every day. Select the Day2Day plan and you get 150–500 minutes/month and 10¢ minutes all the time for just 35¢ each day. This is great way for daily talkers to pay less with no monthly commitment. Choose Month2Month and enjoy our best rates with nights & weekends. Use 300 minutes/month or more, especially on nights and weekends. Start each month with 300 Month2Month minutes for just $29.99 (plus applicable taxes and regulatory fees). No need to pick a plan, it adjusts to your use. Pay $10 forGet additional levels of airtime for just $10 more and get minutes as low as 4¢. Don’t worry about outrageous overages, additional anytime monthly minutes after level 3 are 20¢ and as low as 4¢ each. Month2Month minutes include anytime and night & weekend minutes and the prices exclude applicable taxes and surcharges.

From the Manufacturer

Paying by the minute, not by the month. We call it Top-Up. It's how you add money to your Virgin Mobile account and keep the calls coming. Instant Top-Up: Use a Top-Up Card or credit card to add money to your account right now.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00008O394
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #357,163 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

Verified Purchase
Virgin Mobile's prepaid service is pretty good, if not exactly cheap. It's definitely for people who don't make a lot of calls, since each call costs 25 cents per minute (10 cents after first 10 minutes each day). If you just want a phone only for needy cases (not for mindless chats), this is a good deal. Minimum refill is $20 (twenty) every 90 days, so you can keep a cell phone for only $80 (eighty) per year.
Pros:
- 90-day balance period, plus 60-day grace if you don't refill
- Free voicemail, unlike T-Mobile or AT&T Wireless or Verizon Wireless
- Stylish phones
- MTV content
- Uses Sprint PCS network, decent voice clarity, ok coverage
- Great customer service, resolves problems quickly
- Easy to activate and refill
- Easy (and free) to get balance on the phone
- No credit check, no taxes or surcharges, just flat fees
- You can stay completely anonymous if you want
Cons:
- Extremely annoying menu system when you call
- Very annoying website, slow and stupid and confusing
- Initial cost of phone is high (i.e., no subsidies)
- MTV content costs extra
- Sprint PCS not available in many rural areas
- Network can be busy in the evening
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I really love Virgin Mobile. I bought a Virgin Mobile phone for my teen daughter and I love the way the system works... and it is easy to add minutes, easy to keep your phone active, and has a totally fair minute usage plan. Top-Up cards fill the account and the balance can be used for airtime (minutes) messaging, ringtone downloads, and other features known as Virgin Xtras. This is a great way to help ensure that your teen has a phone for emergencies, and personal use but an excellent way to control the expense, while teaching them the responsibility of cell phone usage. It is also an excellent choice for people who don't use their cell phone often. My brother-in-law doesn't use his cell phone much at all... only but a few monutes a month. He wastes $30.00 each month on cell phone service, but he will be switching to Virgin Mobile because with Virgin you only need to Top-Up with at least $20.00 every 90 days to keep your number active, and you don't lose those minutes. $20.00 every 90 days is much less than $30 every month! So he will waste less money with this plan.
The extra features are great!!
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While I love the Virgin Mobile service and the freedom of not having a contract, you should do your Top-Up through their website virginmobileusa.com instead of buying a card from a retailer. The card I received from Amazon is expired by six months! (As of this writing you can also get a fantastic deal on clearance phones at the Virgin site.)

When considering the cost of call time, which may seem high, keep in mind you are also paying for all associated taxes, caller ID service and voice mail! Makes it quite reasonable to pay 25 cents/minute for your first 10 minutes of the day and just 10 cents/minute thereafter. And there are no additional charges.

Bottom line: get the service, but don't buy the Top-Up card at Amazon.
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It thought I was saving time by buying my card online instead of having to go out to the store and get one, but I was WRONG! Don't get me wrong, the phone and cards are great, but be careful if you purchase your Top-Up cards online!! If it takes more than 72 hours between the time you order the card (activated by Amazon at time of purchase/shipping) and the time you receive it, the pin # will "go cold" and it shows up as an invalid pin # when you try to top-up. You won't be able to use it without faxing a bunch of information and a copy of the card to Virgin Mobile Customer Service. I went through this recently and it was a real PAIN! I'll be purchasing my cards at my local store from now on.
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I too purchased a top up card with the expiration date of 12/31/04. I called Virgin Mobile and they said they extended the expiration date until 12/31/05. Just wanted to let people know the cards are still good!
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I shopped around before deciding to go with Virgin Mobile. I was a previous Sprint PCS customer so I knew the Virgin Mobile Network would be adequate (they use the Sprint Network). The Virgin Mobile plan is simple and there are no hidden fees. Here is the breakdown...$0.25 a minute for the first 10 minutes of the day and $0.10 a minute after that. Or, $0.35 a day and $0.10 a minute. Text messaging is free to receive and $0.10 to send.

You have to top-off your Virgin Mobile phone at least $20.00 every 90 days. If you don't use your phone much, but enjoy the convenience of having it, it will only cost $6.66 a month to operate.
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I got my phone (Vox 8500)in March and have been using it ever since I received it. It is a good phone plus the Top-Up card I received today has an experation date of Dec. 31, 2004 and I don't have to Top-Up again until June 13, 2004. The back of the card has a space for you to scratch off to reveal the pin number. I think it's good that it has a long lasting use by date since I can keep it until I need to Top-Up again to keep my account active. I only needed the phone for occassional use and it is good for this and inexpensive. The phone is clear and loud and easy to program and feature packed. Get this phone if you don't want a high cell phone bill but want a cell phone that you can use. I like the long experation date so I can buy them in advance and hold them until I need to use the card. Well worth it.
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