US retail giant Wal-Mart has rolled out a new post-paid wireless plan for families, set to run on T-Mobile US network.
The new wireless plans joins Wal-Mart's Common Cents and Straight Talk wireless offerings, which run on Sprint Nextel and Verizon Wireless respectively.
The Wal-Mart Family Mobile service will charge $45 per month for the first line and $25 for other lines that follow.
Every line will get unlimited call and text messages every month.
Wal-Mart will also offer a 100MB WebPak for data access in every phone. The data will be shared among the family members and any unused data will get transferred to the next month.
The WebPak will also allow the users to make international calls to landlines in a about a dozen countries for 5 cents a minute.
Greg Hall, vice president of merchandising for Walmart US, said in a statement to PC Mag: “Wal-mart Family Mobile makes it more affordable to build meaningful relationships with family and friends so that even when budgets are limited, time spent communicating with loved ones isn't.”