Helio drops price of unlimited plan to $99

MVNO Helio has dropped the price of its unlimited plan from $145-a-month to $99-a-month. The change comes a mere week after Sky Dayton stepped down as CEO of the MVNO to let parent company SK Telecom's vet Wonhee Sull take over. Helio's unlimited offer includes voice minutes, texts and on-device data usage. Helio has offered the $99 unlimited plan in the past, and this is another limited time offer. Interestingly, the fine print notes that the $99 monthly fee only includes "membership fees" and does not apply to any other charges.

For more on Helio's $99 unlimited plan:
- check out the Helio site here

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