Claro launches new wireless plans with more data

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Claro is pushing plans with more data. (Credit: © Mauricio Pascual)

Claro is pushing plans with more wireless data. (Credit: © Mauricio Pascual)

Wireless service provider Claro announced Thursday the availability of new contract-free plans offering more data and LTE speeds of 10GB, 15GB and 30GB. The new plans are designed for clients that consume high levels of broadband data, and are priced at $60, $70 and $100 a month, respectively.

The carrier is also offering additional options in local plans from $25 and up, and national plans from $30 to $100 a month, with speeds ranging from 500MB to 30GB.

“We continue giving customers the deals they want — a lot of Internet and good equipment. We have increased the amount of broadband in our plans to offer more alternatives, to please customers. With these new plans, they can surf the Internet with 30GB of data,” said Claro President Enrique Ortiz de Montellano.

National plans include unlimited calling in Puerto Rico, unlimited texting, and photo and video sharing in Puerto Rico, to the U.S. and international locations, long distance to the U.S. mainland and unlimited roaming stateside. Local plans include unlimited calls in Puerto Rico, unlimited texting, and photo and video sharing in Puerto Rico, to the U.S. and international destinations.

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