Wireless plans from Lycamobile include a $19 plan, international plans priced at $23, $39 or $49, and high-speed data plans for $35 and $55, as of December 2015. United Kingdom-based Lycamobile claims to be the world's largest mobile virtual network operator, providing inexpensive, high quality voice and data services to more than 14 million users in 19 countries including the United States, where it partners with T-Mobile.
The $19 Plan, which costs $19 every 30 days, includes unlimited talk and text nationwide; unlimited international texts; unlimited minutes to Canada, China, Singapore and eight other countries; and 100 megabytes of data only at up to 4G LTE. The $23 International Plan includes all the features of the $19 Plan plus unlimited nationwide data and a $1.50 international call and text bonus credit.
The $35 High Speed Data Plan costs $35 per 30 days and includes unlimited talk, text and data nationwide; 2 gigabytes of data at up to 4G LTE; unlimited international texts; and unlimited minutes to Canada, China, Singapore and seven other countries. The $39 International Plan allows unlimited calling to more than 50 countries, while the $49 International Plan provides users with unlimited calling to more than 70 countries.