So there's this trend with mobile carriers regarding unlimited data plans where they're dropping them in lieu of tiers. Perhaps you know of it already. Virgin Mobile USA has no such plans.
Late last night, by way of the always trendy "Facebook fan page reveal," Virgin Mobile informed the States that a $40 unlimited broadband offering was headed their way, and will replace the tiered $20, $40 and $60 per month offerings they've had to date.
If $40 is a bit steep, or if you're the kind of data user that only uses, say, 100MB/month, you can still opt for the $10 plan. [IntoMobile via Engadget]