Hi @vikingman10 and welcome to the community. This pops-up a few times a year as a suggestion so I’ll provide a quick summary of the reality of the situation. Republic did have a plan where data wasn’t lost at the end of the billing period, it was called the Refund Plan and offered a refund for the unused data. In order for such a plan to be sustainable data had to be priced at $15/GB. Customer demand for this plan was not good. Through surveys, community discussion, market analysis, etc Republic determined (like almost all other carriers in the market) that the vast majority of customers prefer cheap data that expires versus expensive data that doesn’t. Based on this Republic launched the My Choice plans and data is 66.67% cheaper than previously. The new plans have been far better received by the market than the old ones.
Now, we’d all like data that was cheap and didn’t expire, but much like the old joke, “Cheap, Fast, Good. You can pick any two you’d like for our services.” the combo of cheap and everlasting isn’t economically viable. You might say with data you can choose two from the following: “Cheap. Doesn’t Expire. Works.”