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Verizon prepaid plans received a slight tweak recently, giving smartphone customers more options. On the low end, a $30 rate plan gives subscribers unlimited talk and text. There’s no high
T-Mobile has kicked the week off by giving its MetroPCS prepaid brand a handful of new features. Much like it does for its tier-one services, the MetroPCS arm will give
Sprint today announced a new rate plan for customers who need the most basic amount of data per month. Called the Starter Unlimited Data Plan, the $20 monthly option gives
Verizon recently unveiled a new, more streamlined set of options for prepaid customers who simply need data. Whether for a tablet, connected laptop, hotspot, or something else, the plans are available without credit check. Subscribers
Verizon plans to raise the price of its unlimited data plan to $59.99, an increase of $20 per month. While this sounds likes like a jerk move (and it is),
Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile began today offering new data add-on packages for subscribers to purchase à la carte. Available in $5 and $10 options, the bundles provide 3G and 4G
As both T-Mobile and AT&T have recently introduced the ability to carry over unused data we understand it can be confusing to tell them apart. But, take a close look
Boost Mobile, one of the most well-known prepaid wireless services, is now offering the ZTE Speed, along with new Data Boost Plans. The ZTE Speed features Android 4.4 KitKat, a
AT&T users looking to share data across multiple lines of service are in for a treat. A limited time promotion sees Ma Bell giving customers double the normal amount of
For the second time in this short week T-Mobile has announced changes to its rate plans. And, as you might have guessed, these are to the benefit of the consumer.
T-Mobile is at it again, unveiling yet another industry-undercutting rate plan. The Un-carrier on Monday announced a new option for its Simple Starter customers in the form of a $45
Sprint could take the fight directly to other provider’s doors this week in offering a $50, all-you-can-consume rate plan, says the Wall Street Journal. Reportedly, the carrier is set to introduce
Sprint confirmed on Thursday that new rate plans will take effect for its customers effective July 12. Called the Unlimited, My Way, and My All-in plans, these are designed to let new and existing
Virgin Mobile USA is adding another option to its mobile Broadband2Go service today, kicking off a new special “Daily Plan”. Priced at only $5 per day (24hrs), users will find they get