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T-Mobile turns ten years old today, did you remember to buy a gift? The nation’s fourth largest carrier is celebrating the event by offering up its unlimited data plans. Unveiled
Sprint, no fan of shared data plans, has started airing commercials which poke at the idea of pooling data together for families. OK, maybe not so much at the plans,
Do I add my tablet or netbook? Should I add my two teenage children to my plan?
T-Mobile today announced four data-only plans for consumers who don’t like to commit to contracts. Available come May 20th, the plans will provide access to the carrier’s “blazing fast” 4G
The carrier issues a statement on the upcoming data rate plan switch.
As consumers move from 3G to 4G LTE devices, Verizon will migrate consumers away from the unlimited data plan.
As it sounds today, the plan will be friendly to multi-device users and family users alike.
Later this year, Verizon will be offering family data plans, which should help heavy data users by bringing multiple caps under one umbrella. Of course, this also has the potential
Speeds will drop down to 256kbps for anyone who exceeds 2.5GB in a month.
AT&T is starting to shake things up a bit on the Tiered Data Plan spectrum. Announcing new packages starting January 22nd, they hope to compete with Verizon while Big Red
Verizon Wireless expects to beginning offer data plans for multiple devices in the coming year, according to CEO Lowell McAdam. Referring to the feature as “account-level pricing” it would allow
The carrier promises 20 percent more 3G/4G data than its competitors.
The number of wireless providers providing all-you-can-consume data is set to dwindle by one more as U.S. Cellular is the latest carrier to be tied to tiered plans. According to
Verizon is ready to add their name to the growing list of carriers offering tiered data plans come next month. According to information passed to Droid-Life, Verizon will be offering
T-Mobile is gearing up for a one-day-only deal for you or your favorite dad. This year the carrier plans on tossing in one year of data for any qualifying talk,