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Mother’s day is coming up and maybe Mom needs a capable smartphone but won’t use even half of the features you’d typically fork over hundreds of dollars for. Perhaps this Summer
Verizon has become the latest wireless provider to offer up an incentive for its prepaid customers. Today sees Big Red announcing a deal for those who sign up for the
Mobile provider TextNow Wireless has announced today that all new no-contract plans come included with unlimited talk, text, and 2G data. That’s right, all you’ll need to be concerned with
Exclusive to customers who purchase through Walmart, the plans are a first of its kind for no-contract carriers Virgin Mobile on Friday announced new rate plans for customers looking to
Motorola is set to have quite an awesome deal for the Moto X as well as accessories for Cyber Monday. We have more details on what you’ll need to do.
Sprint on Monday announced a slight reconfiguration of its prepaid smartphone rate plans. Mirroring those of its Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile brands, the new plans give customers more value
With ‘no contract’ options becoming increasingly popular, we’re starting to see quite a bit of growth in the no-contract carrier market. Let’s take Consumer Cellular, for example, who is now upgrading their
AT&T on Friday announced that its no-cotnract GoPhone plans will receive extra data allotments each month at no additional cost. Taking effect April 25, the $40 rate plan increases data
Republic Wireless yesterday added the Moto G smartphone to its portfolio of smartphones. Essentially doubling its roster of devices, the Motorola smartphone joins the Moto X as being offered without
U.S. Cellular on Monday introduced a couple of new options which could get customers to switch wireless carriers. Available immediately, three new Simple Connect plans allow for unlimited talk, text,
Virgin Mobile USA this week introduced its first 4G LTE mobile hotspot, the Netgear Mingle. Priced $99, the device piggybacks off of Sprint’s network and is equipped for the carrier’s
Boost Mobile customers who wish to make international calls might be interested in checking out the carrier’s new International Minute Packs. Priced anywhere between $10 and $20 the bundles include
Sprint’s latest mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) Ciao Mobile is up and running with no-contract service plans. With plans that range from $35-$60, the prepaid carrier joins Virgin Mobile USA
Sprint on Friday relaunched its own prepaid service, Sprint Prepaid. Formerly known as Sprint As You Go this is not to be confused with the Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile