Just two months after is acquisition to AT&T, Cricket is back in the game and shows promise! Cricket is a budget pre-paid carrier and offers three low-cost smartphone plans. All
Watching the big game on Sunday? Keep your eyes peeled for one or both of the following ads. Starring Tim Tebow, who happens to be without an NFL contract, the
No-contract wireless provider Cricket today announced the upcoming availability of the Samsung Galaxy S4. Priced at $599, the 4G LTE smartphone will be offered starting from June 7. Qualified customers
The no-contract carrier gives the over-50 crowd a pair of new Androids.
Could this be the end of the subsidy for T-Mobile customers?
Consumer Cellular today announced that they have released their latest Android smartphone, the Huawei 8652. Powered by Android 2.3 Gingerbread, the handset features a 3.5-inch display, 600MHz processor, 3.2-megapixel camera,
U.S. Cellular today announced three new prepaid voice, text, and data plans for subscribers which go into effect immediately. Available for a select number of Android models, the no-contract options
Its seems that lately, all the “good” Android phones have been locked into a 2 year contract with one of the top carriers. It’s very rare that a pre-paid service
AT&T has announced a new pre-paid option for GoPhone customers today in the $50 Unlimited Talk, Text, & Web Plan. The bundle goes into effect on June 26th and includes unlimited
It was recently announced that U.S. Cellular will start offering Android smart phones available for their pre-paid service. Starting today, April 15th, U.S. Cellular is announcing new pre-paid data plans as well as two
Recently uncovered FCC documents indicate that T-Mobile and Huawei me be working together on another handset. The filing shows the phone to have support for T-Mobile’s AWS bands among other decent sounding specs. The carrier currently offers the Huawei “Comet” as part of their pre-paid stable so this IDEOS X6 could be a potential successor.
Pre-paid wireless provider Virgin Mobile has selected the Samsung Intercept as its first Android device. The ‘successor’ to last year’s Moment runs Android 2.1 and features an 800MHz processor, a 3.2-inch display, a 3.2-megapixel camera, and support for WiFi, GPS, and Bluetooth.