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Data throttling is a pain. Especially when you have unlimited data and want the freedom to do whatever you’d like to do with your devices. However, that’s not the case
Normally, those who have the Unlimited Data plans have 5GB of data to tether your various devices. However, today, T-Mobile announced that users would…
MetroPCS on Wednesday introduced a new, limited time rate plan promotion which offers unlimited talk, text, and 4G LTE data for $50 per month. The deal, which begins immediately, runs through
AndroidGuys recently brought you news of the new LG Tribute that just launched on Virgin Mobile. In addition to, and available with, the new device comes some new pricing plans.
Carriers are constantly coming up with new way to get smartphone users to change their provider and Boost Mobile just unveiled a new promo offering unlimited talk, text and data
While other carriers have started offering pooled data plans, T-Mobile is doing a little something different. Late last night (or early this morning) T-Mobile announced that they will be soon
As consumers move from 3G to 4G LTE devices, Verizon will migrate consumers away from the unlimited data plan.
AT&T wants you to know that they do not have any plans in place to throttle data users once they cross a 2GB threshold. Speaking in an phone interview with
Speeds will drop down to 256kbps for anyone who exceeds 2.5GB in a month.
Sprint has just released a set of five new commercials, each only fifteen seconds long. Centered around the same “Warning” theme, they essentially tout the same service – unlimited data.
You can’t say you didn’t see this one coming. AT&T has confirmed their plans to throttle data speeds for their heaviest users come October 1st. The good news here is
With Verizon having done away with unlimited data plans and Sprint toeing the waters, consumers are being forced to keep a close eye on their cell phone bills in way
Virgin Mobile has become the latest company to say good-bye to unlimited data plans. Effective February 15th, users on the pre-paid network will find their normal data transfer capped at 5GB with any overages resulting in much slower speeds. It’s essentially the same model that T-Mobile employs and, really, should be no problem for a majority of users.