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 offering unlimited 4G data plans for new and existing subscribers. Set to begin on September …
As consumers move from 3G to 4G LTE devices, Verizon will migrate consumers away from the unlimited data plan.
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. As we’re reminded in the following ads, you’re not getting unlimited data if you’re using …
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 that it doesn’t affect everyone, only the top 5% users. Why? Because they clog the …
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 they are not yet familiar. For many users, tracking data is just not as easy …
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.
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