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Best prices and availability for the HTC One (M8)

Although the HTC One (M8) was announced a few weeks ago, some carriers are just now putting the phone up for sale. We've gathered...

How to get out of your wireless contract without paying a termination fee

With the holidays coming up, more and more people are looking at getting new phones, and possibly even switching carriers. The trick with this,...

Consumer Reports releases mobile carrier rankings: AT&T worst, Verizon best

Not a whole lot of surprising stuff here, as Consumer Reports has released this year's mobile carrier rankings. The results show Verizon at the...

Motorola offering unlock solution for the Motorola RAZR, Verizon and U.S. not included

We already knew this was coming, but we couldn't say for sure when the first unlock solution would go online and which handsets would...

Tears for Tiers: A Look Inside Verizon’s Imminent Tiered Data Pricing

I'm sure by now you've heard about Verizon's plan to adopt tiered data pricing. The blogs have been buzzing about it, readers have been flaming about it, and trolls... well... they've been trolling about it. I can't say I'm surprised about the move, considering I've been a guinea pig to corporate greed for many years now. I'm often asking myself: "Why do I allow these companies to continually rip me off?" And, like most people, I just sit there and take it. Sure, we'll complain about it, but do we ever do anything about it? I mean, if Verizon is such a bastardization of a company, why don't we just switch carriers?

Today’s “DUH” Moment: Sprint Officially Opposes T-Mo/AT&T Merger

You can file this one in "totally obvious" bin. Sprint put out a press release today, stating their official opposition to the proposed AT&T/T-Mo merger. Like we expected them to say, "Hey, this is a GREAT idea! Go ahead and merge together these two carriers so we can be an even more distant third in the US!"

Sprint Making it Easier to Become Their Customer

If you have been considering switching over to Sprint as your mobile carrier, (I know I have been, sorry T-mo, you are the only carrier with no 3G and no service in my home area), now may be the time to do it. Sprint is right now offering people who have smartphone contracts with other carriers $125 for each number ported over. If you are a non-smartphone user, they are offering $50. Check out the quote from Sprint's posting on their site:
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