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Verizon’s new prepaid plans sound pretty cheap, but there other, more affordable options out there.
Amazon is one-upping AT&T and others with its $50 data plan for Kindle Fire HD with 4G LTE owners.
T-Mobile has unveiled a new unlimited data plan that promises not to slow down your data speeds when you start using more data than it would like.
Sprint quietly confirmed yesterday that it would offer an unlimited data plan for its upcoming 4G LTE network, but if the market is any indication, those plans could change fast.
AT&T has raised the cost of its data plans for smartphones and tablets and given a slight bump to data plan caps, with the new rates going into effect Sunday Jan. 22.
When Sony’s new portable gaming device, the PlayStation Vita, launches in the U.S. next month, it will have two data plans for its 3G-enabled model, AT&T today announced. One plan will cost $14.99 a month for 250MB; the other will cost $25 a month for 2G. Neither plan will require a long-term contract.
We all know how worthless predictions can be, but they’re kind of irresistible. They’re easy to make, particularly if nobody pays attention to whether they came true or not. I could come up with a lot of crazy forecasts, like Zynga buys Ubisoft. But I’ll try to stay real this year. If you have some ideas of your own, please leave them in the comments and take our poll at the end.
Ericsson, a company providing technology to the world’s mobile operators, predicts mobile data subscriptions will hit five billion in 2016, 10 times larger than the current figure.
After launching a $20/month 300MB data plan in the mid-Atlantic region last week, Verizon intends to take the plan nationwide just in time for major smartphone releases like the iPhone 5, according to a report by 9to5Google.
Beginning Thursday, Verizon will no longer offer new customers an unlimited data plan for smartphones, the company confirmed to FierceWireless.
AT&T CEO Ralph de la Vega confirmed today at the D9 conference that the carrier is “working on” a shared data plan that would allow consumers to use multiple devices, including smartphones, tablets and netbooks, on a single pool of mobile data and minutes.
After months of rumors, T-Mobile may finally be gearing up to launch new unlimited mobile plans at $79.99 with a contract (and a mere $59.99 without) on April 13, TMoNews reports.
Verizon will officially offer buyers of its iPhone a $30 unlimited data plan when it goes on sale next month, Verizon COO Lowell McAdam told the Wall Street Journal.
While iPhone users seem to spend a lot more money in general, they still have the last laugh when it comes to wireless bills — on average, Windows Mobile users pay the most for their wireless services and iPhone users pay the least, according to a recent study by Pageonce.
Verizon Wireless announced yesterday that it’s refunding $90 million to around 15 million customers who were mistakenly charged for data access on their phones over the past few years.