The good news? Sprint wants to give you unlimited data for life. The bad news? It’s Sprint that’s giving it to you.
Can all of this stem T-Mobile’s subscriber drain?
Attention data hungry commitment-phobes: Sprint’s new pay as you go service may interest you.
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.
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.
Sprint is no longer offering unlimited 4G data consumption for most mobile devices on its network, the company announced Thursday.
In a bid to differentiate itself from AT&T and Verizon, Sprint may offer the iPhone 5 at launch with an unlimited data plan, Bloomberg reports.
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.
The fear mongering about the death of unlimited data plans can finally come to a close — Verizon today announced that it is going to keep its unlimited data plan option at $30 per month, but is introducing a smaller capped plan for $15 a month.