Check how much data you’re using and control how it’s used with these simple tools.
Most people don’t need an unlimited data plan. With contract data plans offering up to 10GB per month and off-contract plans from carriers both big and small, there is a data plan that works for almost everyone and chances are using one will save you money. Add in free hotspots from your carrier or even your cable TV company and the need [Read More…]
Back in 2015, Facebook launched Facebook Lite, a variation of the app designed to deliver a faster experience on slower mobile networks and not so advanced Android mobile phones. Well Twitter is following Facebook’s footsteps and today announced Twitter Lite – a stripped down version of its flagship service, optimized for slow 2G networks. Twitter […]
AT&T recently revealed it plans to offer a new perk for new and old subscribers of it Unlimited Plus data plan. Starting April 6 – which is today – AT&T video subscribers and wireless-only customers that also signed up with the plan, will have access to free HBO wireless streaming. It doesn’t matter whether a […]
Right now, Mint SIM has an amazing deal on high-speed 4G LTE data in the U.S.!
In the U.S., between the Big Four carriers, it’s become a game of race to the top — with that top being unlimited data.
But most people don’t need unlimited data. In fact, most Americans don’t use more than a couple of gigabytes per month, and even the top percentage rarely go over 10GB. 1
That’s why Mint SIM is such [Read More…]
With all the buzz about companies giving “unlimited” data with their plans, it seems that a lot of people and sites have forgotten about data management. For those users who still choose to save money and go with lesser data plans, Chome has you covered with its Data Saver option. For additional information about what […]
Get unlimited data for your AT&T GoPhone!
AT&T prepaid GoPhone customers who are sick and tired of having to manage their data usage have a new option. AT&T is now offering an unlimited data GoPhone plan for only $ 60 a month, after you sign up for AutoPay. This unlimited data is available even when you’re travelling to Canada or Mexico, which is pretty great.
However, the unlimited does come with a caveat: data rates are limited [Read More…]
Most major carriers in the US offer an Unlimited plan option. But “unlimited” in carrier language actually spells limited with carrier implementing thresholds, which when being reached translate into de-prioritization of your device. In case you are not aware, Verizon’s Unlimited plan caps out at 22GB just like AT&T’s, while Sprint’s is a bit more […]
Wondering where to go to save a couple of bucks on a data package? We can help.
There are so many different data plans offered by both the “Big Four” major carriers, but usually, the cheapest tier is not even worth its price when you factor in things like taxes and monthly device activation fees. To that end, you might consider a smaller carrier or an MVNO — known to some as “alternative carriers” — which typically [Read More…]
Data Saver mode is a new feature that lets you easily lock down certain apps’ data consumption when you’re away from Wi-Fi.
Update, March 2017: Updated with the latest information and changes.
While Android has long been able to restrict certain apps’ access to background data on a cellular connection, Android N adds a new feature that makes it easier to cut down on your data consumption when necessary.
Data Saver is a new [Read More…]
Unlimited data plans are back at big red, and the prices don’t suck.
Verizon took the wraps off of a new data plan that gives customers unlimited data, talk, and text for $ 80 on a single line. Four lines can all get the same unlimited deal for $ 45 per line.
Of course, they mean alternate-unlimited like every other carrier does and you might get throttled at 22GB. We’re told it shouldn’t happen often, though.
On [Read More…]