Tag Archive: Plans


You can now add kids under 13 to Project Fi group plans via Family Link

You’ll need a Family Link account to get started.

In October 2016, Google made Project Fi much more accessible for a lot of people with the introduction of group plans. Today, those group plans are expanding even more with support for kids under 13-years-old.

Per Google’s announcement post:

When you add a child to your plan, you’ll both enjoy the Project Fi features you know and love—like easy data alerts, seamless switching between networks, and automatic connection  [Read More…]

Google’s new YouTube Music plans are here — and we’re gonna pay more for what we like right now

YouTube is taking the reins for Google’s music strategy — and it’s soft launching on Tuesday.

Google’s music strategy has been fractured and confusing and falling behind for years, with Google Play Music being treated like an orange-haired stepchild, YouTube Music being ignored by some users and unheard of by the rest, and YouTube being a place where people of all kinds come to listen to music — both legitimately uploaded and not-so-much.

Google’s been amassing a  [Read More…]

Google One coming to simplify Drive storage plans

Google introduces new One plan for storage that not only includes more valuable storage pricing but also added benefits such as one-tap customer service, Google Play credit, and family sharing.

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Google plans to make slow security patches a thing of the past

According to a new report Google will soon require Android device manufacturers to roll out regular security updates, to minimize security risks.

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Cricket Unlimited rate plans get renamed and clarified

The AT&T branded prepaid carrier simplifies its Cricket unlimited data plan offerings for customers. Although slightly different from each other, both include similar features.

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AT&T cuts the prices of its best prepaid plans by $10/month

There’s also better multi-line discounts.

AT&T’s prepaid plans are a great way to get reliable service without having to mess with pesky contracts, and today they’re getting even better with lower monthly rates for people that sign up for automatic billing through AutoPay.

For $ 50/month, AT&T will sell you unlimited talk and text with 8GB of high-speed data. Starting today, customers that enroll in AutoPay will be able to take that price down to just $  [Read More…]

Google’s RCS ‘Chat’ plans are actually kind of brilliant

Improving a standard is way, way better than creating a walled garden. Every time.

Did you hear? Google is releasing yet another unified messaging app at I/O this year, and they’re sunsetting the Allo app they announced last year! How crazy is that?! Does anyone a that company have any clue what they are doing?!?!1!ONE?!!

Lets all take a deep breath for a moment and catch up.

Thanks to some absolutely stellar reporting from The Verge, we  [Read More…]

AT&T Prepaid starts sale for prepaid phone and BYOD plans

AT&T prepaid is offering a new $ 50 off one month of service for new BYOD customers alongside a $ 30 off all prepaid phones, until June 7th.

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Twitter plans on breaking all third-party apps/clients this June

Here’s why you might see #BreakingMyTwitter over the next couple months.

For years, third-party Twitter clients have offered alternative ways to access the popular social network for users that weren’t fans of Twitter’s official apps. These clients have been hugely popular, particularly in the Android space, but Twitter’s going to essentially break each and every one after June 19, 2018.

After that date, Twitter will be eliminating its “streaming services.” When this happens, push notifications will no  [Read More…]

Huawei loses another U.S. partner as Best Buy plans to stop selling its phones

Huawei can’t catch a break in a political environment that’s set against it.

According to CNET, Huawei is set to lose another U.S. sales outlet as Best Buy plans to stop selling unlocked Huawei phones. While neither the retailer nor the manufacturer is commenting at this time, Best Buy has reportedly failed to renew its inventory for devices like the Mate 10 Pro, which went on sale in February. Along with Best Buy, the phone is sold  [Read More…]