Tag Archive: Plans


ZTE plans on releasing more foldable phones like the Axon M

Axon M will be a series of foldable phones – not just phones with two screens.

Towards the end of 2017, ZTE made a surprise announcement with the Axon M. The Axon M is the latest phone to tackle the dual-screen smartphone, and it’s the first big attempt we’ve seen since the Kyocera Echo back in 2011. The Axon M is not a perfect phone, but unlike a lot of the competition, it took a risk to try something  [Read More…]

AT&T announces new international Passport plans starting at $60

Passport Gold and Silver are being replaced with AT&T Passport 1GB and 3GB.

If you’ve ever traveled abroad and are an AT&T customer, you’ve probably ordered a Passport package before. AT&T Passport is the carrier’s program for offering international coverage while out of the country, and today it’s receiving a sizeable upgrade with plans that offer even more data and better value.

AT&T’s Passport Silver and Gold plans are gone and have been replaced by Passport 1GB  [Read More…]

Mint SIM unleashes “Foxtober” with discounted rates on its 3 month LTE plans

Mint SIM – a name which you might have heard get mentioned a lot in recent months –  is an alternative carrier that promises great LTE speeds and coverage at excellent prices. Now the prepaid carrier is kicking off the “Foxtober” (their mascot is a cute fox) campaign which offers discounts on their 3-month plans. […]

All T-Mobile ONE family plans now include a Netflix subscription

Keep your binge going with one less subscription.

T-Mobile‘s “Un-carrier next” announcement this morning boiled down to one thing: giving Netflix subscriptions to customers for free. Yup, there isn’t much else to it — but that’s still awesome for the millions of people who are paying Netflix $ 10 (or more) per month on top of their T-Mobile bill.

There are two (minor) catches here. One, you have to be on a new T-Mobile ONE plan. Two, individual  [Read More…]

T-Mobile family plans will now include Netflix

You may be like me in thinking that T-Mobile has surely run out of ideas to continue its radical “Un-carrier” movement, but today is another day you’d be proven wrong. This morning, team Magenta has dropped another compelling perk for its customers, through partnering with the largest streaming media company. Starting on Sept. 12th, T-Mobile customers will […]

Qualcomm has reportedly no plans of releasing a Snapdragon 836

Remember the rumors which claimed the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL will be the first handsets to come equipped with the Snapdragon 836 – an upgraded version of the current Snapdragon 835 processor? Well, it seems they had no real substance. According to the Android Police who has spoken to an industry source familiar […]

Popular cell phone plans you should avoid

There is a phone plan to fit everyone. There are also plans that won’t fit you.

There is an endless number of different phone plans to choose from. While that means there are some that will fit your lifestyle well and be just what you need, there will also be a few you should avoid. And since each of us is different, it’s impossible to just say don’t buy this or don’t buy that.

We can look  [Read More…]

Ultra Mobile unveils new data plans starting at $19/month

Following FreedomPop’s announcement of its new and super affordable annual plan, Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MNVO) Ultra Mobile also had some news to share this week. The company, which relies on T-Mobile’s network to provide service to its customers – revealed a new lineup of data plans for budget customers. Ultra Mobile’s base plan is […]

Verizon intros new 3 new unlimited data plans, but they won’t bring you any joy

Taking the industry by surprise, Verizon announced an unlimited data plan back in February. But this week the carrier announced it will be splitting the original plan into three different new options: Go Unlimited ($ 75 for the first line), Beyond Unlimited ($ 85 for the first line) and Business Unlimited (prices vary). Big Red says that […]

T-Mobile reveals Smartpick plans and its own smartphone

T-Mobile has introduced a new program to help buyers find high-quality, low-cost devices.

Much as I love to talk about how awesome the latest high-end phones are, it’s becoming more and more clear that most people don’t push their phones hard enough to justify that extra power and extra cost. Folks just want something they can use to make calls, send messages, browse Facebook, and take photos. While the latest flagship will do all those, a lot of mid-range  [Read More…]