Tag Archive: Plans


OnePlus plans on launching the first 5G phone in Europe in 2019

The 5G phone will exist alongside OnePlus’s other LTE handsets.

OnePlus just announced the OnePlus 6T earlier this morning, but even so, the company’s already hard at work on its successor. In an interview with The Verge, CEO Pete Lau confirmed that it plans on launching a 5G-capable phone in Europe as early as next year.

Lau said, “We’re very happy that our efforts with OnePlus will include 5G smartphones in the very near future.” Furthermore, he  [Read More…]

Android Central’s guide to U.S. prepaid wireless plans

Sick of committing to annual contracts? Enjoy the flexibility of a prepaid wireless plan.

The days of being locked into a lengthy wireless contract are over, as there is a plethora of prepaid options that allow you to pay for your phone service on a month-to-month basis. We’ve taken the liberty of breaking down the top prepaid wireless options for you in this handy guide.

Check your coverage

One of the first things you should consider when  [Read More…]

ZTE Axon 9 Pro officially announced with no plans for a U.S. release

Pricing is set at €649 in Europe.

Following a teaser from the company earlier this month, ZTE’s officially unveiled the Axon 9 Pro at IFA 2018 in Berlin.

The Axon 9 Pro is the long-awaited successor to the Axon 7 from 2016, and if you live in a market where the phone’s being sold, you’re in for a real treat.

At first glance, the Axon 9 Pro has all the makings of a typical 2018 flagship. There’s  [Read More…]

T-Mobile Essentials is yet another take on affordable unlimited plans

$ 60/month gives you unlimited talk, text, data, 3G hotspot use, and more.

Over the past few weeks, we’ve seen Verizon and Sprint introduce new “unlimited” plans that are cheaper and come with a bevy of restrictions compared to their more expensive counterparts. Not wanting to be left out, T-Mobile is now following suit with its new T-Mobile Essentials plan.

For $ 30/month for a family of 4 on Autopay, T-Mobile Essentials includes unlimited talk, text, and  [Read More…]

Sprint restructures unlimited plans into four options

In its quest to remain competitive, Sprint is restructuring its unlimited plans into four options. These include Unlimited Basic, Unlimited Plus, Unlimited Military, and Unlimited 55+. Each plan features unique offerings and pricing, so it’s best to dive right in to the details.

Unlimited Basic Unlimited voice/text/data 500MB LTE mobile hotspot data 480p video streaming Canada/Mexico roaming: unlimited talk/text, 5GB of LTE data Global text/data roaming (not unlimited) Hulu Limited Commercials plan included $ 32/month per line, with five  [Read More…]

Verizon offering military discounts on Unlimited plans

Verizon today confirmed that it is now offering a military discount on its new Verizon Unlimited rate plans.

Starting from today, active-duty military, reservists, Gold Star families, and veterans can save on any of the Verizon Unlimited plans. Be it for single or multiple lines, qualified consumers can knock at least $ 15 off their monthly bill.

SEE ALSO: Verizon gives customers new Unlimited options with mix and match plans

Military discounts break down as follows:

$ 15  [Read More…]

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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