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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…]

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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Verizon Prepaid gets affordable $30/month plan and 3G mobile hotspot

Travel Pass for Mexico and Canada is also coming.

Although they may not come with as many amenities as traditional post-paid wireless plans, going the prepaid route is a great way to still get reliable service while saving those precious dollars. Verizon Prepaid is one of your best prepaid options if you rely on Verizon’s network, and starting February 20, it’s getting a few upgrades.

First off, Verizon is introducing a new $ 30/month plan for customers  [Read More…]

Verizon Prepaid rolls out new options, including a $30 plan

Verizon Prepaid gets a new entry-level option for customers who need 500MB of data per month. What’s more, it gives its other no-contract subscribers new features, too.

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US Cellular’s unlimited data prepaid plan is now available for $55 instead of $70

US Cellular recently announced it has reduced the price of its “unlimited data” prepaid plan from $ 70 to a more affordable $ 55. Those jumping on board of this plan will get unlimited talk, text, and data, with data, speeds up to 1.5Mbps. A data cap of 15GB/month will be applied and those who exceed it […]

Cricket vs. Straight Talk: Which has the better prepaid phone plan?

See how Cricket and Straight Talk measure up against each other.

Cricket and Straight Talk have a few things in common. Both operate on AT&T’s network (although Straight Talk also operates on Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon networks) and each do unlimited plans differently than any other pre-paid carrier.

Cricket offers a cheap unlimited plan but caps your network speeds at 8 Mbps or 3 Mbps (depending on the plan), and Straight Talk requires you to buy a phone through  [Read More…]

Verizon adds the ASUS Zenfone AR, ZenPad Z8s, and prepaid Moto E4 Plus to its lineup

As anticipated, the ASUS Zenfone AR has finally landed on the market in the US. The Tango and Daydream-enabled phone is now available for pre-order at Verizon with a full retail price of $ 648. Alternatively customers can grab it for $ 0 down and $ 27/month for 24 months. Below you’ll find the ASUS Zenfone AR’s spec […]

These Android apps can secretly suck up your prepaid data

Take a few minutes and tame those unruly apps — you’ll save some data!

Your phone needs an internet connection to do just about anything. That could be a Wi-Fi connection where how much data you’re using isn’t a concern for most — but you could also be sucking up those vital megabytes of cellular data.

This is exactly why you bought a data plan, so you could do just about everything with your phone. But some apps can  [Read More…]