Tag Archive: tempts


Verizon Prepaid tempts customers with double data promotion

Verizon is, for a limited time, offering its potential prepaid subscribers an offer that’s rather hard to refuse. Starting from today, those who sign up for Verizon Prepaid can receive double the normal data allotment. Indeed, this means twice as much data for your money.

For the time being, anyone who activates a new line on Verizon Prepaid will get double the data. This is for single line and family accounts as well.

During the limited time offer Verizon Prepaid  [Read More…]

MetroPCS tempts switchers with two months of free service

The prepaid brand hopes to peel away subscribers from other carriers with a limited time offer. New customers can earn instant and mail-in rebates towards phones and service.

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Cricket tempts switchers by slashing phone prices

Cricket Wireless today announced its latest campaign designed to attract customers currently subscribed to other carriers.

Starting from January 22 and running for a limited time, the prepaid provider will slash prices on a number of its smartphones if you agree to port your number to Cricket. To qualify, customers must simply pick a rate plan at $ 40 per month or higher.

Although new subscribers get the benefit of a deeply discounted handset, current Cricket users can also score  [Read More…]

T-Mobile tempts Verizon customers with 2-week trials

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T-Mobile on Tuesday kicked of its Never Settle Trial, a program designed specifically to lure away Verizon customers. T-Mobile will let existing Verizon subscribers test out its network and services over a period of two weeks with no obligations or commitments.

“With T-Mobile, you don’t have to settle for trickery, gimmicks and carrier BS the way you do with Verizon. I’m so confident in our kick-ass network experience that we’re footing the  [Read More…]

Microsoft tempts Android/iPhone users with WP7 phone demo as Nielsen stats show Android reigns

How loyal are you to Android? Loyal enough to resist the tile-tastic UI available in Windows Phone 7?

For the majority of mobile phone users in the United States, that answer is a resounding ‘Yes.’ The latest stats shared by Nielsen show that Android remains the dominant operating system thanks to a 42.8 percent market share. Meanwhile, iOS remains second at 28.3 percent and  [Read More…]