Sprint‘s not leaving the single-line users out of the party — they’re offering a new $ 60/month unlimited talk, text, and data plan. There’s just one catch: You have to bring your own device, pay for one up front, or sign up for Sprint’s Easy Pay monthly payments and upgrade plan. That said, if you’re a Sprint customer (or are considering being one), that’s still some substantial potential savings you’re looking at.
T-Mobile on Thursday announced a new promotion which aims to benefit existing customers for their loyalty. As they see it, all of these recent and disruptive changes happening in the space are great if you’re a new customer but it sucks to be an existing client. Where’s the love for being a part of the… Read more »
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Verizon Wireless has quietly rolled out a new, less expensive rate plan for an individual line of service. Available to all consumers immediately, the new $ 60 offering includes unlimited talk and text plus 2GB of monthly data. Those customers who finance their devices on Verizon Edge can save another $ 10, making the plan only $ 50 per… Read more »
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Sprint could take the fight directly to other provider’s doors this week in offering a $ 50, all-you-can-consume rate plan, says the Wall Street Journal. Reportedly, the carrier is set to introduce a plan that gives users access to unlimited talk, text, and data for a mere $ 50 per month. As compared to the current rate of $ 110… Read more »
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If you happen to be looking for a new smartphone plan and don’t need a lot of data and only have one line to worry about, Verizon has now dropped a new plan that might be of interest to you.
A new report says that T-Mobile will soon begin to throttle data speeds for customers who are signed up on its unlimited 4G/LTE plans if they see that the data is being used to access peer-to-peer file sharing networks.
It’s hard out there for a Verizon Wireless customer with unlimited data. Just weeks after Verizon confirmed its plans to “optimize” the data of its unlimited 4G LTE subscribers, a new leak has revealed that Ol’ Red may soon make it more difficult for unlimited users to upgrade to a new smartphone while retaining their bottomless bucket of data.
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A new rumor claims Verizon Wireless is about to close a loophole that some of its grandfathered unlimited customers have used to continue to get that plan, even though Verizon stopped offering such a service for its new subscribers a few years ago.
If you’ve managed to stay on an unlimited data plan on Verizon, you might soon notice that your speeds beginning to slow down if your using a lot of data . A limited set of customers will fall under the umbrella of Verizon’s so-called “Network Optimization” policy, which Verizon says is not throttling. The shift impacts customers in a very specific set of circumstances, according to Verizon: