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AT&T blesses Go Phone rate plans with more data and unlimited calling to Mexico

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AT&T on Tuesday that its Go Phone rate plans will now have additional data allotments as well as unlimited calling to Mexico. Available immediately, the $ 45 plan offers 1.5GB of data while the $ 60 option gives users 4GB of data.

Additionally, AT&T says both will also have unlimited calls to Mexico and include mobile hotspot capabilities.. As was the case before, each  [Read More…]

AT&T ups data, adds unlimited calling and texting to Mexico for certain GoPhone plans

AT&T has announced that some GoPhone customers will soon have more data to use. Both new and existing customers on the $ 45 per month 1GB plan will now have an allotment of 1.5GB of high-speed LTE data, with customers on the $ 60 per month 2.5GB plan also receiving a data increase, according to AT&T:

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iDrive: Lifetime of unlimited encrypted mobile backup, $10

Imagine the horror of a bricked or water-damaged phone and the sudden realization that all of your valuable photos, contacts, and sensitive information are drifting away in the digital wind. We think that years worth of collected data is invaluable. Luckily for you, iDrive is asking less than the price of some cheeseburgers.

This iDrive plan affords you a lifetime of unlimited cloud backup secured by 256-bit AES encryption with an optional private key. You can add up to 5 devices,  [Read More…]

Kindle Unlimited expands to Canada for $9.99

Amazon‘s Kindle Unlimited subscription books service is expanding to Canada for $ 9.99/month. The service, which offers a library of more than 750,000 books from which to read previously launched in the United States and the United Kingdom at comparable pricing.

Cricket Wireless will offer free unlimited calls to Mexico with its $50 and $60 plans

AT&T’s no-contract subsidiary Cricket Wireless will begin to offer unlimited talk to wireless and landline numbers in Mexico for customers on their $ 50 and $ 60 a month plans starting on Feb. 11. The plan changes also include unlimited text, video and picture messages to Mexico.

FTC rules that throttled unlimited data doesn’t qualify as ‘unlimited’

In a ruling that’s resulted in a $ 40 million fine, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s smacking down TracFone’s speed throttling of customers that were paying for unlimited data service. The case in question only applies to TracFone, but it helps to reinforce a precedent that could apply to even the larger carriers in the United States.

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Sony teams with Spotify for new streaming service to replace Music Unlimited

Sony is teaming up with Spotify to launch PlayStation Music, a new streaming music service coming in spring 2015. The service will replace Music Unlimited, which will shut down everywhere that it is currently available on March 29, 2015. Beginning Feb. 28, current active Music Unlimited subscribers will get free access to the service until its closure.

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MetroPCS now offers unlimited LTE data plan for just $50 a month

T-Mobile’s prepaid subsidiary MetroPCS is now offering customers a chance to get unlimited 4G LTE data for just $ 50 a month. This promotional deal is being offered for a limited time.

MetroPCS promotion offers unlimited 4G LTE for $50 (Update)

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MetroPCS on Wednesday introduced a new, limited time rate plan promotion which offers unlimited talk, text, and 4G LTE data for $ 50 per month. The deal, which begins immediately, runs through April 5 and stays put for an indefinite period. Customers must purchase a MetroPCS-branded LTE smartphone in order to qualify for the rate plan; no bring your own device  or CDMA subscribers this time around. UPDATE: Consumers do not  [Read More…]

FreedomPop offers unlimited access to its Wi-Fi network for $5 a month

Budget carrier FreedomPop is now offering Android smartphone owners unlimited talk, text, and data over its Wi-Fi network for $ 5 a month. The service is available via the company’s FreedomPop App which can log into 10 million hotspots in the US, some of which are not available for the general public.