Tag Archive: Unlimited

Straight Talk amps up data limit on unlimited plan


With many of the prepaid wireless companies switching up their plans recently, Straight Talk is quick to fall inline. However, while some might decrease the amount of data provided with their plans, Straight Talk is bumping theirs up.

Straight Talk advertises its $ 45 plan to have “unlimited” data, but anyone who reads the fine print knows that this claim isn’t entirely true. Okay, yes, you  [Read More…]

Boost Mobile debuts new unlimited talk, text, data plans


Boost Mobile on Tuesday announced a trio of new rate plans for feature phone and smartphone users alike. Priced as low as $ 40 these “Monthly Unlimited Select” options each allow for unlimited talking, texting, and data. What’s the difference in them, you ask? That would be the full speed data buckets for each plan.

With the unveiling of Monthly Unlimited Select, Boost Mobile once again evens  [Read More…]

Three UK reportedly killing unlimited tethering for new contract customers

A report this morning by Wired UK claims that local carrier, Three, is set to put an end to unlimited tethering allowances for new contract customers. It’s supposed to be part of a raft of changes to the contract offerings which will still see all-you-can-eat data options available, but tethering will now be capped on those at 2GB.

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Verizon’s new ALLSET pre-paid plans offer unlimited calls, texts, and 500MB data for $45/month


Pre-paid plans are becoming a more-and-more viable option these days, especially if carriers continue to make improvements like Verizon has just done with the introduction of their new “ALLSET PLANS” (no more all-caps from here on out, mkay). These new plans start at $ 35-a-month for basic phones, but if you’re smart and opt for a smartphone, it starts at a mere $ 45-a-month.

That low Allset plan price includes unlimited ‘Anytime Minutes’  [Read More…]

T-Mobile launches unlimited Full Monty plans in the UK starting February 1

T-Mobile launches unlimited Full Monty plans in the UK starting February 1

Even though there were rumors a couple of days ago about T-Mobile’s new unlimited plans, they have been officially unveiled only today. The ‘’Full Monty’’ plans will be made available  [Read More…]

T-Mobile, Walmart offering new unlimited family plans; no contracts, very low prices


If there’s something T-Mobile and Walmart are both known for, it’s their pocket-friendly philosophy. Both companies have just announced a new family plan for those who want to step into the smartphone world without hurting their bank accounts. Not only is this offer affordable, but it’s completely unlimited and commitment-free.

This plan offers unlimited talk, text and web at the  [Read More…]

Are Sprint data plans really unlimited? Yes, says Sprint.

Are Sprint data plans really unlimited? Yes, says Sprint.

Yesterday, Sprint CEO Dan Hesse made comments that suggested that the company throttles the top 1% of its customers who use the most mobile data. That was in direct contradiction to the massive ad campaign that  [Read More…]

Sprint says they don’t throttle data, plans are still truly unlimited


Sprint has spent millions of dollars promoting their truly unlimited data plans the past year, so many were surprised when a Dow Jones Newswire report claimed that CEO Dan Hesse said they throttle the top 1% of users. A day later and we find out Hesse was actually misquoted. It turns out he was actually referring to roaming data and not talking about postpaid customers.

“We don’t throttle our unlimited postpaid  [Read More…]

Verizon may have caught on to the unlimited data trick, reportedly adjusting accounts

Verizon may have caught on to the unlimited data trick, reportedly adjusting accounts

Verizon appears to have caught wind of a trick that subscribers had been using to raise their accounts from a tiered data plan to an unlimited one.

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Sprint 4G broadband unlimited no more – Smartphones next? (Update)


Things are not looking good for unlimited data fans. People that do not like data tiers currently have a safe place to go to – Sprint. It seems like America’s 1st 4G network is going to start setting some limits, though. At least for 4G broadband users.

Sprint has announced that 4G mobile broadband users will no longer be able to enjoy their unlimited data plans. By the way, there will  [Read More…]