T-Mobile ONE plan gets rid of hidden fees and taxes: What you see is what you pay.
T-Mobile is always trying to mix things up. At its latest “Uncarrier” event at CES this week, the company borrowed from Bill Maher’s bag of tricks by announcing a slew of “New Rules” for T-Mobile customers on the T-Mobile ONE plan.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere announced that their new plan would include all monthly fees and taxes into the advertised [Read More…]
Unlimited photo and video backup is one of the Pixel’s marquee features.
Google Photos offers unlimited photo backups for everyone as long as the photos are under 16MP and you’re willing to save the files at “High Quality.” But with the Pixel and Pixel XL, you can store unlimited photos and videos (in 4K!) at full resolution and not have it counted against your quota. Here’s how photo backups work on the Pixel.
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Low-cost prepaid provider TextNow has announced today it is expanding by adding the “Bring Your Own Device” to its list of services. The company claims 50% to 70% of traditional wireless customers overpay for their plan, but luckily their new SIM program represents a great alternative to costly carrier plans. The “Bring Your Own Device”
Recently T-Mobile made a pretty interesting offer to Google Pixel users. While the carrier isn’t actually selling the phones per-se, T-Mobile invited Pixel owners (only 32GB version) to jump onboard with its One plan and receive $ 325 credit in return. That’s half the value of a Pixel. Granted, the $ 325 is to be awarded in
Using the internet is becoming increasingly risky, and many people aren’t taking the precautions necessary to protect their data and ultimately themselves. Using a VPN to protect yourself is never a bad idea, but free services are often unreliable, slow, and unsafe.
What you need is an affordable VPN service with a proven track record to keep your data private while you browse the internet. You have several devices, so you need it to work on multiple platforms, and you [Read More…]
T-Mobile has reached a settlement with the FCC wherein the carrier will pay $ 48 million fine for misleading customers over its “unlimited” data plans. The FCC started investigating the carrier’s unlimited plans after receiving several complaints from T-Mobile and MetroPCS customers that their data connections were being throttled. T-Mobile later clarified that it was “de-prioritizing” the top 3% of its data users during times of high congestion, throttling the connections to 1Mbps or lower.
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When you buy a Pixel Google lets you back up all the pictures and video you shoot for free, at full resolution. That’s a pretty big deal.
Google has made much fuss about the camera on the Pixel and Pixel XL (they share the same specs). A hearty endorsement from DXOMark, samples from the camera development team, and even some 4K footage with image stabilization have people interested because a great camera is one of those [Read More…]
The People’s Operator, a mobile virtual network operator that uses both GSM and CDMA technologies, has launched a new rate plan. Available immediately, the Infinity plan gives customers unlimited data for as low as $ 55 per month. What’s the catch? Well, there are a few things worth noting. For starters, the Infinity option is only
And there’s a super-cheap Echo-only plan too.
As rumored, Amazon has finally unveiled its new streaming service, dubbed Amazon Music Unlimited. Like rival services, the regular price is $ 9.99 per month, but if you’re an Amazon Prime member you’ll only pay $ 7.99 per month (or $ 79.99 annually.) Subscribers get access to “tens of millions of songs,” a step up from the more limited selection offered through Amazon Music to Prime members.
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One of the major benefits in owning a smartphone is the camera that you always have on hand to take a picture of a memory that you don’t want to forget. Sporting events, children, recitals, vacation, food and our cats are all things we love to take pictures of and many of us take so