Tag Archive: Unlimited


Cricket Wireless now offering affordable unlimited calling and texting

If you do not happen to be a power user who uses lots of data, it may be a little bit of a challenge to find the most affordable contract for you. Sure, there’s quite a few deals out there, but the choice may not quite suit your needs, particularly when it comes to text and

Anker PowerHouse Review: UNLIMITED POWER (kinda)

Usually when I refer to portable power packs, I’m talking about the kind of battery you slip in your pocket to power your Pokemon hunt. The Anker PowerHouse … is not one of those.

With a theoretical capacity of 120,000mAh / 400Wh, the PowerHouse is hours and hours of energy in a nine-pound box. But the laws of physics are fickle things, and even such brute-force power density doesn’t guarantee this battery bank will give you the endurance you’re  [Read More…]

T-Mobile offers unlimited HD streaming and LTE tethering, but at a cost

T-Mobile wants you to spend even more to use your phone as a Wi-Fi hotspot.

Earlier this month, T-Mobile announced that it would be eliminating data buckets by moving to a T-Mobile One plan that offers unlimited data, text, and calls starting at $ 70 per month for the first line, $ 50 for the second line, and $ 20 for the third up to eight lines.

The plan also offered unlimited video streaming as long as it’s in  [Read More…]

Legacy unlimited AT&T data plans aren’t worth the high cost

When the first iPhone was released almost a decade ago it was exclusive to AT&T Wireless. It was also the first time that AT&T created an Unlimited Data Plan to help iPhone users cut costs on limited data plans. The Unlimited Data Plan used to cost $ 30, and was increased to $ 35 earlier this year. Unlike

Sprint adds unlimited high-def video streaming with Unlimited Freedom Premium plan

Sprint on Friday debuted a variation on its recently introduced Unlimited Freedom rate plan. Priced at $ 80 per month, the new Unlimited Freedom Premium option gives customers unlimited calls, messages, and data, including high-definition video streaming. The move likely comes as a direct result of customers who liked the idea of the Unlimited Freedom’s all-inclusive rate

Unlimited data for all! T-Mobile does away with tiered data plans

In a move characteristic of the Uncarrier, T-Mobile is shaking up the mobile industry again. John Legere took to Instagram for a surprise Uncarrier 12 announcement where the carrier said it will do away with tiered data, but there are some catches. The new plan will be called T-Mobile ONE and the first line will

Sprint steps up its game, unveils “Unlimited Freedom”

After a short hiatus of dwindling unlimited plans by Sprint, they today announced the return of the popular package that allows users an almost unlimited amount of data, text and calls. Beginning tomorrow, 19 August 2016, subscribers can sign up for the deal in-store. A single line costs a respectable $ 60, while $ 100 will get

T-Mobile gives all plans unlimited data in latest Uncarrier move

What is Uncarrier 12 and why is T-Mobile offering unlimited data?

T-Mobile’s latest Uncarrier move is less about thanking you and more about increasing its monthly revenue.

The company has announced that it is moving all postpaid plans to a so-called T-Mobile One scheme, getting rid of data buckets in favor of a single account type that includes unlimited, calls, text, and data, along with all the other Uncarrier benefits previously announced such as low-cost roaming, weekly perks, and  [Read More…]

Unlimited cloud backup with Carbonite for just $45 (save 25%)

Today’s AndroidGuys deal of the day is perfect for those of you who are very active computer users. Don’t trust Google or Amazon with all of your personal and private information? That’s where the highly acclaimed Carbonite cloud service comes in to save the day. For $ 44.99, 25% off the retail price, you can get

Sprint testing new unlimited data plans for $60/month

Unlimited data is a big topic of interest these days, particularly today, since Verizon announced that it will be deactivating unlimited data customers who use more than 100GB/month. While Verizon may not be such a fan, other carriers are competing to offer the best value to customers.

Sprint, T-Mobile and AT&T all offer unlimited data plans, but Sprint has begun testing a new plan that undercuts its already low prices. Sprint’s latest plan is dubbed the Unlimited Freedom Plan and  [Read More…]