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Get to Know: Unreal Mobile

Most of us can identify the bigger names in the wireless network space as we routinely see advertising from Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint. These so-called “Big Four” pretty much own the landscape.

But, for each of the aforementioned service providers listed above there are others out there vying for your attention and money. Most of these smaller outfits license and use the towers and infrastructure from tier one players but offer their own rates, customer service, and phone selection.

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Unreal Mobile review: How good can a $10/month cell phone plan be?

How much does your cell phone line cost every month? $ 50? $ 75? $ 100?

How does $ 10 sound?

If you think that sounds too good to be true, you’ve never heard of Unreal Mobile. Unreal is an offshoot of FreedomPop, another low-cost carrier. Unreal started quick on the back of incredibly cheap lines of service and now its here to disrupt the industry.

Carriers like FreedomPop or Unreal are commonly referred to as MVNOs or Mobile Virtual  [Read More…]

Unreal Mobile now also delivers its cell phone services through AT&T’s network

Unreal Mobile is a new offshoot brand from popular MVNO FreedomPop that offers super cheap plans with talk, text and 4G LTE data.

So far, Unreal Mobile has given its users the option of making calls or using data via Sprint’s CDMA network. But this week, the company has announced it’s expanding and will start offering low cost, unlimited mobile and Wi-Fi services through AT&T’s GSM network.

With the new partnership in place, customers can now buy and use an  [Read More…]

Unreal Mobile now offers an $8/month hotspot plan

Unreal Mobile this week announced a new Wi-Fi hotspot device and a dedicated plan for it. It’s hard to imagine being without an Internet connection today and the MVNO wants to help you stay connected at all times.

The hotspot device costs $ 20 and for the first year of service, you’ll be required to pay $ 8 per month. This will ensure you’ll be able to get a Wi-Fi connection wherever you are.

The $ 8 package includes 2GB  [Read More…]

UNREAL Mobile officially launches, lowers its unlimited plan to $10/month

More than 50,000 people signed up for beta access in under four weeks.

On May 23, FreedomPop announced it was launching a spinoff MVNO called “UNREAL Mobile” that would offer unlimited plans starting at just $ 15/month. Less than four weeks since that announcement was made, UNREAL Mobile is now going live with an even better deal than what was initially offered.

UNREAL was originally promoting unlimited plans that started out at $ 15/month, but in response  [Read More…]

UNREAL Mobile debuts ahead of potential T-Mobile and Sprint merger

Freedompop spins off its service in an attempt to take on the tier one wireless players in T-Mobile and Sprint. With rate plans that start at just $ 15 per month, the carrier promises more than just affordable bills.

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FreedomPop is launching UNREAL Mobile to compete with T-Mobile and Sprint

Unlimited plans will start out at just $ 15/month.

T-Mobile and Sprint made headlines in late April after announcing that the new companies were merging together as “The New T-Mobile”, and as a direct response to that, U.S. MVNO FreedomPop is launching a new company called UNREAL Mobile.

Where FreedomPop is meant to compete with the likes of Cricket Wireless, Boost Mobile, and other pre-paid MVNOs, UNREAL Mobile will be marketed as a proper alternative to post-paid  [Read More…]

HTC Vive and SteamVR will add Unreal Engine 4 support for better-looking games

Epic Games will include support for the HTC Vive virtual reality headset and SteamVR in the next public version of its Unreal Engine 4 game development tools.

This means that the HTC Vive will, in theory, be able to play a larger number of games. Unreal Engine 4 is already being used to create a wide variety of titles, and recently Epic Games decided to get rid of its monthly fee for developing games with the  [Read More…]

Epic Games ditches monthly fee for developers who use Unreal Engine 4

Epic Games has announced that it is getting rid of its $ 19 monthly fee for developers who want to make games using Unreal Engine 4. Epic will still take 5% of any gross revenue generated by an Unreal Engine 4-based app or game every quarter after it reaches $ 3,000 in revenue.

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The Dark Meadow is the latest Android game to use Unreal Engine 3


This week NVIDIA announced via their Tegra Zone blog that Phosphor Game Studios is bringing their iOS thriller The Dark Meadow to Android early next year. Set in an abandoned hospital gone wild, the game looks to creep you out and blow you away with stunning visuals using Epic Game’s Unreal Engine.

Phosphor Game Studios has optimized their game to run on Tegra devices by incorporating atmospheric real-time lighting effects and high resolution textures.  [Read More…]