“Verizon is going to have to pry that plan from my cold dead hands.” Don’t worry Sean Riley, you can keep that grandfathered unlimited data plan as long as you purchase your phone a full retail price.
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Before AT&T tiered data plans started coming into effect, users were happy to be unlimited data subscribers. Once the changes went into place they would be grandfathered, allowing them to keep their unlimited plan. This was before AT&T started throttling its top 5% of data consumers. Grandfathered customers are now suffering ... Read More »
Planning to get a new smartphone from AT&T soon? Maybe that shiny Galaxy Note. You might want to take a look at this, if so. AT&T is getting ready to roll out its new data plans starting January 22. These phone and tablet plans are not bad, as they have a bit ... Read More »
UPDATE: Sprint dropped us an email to make sure you guys knew this new tiered data structure did not apply to smartphones, and there were no plans to remove unlimited data from their smartphone plans at this time. That being said, several Sprint users (myself included) have been reporting horrible 3G speeds since the iPhone was ... Read More »
Recent rumors seem to come from fairly good sources, but we’ve been raising our eyebrows at what Verizon seems to be cooking for the Motorola Droid RAZR. It’s been speculated that this super-thin device will be released on 11-11-11, and to make things even more ridiculous, at 11:11 am.
Turns out ... Read More »
Good news to all who like saving money. T-Mobile just announced a handful of new plans that should make some of you happy. As you might remember, T-Mobile canceled its $59.99/month Even More Plus plan way back in April. Fast-forward a few months, and Magenta is now bringing back the same ... Read More »
Yesterday’s rumors were less than satisfactory for most Verizon customers. Our good friends over at Droid-Life got some details about the new Verizon tiered data plans from a tipster. It wasn’t pretty. The cheapest plan started at $30 a month for 2 GB of data. If you’re wondering, that’s the same price Verizon ... Read More »
The days of unlimited data plans may soon be coming to an end. New comments from Verizon indicate the carrier will introduce tiered data pricing (similar to the moves made by AT&T earlier this month) when they move to 4G LTE later this year.
AT&T claims only 2% of their customers use over 2 GB of wireless data per month, so the carrier is restructuring their data plans to make it more affordable for more people.
Customers now have two choices when it comes to wireless data plans. The DataPlus plan offers 200 MB of data for $15 per ... Read More »