Beginning May 5th, a new MVNO will be joining the mobile industry in the US. Called Tello, this new player promises to rewrite the industry by offering “No Fees, Whatsoever.” In doing so, it serves as a challenge to the other MVNOs in the country.
So what makes Tello different from the other MVNOs? For ... Read More »
Alcatel OneTouch announced two new devices today for the Sprint prepaid MVNO Boost Mobile. Alcatel hit a home run earlier this year with the release of the budget Idol 3 phone, so let’s see if they can continue their awesome ... Read More »
Helio, which was folded into Virgin Mobile in 2008 and completely halted all of its operations two years later in 2010, has quietly made a return to the wireless market. But don’t call it a comeback.
Helio is now backed by a company called UBI, and thanks to that backing the wireless MVNO is able ... Read More »
Just as rumors pointed to, Google has announced its own MVNO, Project Fi. Project Fi is Google’s new service that aims to change the wireless market and provide a better experience for customers. The major selling point of Project Fi is that ... Read More »
According to The Wall Street Journal, Google is poised to unveil its wireless service as early as tomorrow. Google has been rumored to be creating an MVNO for months now, but the project seems to be nearing fruition. The key selling point of the ... Read More »
It’s been only five days since reports surfaced that Google, the search giant that’s not resting on its laurels, is planning on becoming a wireless carrier option for millions of people in the United States at some point in the future.
Now, according to a new report published by the Wall Street Journal, Google’s ... Read More »
T-Mobile has made quite a few big moves in the past several months, including the launch of its Simple Starter plan, Operation Tablet Freedom and the end of overage fees. Today information on T-Mobile’s next major action have leaked, and this time around ... Read More »
If you are reading this blog, then you are probably a nerd. Smartphones are now mainstream, but only a small percentage of those people who own them actually visit the tech blogs on a daily basis. And if you are a nerd, then I’m guessing that your family and friends come to you when they ... Read More »
Do you have an extra T-Mobile or unlocked phone laying around? Want to test out a new mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) that pays you to refer other customers? For the rest of the month, Solavei is offering a special promotion that makes it even easier to sign up by offering a ... Read More »
It is no secret that I despise carrier contracts and locked Android devices. As Amazon puts it, “A locked cell phone benefits only the carrier by keeping a customer using their service. Unlocked phones give consumers more control of plans, pricing, and services and make carriers work for you.”
This year I cancelled my Verizon ... Read More »