Sprint’s prepaid branch, remarkably known as Sprint Prepaid, has revamped its plans to offer you much better deals than its previous offerings. Sprint Prepaid was announced in March as a way for Sprint customers to use a prepaid service rather than switching to an MVNO. The initial plans came in ... Read More »
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Verizon has updated its prepaid offerings with what it calls the ALLSET PLANS. These plans start at $45 for smartphones and include 500MB of data (1GB if you enroll in auto pay) and unlimited talk and text.
If you need more than that base level of data, you have the option of buying “Bridge Data” ... Read More »
With the 8GB Nexus 4 already sold out and the 16GB Nexus 4 down to $250 at a limited supply, there’s no doubt there’s a new Nexus phone on the horizon. Not only that, but we also have a good feeling it’s already passed through the FCC — 5-inch 1080p display and all. So how ... Read More »
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Boost Mobile and Samsung have teamed up today to announce the Samsung Transform Ultra–a mid-range to high-end Android device with a full slide-out physical keyboard.
With Android 2.3 and a VGA front-facing camera for video chat, the Samsung Ultra aims to cover a wide range of consumer needs in one device. By utilizing a full ... Read More »
Looking for a good way to keep your phone bill down without making any compromises on the device you have to use? Then look no further than Motorola Triumph from Virgin Mobile US.
With a 1GHz processor, 4.1-inch display, 5 megapixel rear camera boasting 720p video, VGA front-facing camera and HDMI output, you’ll be hard ... Read More »
Earlier this week we noticed that T-Mobile had removed their no-contract, Even More Plus plans from their website and it was unclear why. After several days of waiting, T-mobile has finally issued a statement to inform customers that the Even More Plus plans are not going away, but they will not be offering ... Read More »
Last night I read on TmoNews that T-Mobile had removed their no-contract, Even More Plus plans from their website. I’m currently one of those customers on an Even More Plus plans (and it’s the main reason I’m a T-Mobile customer), so today we have been trying to figure out what exactly is going ... Read More »