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.
In the fierce competition between U.S. carriers, every operator has to find a way to stand out. While Verizon has long held its ground by boasting the best network, the company looks to be finding some other ways to boost value for customers. According to a new image that popped up on Reddit, the company ... Read More »
Sprint and T-Mobile have garnered quite a reputation for duking it out. Each carrier will launch a new promotion and the other will rush to match or best it. The usual scenario is happening again, with Sprint matching T-Mobile’s “fourth line ... Read More »
There are plenty of carrier options out there, but sometimes the smaller carriers don’t get as much coverage. That’s an unfortunate coincidence, because depending on how you use your wireless service, you could stand to save a great deal of money by using one of these smaller carriers. One of the more well-known prepaid carriers ... Read More »
Deals, promotions and limited-time offers are pretty common, even from wireless carriers, but Verizon doesn’t have any plans to match all of them whenever a new one crops up, even when an offer like unlimited data from its biggest rival pops up on the scene.
In an interview with CNET, Verizon Wireless CFO Fran Shammo confirmed that ... Read More »
While other carriers have begun to offer unlimited data again (with some caveats), AT&T has remained recalcitrant on the issue. Now the nation’s second largest carrier is taking a step to try and urge customers off of grandfathered unlimited data plans. Beginning in February, AT&T customers who are grandfathered into unlimited data plans ... Read More »
“Sprint beats all national carriers with unlimited data for $20/month.” That’s the headline Sprint is using for this announcement, but the wording “unlimited data” is quite a stretch. The plan does indeed offer unlimited data, but only 1GB of that will be LTE. The rest will be 2G data, which we all know sucks.