Shareable data plans have been making the rounds at major postpaid carriers for a while now, and soon they’ll be making the jump to prepaid.
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It’s a new week and Virgin Mobile is kicking things off with a new set of plans and a new Android smartphone to go with ‘em.
The new Virgin Mobile Unlimited plans start out at just $20 per month — data hounds needn’t apply — and top out at $55 per month. Here’s how they ... Read More »
Sharp’s striking one-bezel Aquos Crystal smartphone is officially heading to Sprint, Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile. Yesterday, Sharp took the wraps off of its latest creation, the one-bezel Aquos Crystal smartphone, that features an edge-to-edge display on three sides. Sharp ... Read More »
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The HTC One (M8) was bestowed upon all major service providers in the US, Verizon secured the HTC One Remix (a re-branded HTC One mini 2) and AT&T got its own variant of the HTC Desire 610. But what about the HTC Desire 816 ... Read More »
This morning, Virgin Mobile announced a new plan to give users maximum control over the plan. Virgin Mobile Custom is a new plan that allows users to change their plan on the fly in an effort to save even more money. While the traditional staples of talk, text and data are factored ... Read More »
Virgin Mobile looks to be getting a line of new mid-range Android devices soon, if a new leak is to be believed. @evleaks reports that Virgin Mobile will see four new mid-range smartphones from LG, HTC and ZTE. From left to right we can see the LG Pulse, LG Unify, HTC Desire 816 and ZTE Emblem. Easily the ... Read More »
Priced at $599.99 without a contract, the Galaxy S5 being sold by Boost and Virgin is the same model ... Read More »
Well, that didn’t take long. Less than a week after the LG Volt showed its face in leaked renders, the Android-powered smartphone has been made officially official by Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile.
Some folks like to start their week with a nice cup of coffee or a nice, warm cinnamon roll. Sprint does things a little differently. The company is kicking off its new week by announcing a new Android smartphone.
Family plans have been a part of the wireless industry for quite a while now, but Sprint recently introduced a new, unique spin on the group offering known as the “Framily Plan.” Launching on Jan. 10, the Framily Plan allows customers to gather a group of up to 10 people under a single ... Read More »