Sprint has announced a new plan to add to its repertoire. The latest offering is an unlimited data plan exclusively for tablets, priced at $20/month. The plan does include a few caveats, though.
To enroll in the plan, users must already have at least one active phone line on their Sprint account, and they must ... Read More »
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.
Sprint, T-Mobile and ... 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 »
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 »
If you’re in the market for a better plan for your data-hungry family, T-Mobile has just the thing. The “Un-carrier” has just launched a new family plan that includes unlimited talk, text, and full-speed LTE data. The plan is a great deal, starting at just $100 for two people. From there, it costs $40 to add ... Read More »
All the other carriers have announced plan changes, and Sprint didn’t want to be left out. Today, Sprint announced two new plans, both of which, you’ll be happy to hear, include unlimited data. Both plans include what Sprint is calling their Unlimited Guarantee, meaning Sprint can’t take away your unlimited talk, text and data for ... Read More »
That was fun while it lasted. Verizon is planning to kill unlimited data plans this summer, says Reuters. Instead, the carrier will begin offering tiered data plans, penalizing those of us who consume a lot of data. This leaves Sprint as the only option — aside from regional carriers — for ... Read More »
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 »