For some mobile users, they like to have a smartphone at all times not necessarily to make phone calls, but as a means for browsing the information superhighway, and maybe send text messages sometimes (that is, if they are not using Snapchat or Facebook Messenger). Well, a new mobile Internet provider called Charge is offering something they may want to check out.
Based on a leaked image (courtesy of TmoNews), it appears that T-Mobile is planning to introduce six new Simple Choice plans on March 30th of this year. From what we can glean from the image, it seems that the soon to be launched plans by the third biggest wireless carrier in the United States are designed for specific customers, especially subscribers who tend to depend on Voice over IP (VoIP) and chat messaging mobile apps, or those who only make use of their mobile devices to either send or check text messages, or browse the information superhighway.
Google has recently announced that its wireless service called Project Fi will now support data only mobile devices. This means that starting right now, users of Project Fi will now be able to gain access to cellular connections from tablet devices and other connected devices even while on the go.
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