AT&T will reportedly soon introduce very generous discounts on a number of old iPhone models via its $45 per month prepaid plan. The talk is that the number two wireless service provider in the United States will be offering the 32 gigabyte edition of Apple’s iPhone 6s at just $344.99 and the 32 gigabyte iPhone 6s Plus for only $444.99.
Best Cellular is a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) that not only sells no contract wireless plans for mobile users, but also offers multi-carrier corporate plans for enterprises. Based in Colorado, the company is also selling handsets, SIM cards, and accessories, through a network of retail outlets and partner dealers. Recently, the carrier has also started to offer prepaid Internet of Things (IoT) data plans for developers who are creating solutions for IoT and M2M (machine to machine) development.
C Spire Wireless has recently introduced a new promotional deal that doubles the data allotments of two of its existing mobile plans. The carrier’s $40 a month plan used to come with 3 gigabytes of data every month, but that data allowance has been bumped up to 6 gigabytes. As for the company’s $55 a month option, the previous 8 gigabytes of data has been boosted to 12 gigabytes.
FreedomPop’s retail expansion efforts are beginning to bear fruit -- the mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) is launching its wireless services and mobile devices in over 1,100 Target locations across the United States, as well as on Target’s official website. Basically, the partnership will see the retail giant offer FreedomPop’s SIM cards for five bucks and Android powered smartphone devices starting at a very affordable $59.
Cricket Wireless, the prepaid brand of AT&T, has recently announced that beginning on November 5th, it will be adding more data to its most in-demand mobile plans. As stated in its official press release, the high speed data buckets for users with the carrier’s $30 a month plan will be adjusted automatically to 2 gigabytes of data from the previous 1 gigabyte. As for the $40 a month plan, what was once 4 gigabytes of data will soon become 5 gigabytes.
Well, it is a bit complicated. When SprintrelaunchedVirgin Mobile back in June earlier this year, the fourth biggest mobile operator in America had positioned the prepaid brand as an iPhone only carrier. It turned out that Virgin had landed a deal with Apple to sell only iPhone devices through a new wireless plan called Inner Circle, offering unlimited gigabytes of data for $50 each month.
Verizon Wireless has taken the opportunity to introduce new prepaid family plans, basically reigniting its efforts in the prepaid market, which is something it has not done lately. The new prepaid family plans start at $40 a month for one line of service that offers 3 gigabytes of data, and tops out at $80 per month for a line of service that comes with unlimited gigabytes of data. Those who avail can add up to four extra lines of service, and get to enjoy discounts of up to $20 for each line (the discount varies depending on which prepaid family plan).
Mint SIM is introducing a new promotional deal that promises to grant discounts on any one of its 3 month mobile plans. Called Foxtober (with a cute fox mascot to boot), this latest special offer is good until this Sunday, October 8th, and basically offers adjusting pricing as follows:
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