T-Mobile is introducing a new special offer that is made available only for a limited time. In this promotional deal, the third biggest wireless carrier in the United States has decided to offer four lines of service of unlimited data for a price of $140. Specifically, users who opt to subscribe to a couple of lines of service of the mobile operator’s One Unlimited data plan will get to have a pair of extra lines of unlimited data for the price of one. To summarize:
CREDO Mobile, a mobile virtual network operator based in the city of San Francisco in California, has decided to debut a new unlimited plan that is priced at $80 for a single line of service. It is interesting to note that as an MVNO, the provider currently leases network capacity from the number one wireless carrier in the United States, Verizon Wireless. Even more intriguing is the fact that its new $80 plan appears to be identical to the Big Red’s unlimited offering:
Teltik is not your typical wireless carrier. Strictly speaking, the company is a telecoms service provider for businesses based in the United States. But it does offer unlimited voice calls, text messaging, and data for as low as $25 every month. And for good measure, it does not come with any contracts, rate increases, data overages, or hidden charges.
Here is some good news for those who want to avail of an unlimited option from Verizon Wireless but do not want to get a postpaid plan -- the Big Red now offers unlimited on its prepaid plans. Starting immediately, mobile users can choose to get unlimited voice calls, text messaging, and fast data for $80 a month for one line of service. For good measure, this option also comes with unlimited international text messaging to over 200 countries across the globe, as well as unlimited voice calls to both Canada and Mexico.
More than a fortnight ago, Sprint had decided to keep the pricing of its Unlimited Freedom option consistent on the first four lines of service. That is, the first line of service is offered at $50, a couple of lines at $40 each, and then four lines at $30 each.
Not wanting to be left behind, the fifth biggest wireless carrier in the United States has decided to add a unlimited data plan for its prepaid customers. The new unlimited data option from US Cellular for prepaid users comes with a price of $70, and is an addition to its current $35 per month (which includes 1 gigabyte of data) and $45 per month (which includes 5 gigabytes of data) offerings.
Various industry watchers agree that the newly introduced Xfinity Mobile is a good first step in realizing Comcast’s wireless dreams, they also believe that the new brand will not likely steal subscribers from the Big Four (Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint).
Sprint has recently brought down the pricing of its unlimited data plan to $50 a month for one line of service. This piece of news comes right after the major US wireless carrier was reported to have discontinued its long running half off promo for new subscribers.
And the unlimited wars continue to intensify -- AT&T has just announced that it will be giving all subscribers of its Unlimited Plus plan access to HBO, absolutely free of charge. According to the second biggest wireless carrier in the United States, the free HBO deal will be offered to customers who sign up for Unlimited Plus, whether or not they also pay for the company’s DirecTV service.
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