Black Friday starts one week early for ROK Mobile, and its latest deal is a pretty generous one. Beginning today, any new customer who decides to sign up for the Black Friday special offer get a chance to experience three whole months of unlimited voice call minutes, text messaging, and data (with a data prioritization policy beyond the 20 gigabyte limit and video streaming at 480p), all for only $99 for those three months.
It is official -- Sprint is indeed intending on including basic Hulu service, free of charge, to its unlimited plans, beginning on November 17th. Less than a week ago, it was reported that the major US wireless carrier was planning to add free Hulu subscriptions, and the company is now taking the opportunity to confirm the news.
In a market research note written to subscribers, Wave7 Research says that Sprint apparently has plans to add programming from Hulu in its unlimited plans. Dealers have already been reportedly told to expect this new inclusion, with one subscription for each account and the value is said to be worth $7.99.
Remember the Galaxy Note 8buy one get one special offer that T-Mobile introduced around a couple of months ago? Well, that promotional deal unfortunately ended last October 17th. The third biggest wireless carrier in the United States, however, is offering a new Galaxy Note 8 deal, one that promises a very generous discount.
As you might have heard already, the iPhone X (which can be argued is the more highly awaited new iPhone model compared to the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus) will be made available for preordering this coming Friday, October 27th. There is some talk that availability will be somewhat limited, and Apple is even encouraging prospective buyers to get there early when its flagship device hits store shelves everywhere on November 3rd.
Tello has exciting news to its loyal customers who have been patiently waiting for new deals and offers. The first announcement made by the MVNO is that it has reduced the prices on its plans and have included unlimited texts. In addition to this, Tello has a new special offer for its users who use their data allotment heavily. Here are more details:
Via an official statement in its website, the third biggest mobile operator in the country is announcing that it has decided to limit LTE roaming for its subscribers traveling to Canada and Mexico starting on November 12th. The cap will be at 5 gigabytes each month, and while it is true that T-Mobile will not be charging for overages, mobile users will have to expect connection speeds as sleepy as 128 kbps if they go beyond the 5 gigabyte limit per month.
The number four wireless carrier in America has decided to introduce new lease deals for two of Apple’s newest iPhone models (the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus). Indeed, Sprint is promising discounts of up to $350 on the listed pricing to people who are willing to trade in any one of the eligible devices.
T-Mobile has recently revealed that data usage on its network has grown over 50 percent in the last year even as LTE connection speeds have increased 25 percent (per data provided by Speedtest). With that in mind, the third biggest wireless carrier in the United States has now decided to upgrade its data prioritization policy to implement a new 50 gigabyte unlimited data threshold every month. Previously, that threshold was at 32 gigabytes a month, but now T-Mobile subscribers can now enjoy up to 50 gigabytes of data before expecting their connection speeds to be throttled.
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