Verizon Wireless has apparently decided to revamp the unlimited data offering it debuted back in February early this year. The Big Red is now dividing the offering into a trio of tiers and is now also throttling video transmission speeds.
More than four months after it officially introduced its wireless service offering, Xfinity Mobile, Comcast has announced that it has successfully finished rolling out the service across all of its existing markets. But it should be noted though that the company has taken the opportunity to further simplify its options, and now just offers either an unlimited plan that costs $45 a month, or an option that offers each gigabyte for just $12.
ROK Mobile has decided to overhaul its wireless plans, and customers will be delighted to know that the mobile virtual network operator (it leases network capacity from major US carriers Verizon Wireless and Sprint) now offers unlimited 4G LTE data for just $45 a month. For good measure, that $45 a month plan also comes with unlimited voice calls and text messaging, as well as 24 hours and seven days a week roadside assistance and mobile optimized data.
For the past few years, T-Mobile changed the way it does its business by trying to attract the younger generation. The carrier did so when it rebranded itself as an "Un-carrier" label that wanted to rebel against the other offers in the market. Today's announcement, however, gives special attention to senior citizens who want the best value for their smartphone usage. With more seniors becoming digitally connected as ever, it is only understandable why T-Mobile has decided to offer a new plan specifically for this market.
The prepaid brand of the second biggest wireless carrier in America has decided to debut a new unlimited plan, as well as new smartphone devices and some discounts. Indeed, AT&T’s Cricket Wireless is introducing a new promotional plan that is only made available for a limited time. Basically, the special offer promises a couple of lines of service that come with unlimited high speed data for $80 per month.
CREDO Mobile, a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) that leases network capacity from Verizon Wireless, has recently and quietly introduced a new unlimited data plan this week. The announcement was made through the carrier’s official blog, which indicated that the new unlimited options include a single line of service of unlimited voice calls, text messaging, and data for a price of $80 per month, and five lines of service for a total price of $200 per month (or equivalent to $40 for each line of service).
Rather quietly, T-Mobile has chosen to terminate its special pricing for its One Plus unlimited plan, effectively increasing the price from $5 per month to $10 per month, on top of the monthly fee it charges for its standard One unlimited plan. Thus, a single line of service under the T-Mobile One Plus plan is now priced at $80 per month. As for four lines of service, that now costs $200 per month.
According to BayStreet Research, Virgin Mobile, the newly relaunched prepaid arm of major US wireless carrier Sprint, could sell between 100,000 to 300,000 units of Apple’s iPhone devices by way of Virgin’s new Inner Circle unlimited plan. For those not familiar with Inner Circle, it is a plan that offers budget friendly iPhone models paired with one year of unlimited service, free of charge, to customers who are willing to avail of the plan online.
The fourth biggest wireless carrier in America has officially rebranded its Sprint Prepaid brand into Sprint Forward. The new prepaid brand promises 4 gigabytes of high speed data for $40 a month, as well as an unlimited version that costs $60 a month. As explained by Oscar Meza, a spokesperson for Sprint, the new Sprint Forward brand was first created a month ago, and was designed for mobile users who are looking to get a wireless plan that comes with a flexible pay in advance set up.
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