For the first time since debuting its Project Fi offering, Google is incorporating an unlimited data plan to its wireless service. With its new Bill Protection option, the tech giant will be capping charges for voice calls and text messaging, as well as data, at $80 every month, while letting customers enjoy high speed data, free of charge. The Bill Protection will also work for roaming customers, and for those who use data only SIM cards.
It appears that Sprint has decided to resurrect a promotional deal that promises a whole year of unlimited service, free of charge, to customers who are willing to switch from a rival network and bring their own handset. This special offer is made available to users who already own any one of the listed eligible devices (from phone brands such as Samsung, Apple, and Motorola, just to name a few).
What’s a good way to bring in the new year? For Teltik, it involves offering its customers unlimited minutes of voice calls, text messages, and data for just $15 per month. Plus, the wireless carrier is also throwing in $50 port-in credit for specific wireless plans. Considering this promotional deal is only good until the January 5th, interested parties better make a move now.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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