Subscribers who are currently under any grandfathered unlimited plans from the Big Red have nothing to worry about -- Verizon Wireless has explicitly stated that it has no plans of throttling its data customers, even those who are heavy consumers of gigabytes on a monthly basis. This was revealed by Fran Shammo, the chief financial officer of the biggest wireless carrier in the United States during an interview just this week.
Boost Mobile, a prepaid arm of major US wireless carrier Sprint, has just introduced brand new plans, including an unlimited and unthrottled plan that goes for $60 a month. Plus, the prepaid service provider is also debuting a couple of new plans that feature growing data, wherein the users gets to enjoy an extra 500 megabytes of data going forward for every three on-time payments (not necessarily consecutive). Customers can get up to 3 gigabytes of growing data after completing 18 on-time payments.
To summarize, here are the new plans from Boost Mobile:
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