Bring or buy an iPhone, port your number and sign onto an Unlimited LTE plan and you're eligible for more than just AirPods.
There's a remote possibility that Apple fans may go without the best possible speeds that T-Mobile can provide this fall.
Sprint's been fighting its reputation as the weakest network in the US and it's using download speeds through the Galaxy S8 as a metric.
Bell will presumably carry it with LTE connectivity. Nearly every specification has been downgraded from last year's original Grand X View.
It has a spec line or two that falls short of another version of this phone on Verizon and it takes a higher minimum data plan to purchase the phone.
The nation's larget regional carrier, which has 5 million subscribers and some spectrum to its name, will stay with the family that owns it, a source says.
They're priced worse than MetroPCS plans (plans devised under T-Mobile control) and one worse than even the postpaid version of T-Mobile ONE.
It's only in a 32GB memory configuration and in the gold color. It sounds ridiculous, but it seems that Apple is playing the price game.
The AT&T prepaid carrier already caps rates at 8Mbps. Now, unlimited data users may see bigger speed cuts like their postpaid counterparts.