US Mobile and it is nudging consumers to give its Verizon-based wireless service a try. How? By grabbing on to the latest iPhones.
Sprint had already offered these tie-ins with auxiliary services in one way or another, but not at this discounted price and with big data bonuses.
It's another one of the network's "Flash Sales" and it's bringing back a pretty good deal for cell switchers for a limited time.
FreedomPop's latest Sprint-based prepaid carrier is working hard to grab attention to its low-cost services. The hotspot is the latest ploy.
For $10 per month less than a T-Mobile ONE plan, custoemrs won't be getting LTE speeds for what may be considered auxilliary features.
Customers can now travel to over 210 destinations and use their T-Mobile phone and plan, though with some limitations. The new pass gives a bump in speeds.
The plans go into effect from July 13 with a price jump for more data and music goodies and discounts for first-weekend subscribers.
Just like Comcast's own Xfinity Mobile, the service is offer on top of Verizon's LTE network and a mesh of free Wi-Fi hotspots across the nation.
Comcast is pulling the purse strings tight on cellular data partly, we presume, to make up costs to Verizon for access to its network and also for profit.
Instead of 500MB of high-speed data for $30 a month, it's 1GB for the same price. And while the Unlimited plan snoozes on this promo, it's a high ceiling.
AT&T Unlimited &More and Unlimited &More Premium will include this new suite of 30 live channels for mobile users for free.
The promotion will have only lasted about one week. Sprint originally messaged its intention for it to last for a good part of the summer.
Verizon's new Above Unlimited plan starts at $95 a month for "super users", but any family account member can get a big discount by mixing things up.
The carrier may be fighting against FreedomPop and a new project it is launching that also aims to run $15 a month unlimited data plans.
Microsoft and Qualcomm's first batch of Always Connected PCs, manufactured by Asus, HP and Lenovo, can access high-speed mobile Sprint data for free through the end of the year... with the usual restrictions.
Postpaid customers can take part in the World Cup excitement with high-speed data throughput for the duration of the FIFA tournament.
The Federal Trade Commission accused AT&T of giving no due notice for throttling the speeds of customers on older unlimited data plans.
Sprint is still competing with T-Mobile for the moment, despite the two having proposed to be merged. This salvo goes for older customers.
Technically, you have to pay for your first two months of unlimited MetroPCS service before receiving $100 back, but free money is always a good deal.
On the iPhone front, it'll take a trade-in and some unlimited data and it's for half-off one phone. The S9? No need for those things at all, though you'll be fully rewarded.
Instead of paying just $60 a month for two unlimited everything service lines, T-Mobile customers aged 55 or older will be charged $70 starting March 15, which is still extremely affordable.
Verizon's prepaid plans get just a little better today, starting at $30 a month with 500MB high-speed data and setting you back as much as $75 if you need unlimited service.
The Unlimited 2 plan, though, comes with big caveats: 3Mbps upload and download speeds with 480p video streaming and even further opportunities for throttling.