Sprint goes after Verizon subscribers again with free unlimited service for a year

Anyone willing to activate an eligible unlocked smartphone on Sprint, and port in an existing number, can get a full year of free unlimited data, talk and text for a limited time.

Cricket revives cheaper unlimited plan with more restrictions, hotspot add-on also available

There are now two Cricket Wireless unlimited data plans, the newer of which starts at $55 a month with a permanent 3 Mbps speed cap.

AT&T finally welcomes Unlimited Choice customers to the free HBO party

Available for AT&T Unlimited Plus customers at no extra charge since April, premium HBO content is now also offered for Unlimited Choice subscribers.

Verizon’s new Go Unlimited and Beyond Unlimited plans are complicated and full of restrictions

$75 can get you a Verizon Go Unlimited line with a boatload of limits and restrictions, while the $85 Beyond Unlimited plan is better but not great.

Comcast launches Verizon-backed Xfinity Mobile service nationwide, unlimited plans are $45 per line

Supported by Verizon’s 4G LTE network, as well as a whopping 18 million Wi-Fi hotspots, Xfinity Mobile is now available for all Comcast customers.

T-Mobile ONE Unlimited 55+ targets rival ‘senior’ plans at $60 a month for two lines

T-Mobile ONE Unlimited 55+ service aims to show respect instead of contempt for the “generation that invented wireless”, i.e. Americans age 55 and up.

Sprint trims unlimited prices again, simplifying choice while ditching ‘50% off’ promo

No more “50% off” incentive to switch to Sprint starting today, but the Now Network’s Unlimited Freedom plan is the all-around cheapest nationwide.

AT&T GoPhone customers can get unlimited data (with caps) for $60 a month

The best AT&T GoPhone monthly prepaid plans still cost $40 and $60 respectively, getting big upgrades from 4 and 8GB high-speed data to 6 and unlimited.

Sprint’s ‘best unlimited HD plan ever’ raises streaming and hotspot bars while keeping prices low

Sprint can do “unlimited” HD video streaming and mobile hotspot just like T-Mobile and Verizon, but way cheaper, especially for a family of four.

Sprint outdoes itself, charging $90 for two, three, four or five unlimited lines

This feels like a familiar deal, but it’s actually an entirely new one, with $90 per month enough for a whopping five lines of unlimited Sprint service.