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T-Mobile may provide America's fastest wireless service, but according to the National Advertising Division, that's not enough to qualify for the title of nation's "best unlimited network."
There's an all-new AT&T prepaid plan, priced at $50 or $40 with AutoPay, including 8GB of high-speed data. Also, heftier multi-line discounts, and a larger mobile hotspot bucket for the "Unlimited Plus" option.
True mobile 5G service is right around the corner, at least in "parts of" Dallas, Atlanta and Waco, Texas for lucky AT&T customers.
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.
5G mobile networks are drawing near around the world, with Nokia able to secure a big equipment supply contract in Japan.
Customer satisfaction is at an all-time high for both T-Mobile and flagship prepaid sub-brand MetroPCS, according to the latest J.D. Power research.
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.
T-Mobile has big plans outside of the wireless industry, even after its Sprint merger attempt failed, planning to release its very own TV service in 2018.
Have you tried turning it off and on again? That's pretty much everything AT&T had to say to customers affected by a nationwide wireless service outage.
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.
Verizon's recently beefed-up prepaid plans are now also cheaper with family accounts. That includes unlimited discounts for lines 2 through 5.