04/12/2013, T-Mobile made some serious moves in the past few weeks with their contract-less “UnCarrier” plans, and other U.S. carriers have taken notice, like Verizon whose CEO admitted the company was considering a similar idea, but are waiting to see how it first works out for T-Mobile. It looks like Verizon may be dipping their toes into the no-contract-plans water as today they’re announcing some new prepaid plans. Verizon’s new prepaid […]
02/01/2013, Good news for Verizon customers. If you’re looking for a cheaper prepaid plan, today’s your day because the carrier is announcing a new set of prepaid plans for those on a tight budget. “When it comes time to think about the important task of keeping in touch with friends and family, taking time to investigate wallet-friendly options can mean a few extra dollars for weekend fun or paying down those […]
12/19/2012, The world of prepaid carriers is a cutthroat one as the majority of the big carriers have their own prepaid services offering a number of benefits such as unlimited talk and data without the need to being tied down to a contract. Sprint-owned Boost Mobile has such a service, but starting near Jan. 20th, it will begin data throttling its customers. The company took to its Facebook profile earlier today […]
04/30/2012, Verizon will be launching its new and exciting prepaid wireless plan tomorrow. The said plan will offer unlimited talk and text messaging including 1 GB of data, all for $80 per month, which is not cheap. But to get this exciting plan, you will have to buy a new phone as well. Unfortunately, the only phone being offered right now that will have the plan will be the Samsung Illusion, […]
10/05/2011, Thanks to a leaked screenshot discovered by TmoNews, we now know that T-Mobile has plans to launch a pay-per-day prepaid plan, which is expected to be launched on the 16th of October. These plans look like pretty affordable, especially if you’re a little tight on cash that particular month.
09/14/2011, Virgin Mobile users, it looks like the Motorola Titanium will not be the first Android Gingerbread handset to arrive on the carrier, but rather a relatively obscure handset called the JukeB. As the name implies, there’s some sort of music/audio theme surrounding the device, but as to what exactly makes it a music device still remains unknown.
09/13/2011, Prepaid plans tend to be more expensive in the long run when you consider the amount of usage with the money you have to pay per minute, and Verizon Wireless intends to help those who are on a tight budget and yet need unlimited data on a prepaid plan – hence announcing their $50 unlimited voice and data prepaid plan. This plan will definitely have Sprint and T-Mobile’s prepaid options […]
09/13/2011, According to a report from the WSJ – Verizon is set to take on the prepaid market with the introduction of a new plan sometime this week. As an alternative for consumers who don’t want to be tied down to a contract, the new prepaid plans are touted to be a competitive alternative to what’s being offered by other carriers. Well, how does $50/month for unlimited talk, text and web […]
11/09/2010, We already know that the upcoming Motorola Citrus will be available for $30 if you’re willing to agree to a two-year contract, but there’s still hope for folks who are contract-shy and looking to pick up this phone. The Motorola Citrus has been pictured as being offered as a prepaid option from Walmart. The picture shows the Citrus going for $179, including 10 minutes of airtime. Would you be willing […]
10/21/2010, AT&T has announced the addition of pay-as-you-go data plans for its international data today, updating its DataConnect Pass options for laptops and netbooks. Packages include $25/20MB, $60/50MB, $120/100MB and $200/200MB deals. It’s still relatively expensive, but still cheaper than paying for each individual instance of usage. Plans can be scheduled to start at a certain date for folks who already have sorted out their travel plans. In order to not […]
10/20/2010, T-Mobile has already introduced its prepaid Jet data packages, hoping to fulfill the needs of users who are looking for a prepaid mobile broadband offering. The 3G USB modem is capable of data speeds of up to 7.2Mbps and will support both Windows and Mac systems. The service is set to go live tomorrow, and if you can’t wait to get hold of it, you’ll have to make do with […]
10/13/2010, Prepaid users will be happy to know that T-Mobile USA will be bundling data options to some of its more popular prepaid offerings for those who do not want to sign a lengthy contract or may not need data access every month. There are several plans for prepaid data that users can choose from, ranging from a paltry 100 MB to a full 2 GB–which, by the way, is the […]
10/13/2010, You might already have caught wind that T-Mobile was planning some changes for its prepaid mobile offerings and now some documents have surfaced, giving us a little idea of what to expect. One of the changes includes bumping the lowest price refill option to $30, which is up from the original $25 refill card. The changes are expected to arrive on Wednesday, October 20th, and you can check out the […]
10/05/2010, Walls have had ears for a long time now, and the latest news on the grapevine would be having T-Mobile’s prepaid data plans leak out. Check out this employee training sheet that details the upcoming Passes plans, where you will notice that every single one of T-Mobile’s mobile broadband products are eligible. The plans themselves aren’t exactly up to snuff though, where $10 nets you 100MB of data or a […]