US Mobile Adds Verizon – And Unlimited Data Plans With Hotspot

Today, US Mobile added both Verizon and unlimited plans to their cellular plan line ups. US Mobile is a newer (founded early 2015), prepaid MVNO company who previously ran only on the T-Mobile network – although they have advertised that Verizon coverage would be in the works. And now, Verizon is here. And so are some […]

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Cricket Wireless Adjusts Plans – 8GB for $50/mo | 12GB for $60/mo

(11/14/17) UPDATE: Cricket has terminated their 8GB and 12GB data bucket plans. They now offer a 2GB, 5GB, and two unlimited type plans. (1/25/17) – Data Plan Allotment Increases: AT&T’s Cricket Wireless just announced that beginning January 27, 2017, it will be increasing the amount of high speed data included on its $60 plan. The […]

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FreedomPop Now Offering AT&T Based Data Options

FreedomPop, an MVNO known for reselling Sprint based cellular plans, has added an AT&T based LTE data option to their line up. FreedomPop has been a long time player in the reseller market, most known for their free phone plans that usually include 200 minutes, 500 texts and 500mb of data a month, with add-ons available. […]

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MetroPCS Offering 8GB LTE Data for $50 for Limited Time

For a limited time, T-Mobile’s wholly owned subsidiary branch, MetroPCS, is promoting 8 GB of 4G LTE data for $50. MetroPCS’ typical offer includes 5 GB for $50; however customers who activate a line during this 8 GB promotional period will remain ‘grandfathered’ at 8 GB for as long as their account remains active and in […]

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PCs for People Offering $10/Month Unlimited LTE Data for Low Income Households

Update: Another similar non-profit Sprint based unlimited plan has also appeared from 4GCommunity, that is open to all with no qualifications. Cost is $250 for the first year (includes a mobile hotspot device) and $168/year afterwards. We have started a new Product Listing page for these types of Sprint unlimited non-profit plans that will track […]

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TPO Mobile Offers Unlimited Data Plan on Sprint Network

TPO Mobile, also known as The People’s Operator, is a reseller that originally started in the UK in 2012 and launched service in the US in 2015. TPO Mobile began offering their service over the Sprint network, but have since added T-Mobile to their coverage. There are some caveats to TPO Mobile’s Infinity plan: The […]

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Sprint MVNO FreedomPop Offering Limited Time Only ‘4x the Data’ Deals

We’ve been alerted that Sprint MVNO, FreedomPop, is offering various ‘4x the data’ deals for a limited time with the purchase of specific mobile hotspots or mobile devices. The type of device available and upfront device price of each deal appears to depend on where you access the deal from. Background: FreedomPop has been a long […]

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Is Karma Kaput? Does New 50GB Plan Hide Trouble Behind The Scenes?

The unique Sprint-powered MVNO Karma has had an awful year. Karma made headlines late last year when it announced an unlimited data plan called ‘Neverstop’ for $50/month. Though speeds were capped at a modest 5Mbps, this plan generated a huge amount of interest from those desperate for a truly unlimited cellular data plan. It only took […]

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Google’s Project Fi Adds High-Speed International Data

Google today announced a major improvement to its Project Fi cellular service: In addition to combining the domestic coverage maps of T-Mobile, Sprint, and US Cellular – Project Fi now supports high-speed international roaming in 135 countries too – including high speed data in Canada and Mexico! Project Fi already had support for international data roaming – but speeds […]

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Karma Launches ‘Premium’ Add-On Service

Karma, the Sprint reseller with their own proprietary mobile hotspot and some unique data plans, just sent out notification to their customers that they have a new add-on service they are calling ‘Premium’. The service can be added to either of their Pulse or Refuel data plans. The Premium service adds the following features: Ability to […]

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Google Adds U.S. Cellular to Project Fi Coverage Map

Google’s Project Fi cellular service is a unique in that it actually uses multiple cellular networks behind the scenes – automatically picking the best partner wherever you happen to be. When Google announced Project Fi in April 2015, the initial two partner networks were Sprint and T-Mobile – giving Google access to the combined coverage maps […]

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AT&T Reseller Harbor Mobile Gives Customers 2-Day Notice of Cancellation

Harbor Mobile, a reseller of AT&T business plans that came on our radar earlier this year, sent out a message to their customers today telling them the will no longer be able to provide the service. Harbor Mobile offered very affordable smartphone and data only plans that were a fraction of the cost of going direct with AT&T. Options for […]

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Tello – A New Sprint MVNO With Configurable Plans

This week a new Sprint reseller, Tello, is launching – and they have a unique way to choose your prepaid cellular plan. All plans are smartphone plans – you can bring your own compatible unlocked device, or you can purchase a device from Tello. You then can chose how many minutes, texts and GBs of […]

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Millenicom is Back – With New T-Mobile Powered Plans

Once a favorite connectivity option with RVers, Millenicom vanished from the scene in late 2014 when Verizon abruptly cut off Millenicom’s ability to offer Verizon-powered hotspot plans – leading to a very rocky period of transition for those who were caught by the surprise service shutdown. Millenicom’s web page was replaced with cryptic research notes about the company […]

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