AT&T Brings Back Unlimited Tablet Plan for $29.99/month

(9/18/17): AT&T will be raising the price of non-auto pay Tablet Plans to $35/month starting October 2, 2017. Plans on auto-pay will continue to be $29.99. Last month, AT&T sent notifications to customers still enjoying their grandfathered in $29.99 iPad unlimited data plan that they would now be subject to network management after 22GB of […]

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Verizon Prepaid Increases Data, Decreases Prices

Verizon Prepaid is shaking up its prepaid offerings again – and that is mostly a good thing for prepaid data seekers. Here are two of the major changes that will be effective tomorrow: The $50 prepaid plan will be increased from 5GB to 7GB – yay! The 10GB plan will reflect a price decrease to $60/month […]

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Verizon Prepaid Offers Unlimited Data – With Many Caveats

Verizon Prepaid (Verizon’s direct prepaid division) has launched an unlimited data plan – with multiple limitations. This plan is similar to ordering pancakes at a restaurant and receiving a stack of dry, slightly burned, flavorless pancakes while your friend across the table receives a fluffy stack of chocolate chip pancakes spread with butter, drizzled with syrup, […]

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GoPhone Adds Unlimited Plan, Increases $40/Month plan to 6GB

GoPhone, AT&T’s prepaid subsidiary, has added an unlimited data offering to their line-up. A non-competitive unlimited data offering, that is. For $60/month ($65/month without auto pay), you get unlimited on device data (and calling and texting) at slow speeds – throttle cap is set at 3Mbps. In case that cap is not slow enough for […]

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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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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

We have and updated Product Listing page for these types of Sprint unlimited non-profit plans that will track any additional similar plans we discover: Non-Profit Sprint Unlimited Data Plans [/alert (Original Article 10/2016): Unlimited cellular data for only $10 a month? That’s crazy talk! Except it isn’t just crazy talk, it’s a real offer – for those […]

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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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Verizon Increases Waiting Period Before Prepaid Devices Can Be Used On Other Services

A recent update of the language on Verizon’s Device Unlocking Policy page indicates that new phones and devices purchased through Verizon Prepaid will need to be used on Verizon Prepaid services for at least one year.  Conversely, you could also add the amount specified on the back of a product’s packaging to device’s prepaid account in order to […]

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4G Antenna Shop Offers Unlimited Data Plan on AT&T’s Network Starting at $60/mo

  We’re always keeping an eye out for interesting cellular data plans that are a good fit for the needs of RVers. In particular, we have been on the lookout for a reasonable AT&T based offering since the sudden demise of Harbor Mobile a couple months ago. Earlier this week we had a reader contact us asking about a newer […]

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Verizon Prepaid Data Plans Get Always-On Data

Earlier this month nationwide cellular carrier Verizon re-tooled all of their postpaid plans. One of the popular new features is ‘Safety Mode’ which allows customers to choose what happens when they hit their data cap – be charged overages, or be throttled to slower speeds. Now Verizon is introducing a similar concept for their prepaid customers […]

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AT&T Prepaid goPhone Plans Get Extra Data

Good news for those utilizing or contemplating an AT&T prepaid phone plan via their goPhone brand. Starting on Friday, the carrier has announced they will be including a bit of extra data on these plans for the same price. The $45/month plan is going from 2GB to 3GB of high speed data. And the $60/month […]

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