AT&T Responds to Verizon & T-Mobile With Underwhelming Unlimited Plan Option

AT&T is the final member of the ‘big four’ nationwide cellular carriers to respond to Verizon’s surprise announcement of a reintroduction of unlimited data plans. Four days after Verizon announced it would start offering an unlimited data plan again, AT&T today announced it will also be doing the same. AT&T Chief Marketing Officer David Christopher had this […]

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Verizon Extends Grandfathered UDP Cancelation Deadline Until March 16th

In early January Verizon welcomed in the New Year by sending out thousands of letters to customers with out-of-contract grandfathered unlimited data plans – giving notice that they must change to a limited data plan by February 16th or face unilateral account cancelation. But then earlier this week Verizon brought back a new Unlimited Data Plan. […]

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T-Mobile Attempts to “One Up” Verizon – Matching 10GB Tethering and HD Video

Just hours after Verizon’s bombshell announcement about the return of unlimited data plans, T-Mobile CEO John Legere took to Twitter to attempt to “One Up” Verizon by making some tweaks to the T-Mobile One unlimited data plan. But rather than a dramatic one upping, he merely matched Verizon’s key features. With T-Mobile’s plans being cheaper than Verizon’s […]

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Verizon Brings Back Unlimited Data Plans – With Some Catches

Mobile Hotspot Policy Update (2/15/2017) There has been a lot of misinformation spreading about how standalone Mobile Hotspots (aka a Jetpack or MiFi) will be treated when added to a Verizon Unlimited plan, and we’ve actually witnessed official Verizon reps giving out (at least) three conflicting answers in the past few days: The hotspot runs at full […]

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AT&T Grandfathered Unlimited Smartphone Plans to Increase by $5/Month- Again.

Beginning in March, AT&T is raising the price of its grandfathered unlimited data plans (UDP) by $5 a month – again. An initial $5/month increase occurred back in February of 2016. AT&T has made no official announcement of this price hike as of this writing, but trustworthy outlets have reportedly confirmed the policy modification with AT&T representatives and customers […]

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Breaking News: Verizon Aggressively Moves to Cancel High Usage Unlimited Data Plans

UPDATE: January 10th, 2016 – Verizon’s Statement on Cancelations Some large mainstream sites have started to cover the story about Verizon moving to cancel many unlimited data plans, and a few of them were able to get an official statement from Verizon. Here is what Verizon spokesperson Kelly Crummey told Ars Technica: “Because our network is a shared […]

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2016 RV Mobile Internet Year in Review & Looking Forward Into 2017

2016 has been a good year for staying connected. It has never been easier to get online in more places than ever – but the number of options and the tradeoffs between them remains as overwhelming as always. Things may be getting faster, data more bountiful, and connectivity better overall – but the world of RV Mobile […]

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T-Mobile “Uncarrier-Next” Includes Taxes & Fees, Drops Simple Choice Tablet & Hotspot Options

T-Mobile today rolled out its next #uncarrier move during a big event held at the CES trade show in Las Vegas. Amidst the trademark trash talking of competitors, some major new initiatives designed to once again shake up the mobile industry were announced. In particular, T-Mobile is aiming to vastly simplify how cellular plans are priced […]

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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 Launches $20/mo Unlimited Data for Tablets

Copying the $20 unlimited tablet plan T-Mobile rolled out in August, Sprint on Friday rolled out a very similar unlimited tablet plan of its own. And just like on T-Mobile – the $20/mo tablet line pricing applies only if you also already have a voice line. If you only want a tablet plan (without a […]

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Calyx Institute Offering Unlimited & Unthrottled Sprint Service

Update: Since this article was written, more non-profit organizations have come up offering similar plans. There are some as low as $10/month for qualified low income households, and others at $14/month with no qualifications. We have set these type of plans up in the review center with further information we’re tracking, and are testing the 4G […]

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Verizon Crackdown on Unlimited Plans Continues: Lines Used In T1114 Routers Being Canceled

In July Verizon caused a mild panic by sending out letters to roughly 1,200 “excessive” heavy data users with out-of-contract unlimited data plans, telling them that their plans were being summarily canceled on August 31st. Verizon then moved against many gray-market providers of unauthorized rental unlimited plans, in many cases shutting down service without notice – leaving […]

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T-Mobile Revises T-Mobile One, Introduces Unlimited Tethering One+ Plan

T-Mobile went “all in” on offering Unlimited Data less than two weeks ago with the announcement of the T-Mobile One plan – but in the process generated heated criticism by eliminating any included high-speed tethering data. Today T-Mobile is responding to that criticism in a huge way, by announcing: “T-Mobile today proved once again why it’s […]

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Sprint Rolls Out “Unlimited Freedom” Plan, With Some Big Limits

Just hours after T-Mobile rolled out the new T-Mobile One plan this morning, Sprint responded by announcing a major new cellular plan of its own: Unlimited Freedom. The Sprint Unlimited Freedom plan is a price drop from Sprint’s current $75/mo unlimited smartphone plan, and undercuts T-Mobile’s new T-Mobile One plan in two substantial ways. Not only is […]

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Un-Carrier 12: T-Mobile Goes All-Unlimited, But Eliminates Included Tethering

UPDATE (8/29/2016): In response to customer criticism, T-Mobile has made some huge changes to the T-Mobile One plan less than two weeks after initially announcing them. Read our news story for the details: T-Mobile Revises T-Mobile One, Introduces Unlimited Tethering One+ Plan T-Mobile hosted a conference call early this morning to announce its latest #uncarrier […]

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