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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[Updated] Verizon Update: Three Way Assault Underway on Unlimited Data Plans

September 19, 2016 ALERT: Customers using their unlimited data plan in a T1114 home router have begun receiving disconnect letters from Verizon if they don’t switch to a ‘compatible plan’.  This appears to be happening even to folks in contract. We are monitoring this closely, and deep in research to learn more. We do not yet know how this […]

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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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AT&T Offering Unlimited Shareable Data to Connected Cars

AT&T has long allowed you to add a compatible “connected car” to a Mobile Share data plan for $10/mo, allowing your car’s integrated navigation and entertainment systems to tap into your monthly data plan. And for cars with built-in or add-on Wi-Fi hotspots – this also meant that your passengers could surf away the miles […]

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New Cricket Unlimited Data Plan on the AT&T Network

Cricket Wireless is AT&T’s prepaid brand that has offered some attractive smartphone plans in the past. Today they announced that on Sunday they will have a new unlimited data plan available. The plan will cost $70/month (or $65/month with autopay), and includes unlimited on device data capped at 8 mbps speed when on LTE and […]

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Premium STARZ TV Service Launches Stand-Alone App with Download Ability

  In the past year, we’ve seen a trend of premium TV stations launching stand-alone apps that customers can subscribe to without being a cable, satellite or DSL customer. HBO launched HBONow last spring (just in time for Game of Thrones), followed by Showtime. This is wonderful for cord cutters who aren’t subscribing to content packages […]

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Yes, 5G Cellular Technology Is Coming!

The mainstream press has been abuzz this week with news stories about fifth generation (5G) cellular “coming soon”, thanks in large part to an AT&T announcement that it will begin testing 5G technologies in Austin later this year. For some reason the AT&T story went viral and we have been getting a ton of questions about it, though […]

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Unlimitedville.com Offers T-Mobile Unlimited Data Plan

Unlimitedville is a small company out of Tennessee that has been providing cellular services to folks in rural areas who can’t get cable or DSL services. They’ve just recently become aware of the RVing market, and that our needs are similar. Last November, they launched a Sprint Unlimited data plan for $42.99/month that we covered. […]

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Verizon Confirms It Will Not Be Re-Introducing Unlimited Data Plans

Earlier this month AT&T announced it is bringing back unlimited smartphone data plans as an option for DirecTV subscribers. AT&T joins T-Mobile and Sprint in now officially offering an unlimited data plan option obtainable by new customers. Ever since, we’ve heard from several RVers hoping that Verizon would react by following suit and joining its competitors. After Verizon’s 4th Quarter earnings call […]

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Karma Neverstop Decides to Keep Speed, But Cap Usage

A couple weeks ago, Karma shocked their customers with an e=mail asking them to provide feedback on what was important to them. After seeing mega high usage on their Neverstop unlimited data plan for $50/month, they had to find a way to reduce usage. Since then they have been experimenting with different speed caps than […]

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