AT&T Prepaid Customers Can Now Enjoy Sponsored Data Too

Are you an AT&T direct prepaid customer? Considering becoming one? Yesterday, AT&T added ‘sponsored data’ to their prepaid plans. Previously this perk was reserved only for AT&T postpaid plan customers. The Verge posted a news story, with a screenshot of the text message AT&T prepaid customers received yesterday announcing this change. Reportedly, even those using […]

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Verizon Offers To Disable Video Throttling – For $10/mo

UPDATE: Verizon’s “Premium Streaming” Tested We can confirm that Verizon is indeed now allowing customers to opt-in to “Premium Streaming” for an additional $10/mo – but it is not at all as simple or straightforward as one might hope. Particularly if you want to watch Ultra-HD video on a big screen via a tethered laptop […]

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AT&T Adds Free HBO Access to Unlimited Plans

UPDATE (9/12/17): AT&T’s has now extended their offer of free HBO service to those who are on the Unlimited Choice plan rather than only those who are on the Unlimited Plus Plan. This offer begins September 15th. All AT&T Unlimited Plus and AT&T Unlimited Choice customers will now get a $25 monthly video credit on […]

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Amazon Challenges Netflix with $8.99/mo Prime Video

For many, the core feature of Amazon’s $99/year Amazon Prime program has always been the free two-day shipping – which many RVers have learned to take advantage of for fast reliable shipping to just about anywhere. We even use it to buy groceries and cat food! But over the years Amazon has added other perks to […]

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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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YouTube Joins T-Mobile’s Binge On

Last November, T-Mobile launched Binge On – a way for consumers to watch video streaming services over cellular while using much less data. Additionally, all T-Mobile postpaid plans with at least 3GB of high speed data include FREE video streaming of partner services when using Binge On – without using up your monthly high speed data […]

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