Verizon has increased the value of their prepaid offerings, getting you upwards of 1.5GB of 4G LTE data for a reasonable price, up to 4.5GB for some of the best prices around today.
AT&T has just announced that the carrier is bringing back rollover data! Starting January 25th, all customers on the Mobile Share Value plan can rollover unused data from month-to-month.
As part of its Un-carrier initiative, T-Mobile will let users roll over unused data from month to month, for up to a year.
New T-Mobile unlimited everything 4G LTE Family plan. Share 10GB of data at LTE speeds, unlimited talk and text, but hurry, this deal is only available for a limited time.
Facebook users are met with the playing of videos.
This week, HDTVtest found that Netflix’s 4K streaming appears to be live and operational but only to those with compatible ultra high-definition TV’s. Will you be able to enjoy it?
In 2014, Sprint plans significant cost-reduction efforts that could drive $2 billion in savings. Sprint now seems to be implementing these cost-reduction strategies by cutting a significant chunk of their staff dedicated to repairing and refurbishing phones. A total of 55 slower-performing stores will be shut down across the country within the next few months.
Sprint absolutely has the tools in place to build one of the most powerful, if not the most powerful, LTE network in the country. Unfortunately, we have been waiting since 2008 to get this so-called powerful 4G network from Sprint and nothing has materialized.
Sprint seems to be confused about the direction in which people are using their cellphones. While mobile data traffic increased 81% in 2013, voice minutes have been in steady decline since 2008.
According to a recently published NPD survey, the average consumer uses about 6.6GB of data through their smartphone. What about you, how much data do you generally consume via your Android handset?