Three UK has announced that their data prices will not increase after their LTE launches. In fact, their prices won’t be changing at all.
EE has added a 20GB data plan to its roster for its power users to take advantage of. Pricing starts at £46 a month.
The rumors regarding the new prepaid brand of T-Mobile were true after all, as the company has confirmed that it is testing its new prepaid service which it calls GoSmart Mobile.
The wireless carrier battle is not heating up just in the States, with the three major Canadian telecommunications service providers being ever so close one to another.
With Sprint looking to merge with Softbank and Clearwire, it might not be too long until we see the US carriers’ rankings really shaken up. Add that to the looming “T-Metro” deal, and Verizon and AT&T, the current leaders by number of subscribers, truly have something to be afraid of.
Verizon’s CFO, Fran Shammo, claims that unlimited data “is going by the wayside” as he discusses Verizon’s new Share Everything plans.
As our data demands grow, the carriers are moving the goalposts once again. The new shared data plans from AT&T and Verizon want to meter your data usage. A lot of people are wondering why there’s no data-only plan available on the market. Well, you can rest assured that it’s coming soon, but will it be affordable? Not if the major carriers have a say.
Can you still get unlimited data? Despite AT&T and Verizon introducing metered data plans where families share a bucket of data, Sprint is offering a simple unlimited everything plan with as much data as you can eat. The company’s latest ad pokes fun at the competition.
Last month, AT&T revealed the first details about its upcoming shared data plans, stating that the new pricing scheme will come into effect by the end of August. Now the carrier has announced that the Mobile Share plans will become available to customers starting August 23. AT&T’s Mobile Share plans (just like Verizon’s similar Share Everything offer) will allow customers to use one pool of minutes, text, and data on up to 10 devices, of which one must be a smartphone. One important difference between the shared plans of America’s two largest carriers is the fact that AT&T won’t force…
We knew for a while that AT&T would eventually follow Verizon’s example and move to a shared data model for its plans but we now have the official details. Today, the carrier announced that starting this fall, customers will be able to choose new Mobile Share data plans that come with unlimited talk and text and a common pool of data that can be shared between up to 10 devices. AT&T’s new scheme is quite similar to Verizon’s Share Everything plan – both plans have tiers for data, with the price per gigabyte being higher for the lower tiers. In…