Virgin Mobile has released a new smartphone plan that costs only $20 per month and comes with no data.
As contract plans get more and more expensive, more and more people are looking into the prepaid market. Whether it’s prepaid monthly plans or pay-per-minute plans, people around the country are looking for cheaper ways to get great cell service.
The Motorola DVX, a low-cost version of the Moto X, has passed through the FCC. UK website put the cost of the phone to around $200US off contract.
Ting has released a new post paid plan where people only pay for what they use. Is it the best idea ever or a flop? We take a closer look in this comparison
We wanted a way out of our two-year contracts early, without paying an early termination fee. Each carrier has done that for us, although the ETF is really just parsed out differently. Be it making sure your device is half paid for like Verizon asks, or a monthly fee for the option to leave, you’re still paying for that ETF in some way.
With yesterday’s $1.19 billion Cricket buy, AT&T hopes to both expand its prepaid programs and augment its 4G LTE footprint.
Finding the plan can be tricky, as T-Mobile doesn’t make it immediately noticeable. To find it, you’ll need to visit T-Mobile’s prepaid site, which is also not easy to locate from their main site. Want to get it? We show you how!
In what is nothing short of a victory for us carrier commitment-phobes, AT&T is rumored to be pushing out cheaper prepaid plans under its “All in One Brand”, starting at just $50 for smartphone users. Read on to learn more!
TmoNews reports that T-Mobile is getting rid of its postpaid plans at Target starting on April 7. Its prepaid plans will continue to be offered at Target though. Is this a wise move?
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