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38 articles

Verizon now lets you consume up to 60 minutes of unlimited data for a fee

Verizon unveils PopData, a bolt-on service that offers 30 minutes of uncapped data for $2 and 60 minutes for $3 without touching your data bucket.
by Jay DecenellaOctober 14, 201652

Verizon: ‘People don’t need unlimited plans’

Verizon CFO Fran Shammo spoke at an investor conference Thursday where he said that not providing unlimited plans is "more customer-friendly."
by John DyeSeptember 22, 2016111

Bored teenager hacks T-Mobile’s network for free unlimited data

Sure, T-Mobile offers unlimited data plans with caveats, but this high school student figured out a way to get uncapped 4G web service for free.
by John DyeSeptember 15, 201683

Best unlimited data plans in the US

Data is a precious commodity these days. In this article we will help you find the best unlimited data plans in the USA. We have put together a list of alternatives, so let's jump right ...
by Edgar CervantesJuly 5, 201643

T-Mobile offers unlimited high-speed data in Europe and free in-flight Wi-Fi to all

T-Mobile is kicking off summer with a pair of great offers: one hour of free in-flight Wi-Fi for everyone - including Verizon and AT&T customers - and unlimited high-speed data in ...
by Kris CarlonJune 23, 201614

New data storage solution can store the world’s data in your pocket. Forever

A new breakthrough in quartz crystal data storage has made it possible to store 360 TB of data on a single quartz disc for 14 billion years.
by Kris CarlonFebruary 17, 201619

AT&T reintroduces unlimited data plan, but with a catch

Starting January 12, all existing and new customers of DirecTV or U-Verse can switch to the new AT&T Unlimited Plan. The plan costs $100/month for the first device and just $180/month ...
by Kris CarlonJanuary 11, 201610

AT&T bumps its unlimited data throttling limit up to 22GB

AT&T has today increased its unlimited data limit from 5GB to 22GB before the carrier will throttle speeds.
by Robert TriggsSeptember 16, 20158

FTC fines TracFone $40 million for their misleading unlimited data claims

The FTC has come to a settlement with TracFone Wireless for throttling and cutting off consumers who purchased an unlimited data plan.
by William Neilson JrJanuary 28, 20154

AT&T touts their “future-proof” network yet still throttles some customers due to congestion

AT&T is so confident of their network that they have discussed their own effort to "future-proof against the coming influx of connected vehicles."
by William Neilson JrJanuary 8, 20158
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