If you’re a subscriber to one of Virgin Mobile USA’s Data Done Right plans, you’ll soon be able to use more data for less money per month.
Motorola’s newly-announced budget handset, the Moto E (2015), is now available on both Sprint Prepaid and Boost Mobile for only $99.
Virgin Mobile has just unveiled their new Data Done Right plans, offering 4G LTE shared data plans without signing a contract.
Two phones for under $50, are they any good? Review and shootout of the Boost Mobile LG Realm, Virgin Mobile HTC Desire 510 and the Motorola Moto G (2013) GPe.
Virgin Mobile has released a new smartphone plan that costs only $20 per month and comes with no data.
The HTC Desire 816 definitely leaves an impression on you after holding it, and now more of our fellow USA residents will be able to enjoy its benefits.
Sprint is soon to offer a $12-a-month plan that allows subscribers to connect ONLY to Facebook OR Twitter. For an additional $5, subscribers would get unlimited streaming of a music app of their choice.
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.
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.
It looks like Samsung’s Galaxy S3 isn’t dead just yet, as it’s hitting Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile in June. Excited to know more? Read on to find out?