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How far have we come since the Samsung Galaxy S3?

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Google Pixel 5: Everything we know right now

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The OnePlus 5/5T just got Android 10, which is a big deal (but it shouldn’t be)

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RIP LG G series: Waving goodbye to a true innovator

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The best prepaid plans and no contract plans in the US (May 2020)

Thinking of getting a new prepaid plan? Here is a look at the best prepaid plans you can get in the US market.
Ryan HainesMay 22, 2020852 shares
 

Best unlimited data plans in the US (May 2020)

Data is a precious commodity, so it's tempting to go unlimited. We've summarized the best unlimited data plans in the US.
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Here are the best Cricket Wireless plans

Cricket Wireless, the no-contract subsidiary of AT&T, has a number of plans on offer. Here are the best ones.
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Best Cricket phones (March 2020)

These are the very best Cricket phones from Cricket Wireless that you can get your hands on right now.
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Best prepaid phones (December 2019)

We take a look at some of the best prepaid smartphones you can buy for the US market.
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Deal: Get a Samsung Galaxy S9 for $275 if you switch to Cricket

Assuming you're not porting your number from AT&T, this deal is a no-brainer.
C. Scott BrownApril 19, 2019172 shares
 

Nokia 3.1 Plus review: A return to form for a beloved brand

Anyone on a budget should consider the Nokia 3.1 Plus thanks to its adept handling of smartphone basics.
Eric ZemanFebruary 4, 2019825 shares
 

Analysis: Nokia’s return to the US is a big deal

Launching two entry-level phones in the U.S. shows that the Nokia brand is alive and kicking.
Eric ZemanJanuary 25, 2019365 shares
 

Verizon, Cricket, and Rogers will start carrying Nokia phones again

Nokia phones are about to re-enter the U.S. and Canada thanks to fresh carrier deals with the likes of Verizon, Cricket, and Rogers.
Eric ZemanJanuary 25, 2019100 shares
 

Alcatel Onyx brings an 18:9 display, dual cameras, and facial recognition on the cheap

Cricket Wireless offers the phone for a penny under $120.
Williams PelegrinJanuary 25, 2019159 shares
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