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Best cheap unlimited plan: Unreal Mobile

This new $15-a-month ‘unlimited’ plan is probably too good to be true

May 23rd, 2018

In the world of wireless, “unlimited” has been abused and misaligned until it basically means “any data plan that doesn’t charge you extra when you hit your cap.” So while I’m provisionally excited about a new MVNO called Unreal Mobile that’s bragging about a $15-per-month unlimited plan, I won’t be signing up until I see …

AT&T Unlimited Plan hotspot details

AT&T’s new ‘unlimited’ plan sucks

February 17th, 2017

As of this morning, all four major wireless carriers offer data plans described as “unlimited” to all their customers. But while I’m reluctantly willing to describe the Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint plans as unlimited (despite some restrictions), AT&T’s plan could better be described as a “22GB data plan but you can’t actually use that data …

AT&T to soon begin revoking unlimited data from jailbreak hotspot users

August 4th, 2011

AT&T confirmed to BGR that it will soon begin revoking unlimited data plans from jailbroken iPhone users and other smartphone users who utilize unauthorized tethering and mobile hotspot solutions. Following reports from earlier this year, AT&T on Thursday confirmed that it will remove grandfathered unlimited data plans from accounts belonging to users who tether or use …

T-Mobile cancels unlimited Even More Plus plan

April 13th, 2011

T-Mobile giveth, and T-Mobile taketh away. News coming down from T-Mobile enthusiast blog TmoNews suggests that the apple of AT&T’s eye has decided to cancel its “Even More Plus” plan, which never even got off the ground. T-Mobile intended to launch two promotional unlimited plans this week — Even More and Even More Plus — …

AT&T drops unlimited SMS requirement for messaging phones

April 11th, 2011

AT&T has dropped its requirement that all customers purchasing “quick messaging devices” — or QMDs for short –  subscribe to an unlimited texting plan. According to Fierce Wireless, AT&T implemented the rule in January 2010 before quietly discontinuing it sometime in February of this year. The unlimited texting plan was priced at $20 per month, …