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Cheapest unlimited plan 2018

T-Mobile rebrands MetroPCS, launches two prepaid unlimited plans

September 24th, 2018

Five years after acquiring MetroPCS, T-Mobile has fully rebranded its prepaid brand towards a more premium marketplace. Metro by T-Mobile, as the company is now known, has announced two new unlimited — but still prepaid — data plans, and has also upped the data limits on some of its existing offerings. The two new plans …

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AT&T has a fantastic $30-a-month, totally unlimited data plan – but you need an Airstream to buy it

September 20th, 2018

While all four major carriers all offer “unlimited” data plans these days, every one of them comes with more strings attached than something called “unlimited” should reasonably have. They’re all subject to deprioritization — basically non-guaranteed throttling — under certain circumstances, and limitations on video quality and hotspot data mean that using them for anything …

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Verizon’s new unlimited data plan is the most expensive yet

June 14th, 2018

Over the last two years, all four major wireless carriers have introduced unlimited data plans that have proved unsurprisingly popular. But despite the name, none of the plans are actually unlimited: there’s a “deprioritization threshold” that’s essentially a soft cap on data, limits on the quality of the video you can stream, and conditions on …

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Verizon’s secret new unlimited plan is so good you need an invite

May 11th, 2018

Thanks to competitive pressure from T-Mobile (pre-merger T-Mobile, that is), all four major carriers in the US now have unlimited plans. Sure, they’re expensive and come with a bunch of caveats — like the fact that they’re not truly unlimited! — but customers love them very dearly. Still, Verizon’s flagship unlimited plan is $85 for …

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AT&T is killing its iPhone X BOGO deal, unless you live in LA

February 27th, 2018

Earlier today, AT&T sent out a press release announcing a series of regional offers — free DirecTV Now for NYC residents, free home internet for Chicago customers, and the same iPhone X buy-one-get-one it’s been offering nationwide to customers in LA. Buried at the bottom of the release was something far more significant, changes to …

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Everyone loves their unlimited data plans

January 22nd, 2018

Something unexpected happened last year: all the big carriers started offering unlimited data plans again, after unceremoniously dumping them three years ago. In response to T-Mobile’s One plan, Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint all introduced or improved their unlimited data offerings. As it currently stands, $60-$80 will get you an “unlimited” plan with any of the …

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Sprint customers are about to get a very unpleasant bill hike

January 10th, 2018

Existing Sprint customers who signed up under two long-running deals are about to get a very unpleasant new years’ price increase. The “Unlimited freedom” and “50% off” deals, which have been running for two years, are ending this month, which means that some bills will go up by as much as 90%. “Customers on Unlimited …

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Throttling streaming video is a cost-cutting move for Verizon

September 18th, 2017

Verizon recently pulled an unpopular U-turn over streaming video, introducing new restrictions to its unlimited plans that limit streaming video to 480p standard definition. Analysts pointed the finger at reports of congestion on Verizon’s network, with the working assumption being that Verzion introduced video throttling to keep its network running with no problems. But the …