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T-Mobile Modifies Starter Plans as Price War Rages

T-Mobile on Monday added another option to its entry-level “Simple Starter” plan, offering two gigabytes of data as well as unlimited talk and text for $45 per month. 95 more words

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Breaking up is hard to do. Even if you were never officially together in the first place. Earlier today, T-Mobile announced a new promotion specifically targeting Sprint customers and in turn the Kansas-based carrier has announced a new plan for individual accounts and guess who it’s being directed towards? 880 more words

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Sprint announces new $60 unlimited service plan

Breaking up is hard to do. Even if you were never officially together in the first place. Earlier today, T-Mobile announced a new promotion specifically targeting Sprint customers and in turn the Kansas-based carrier has announced a new plan for individual accounts and guess who it’s being directed towards? 880 more words

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Sprint Announces $60 Unlimited Plan for Individuals in Latest Price Cut

Sprint on Thursday announced a new $60 unlimited plan in its latest bid to reverse a decline in its subscriber numbers.

To get the $60 rate, customers need to pay full retail price or bring their own Sprint-compatible devices. 302 more words

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T-Mobile offering Sprint, AT&T and Verizon castaways one year of free unlimited LTE data

After an unsuccessful union with Sprint, T-Mobile is going after its former suitor’s customers, as well as its other competitors’ subcribers in the wireless world. Today, the magenta-colored carrier announced an aggressive promotional campaign that offers a free year of LTE data to castaways from AT&T, Verizon and of course Sprint. 753 more words

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T-Mobile offering Sprint, AT&T and Verizon castaways one year of free unlimited LTE data

After an unsuccessful union with Sprint, T-Mobile is going after its former suitor’s customers, as well as its other competitors’ subcribers in the wireless world. Today, the magenta-colored carrier announced an aggressive promotional campaign that offers a free year of LTE data to castaways from AT&T, Verizon and of course Sprint. 753 more words

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