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Verizon Is Cracking Down on Subscribers Using Too Much Mobile Data

Verizon Communications is kicking a tiny group of wireless subscribers off a discontinued unlimited data plan because they used too much data.

The carrier specified that fewer than 1% of its wireless customers remain on unlimited plans, which were discontinued for new customers in 2011. 280 more words


FCC To Phone Companies: Offer Free Robocall Blockers To Customers

Even though the Federal Communications Commission has repeatedly said that wireless and landline phone providers are allowed to offer robocall-blocking services to their customers, some carriers have… 760 more words

How AT&T Is Trying to Convince Wall Street Its Wireless Business Is Healthy

AT&T CFO John Stephens has a challenge for one of the most basic assumptions about the wireless business on Wall Street.

The simple assumption that most analysts use goes something like this: a monthly subscriber who gets billed regularly is better than a prepaid subscriber who has to pay up front every month. 647 more words


T-Mobile is giving free data and calls to customers in Brazil for the Olympics

Downside of going to Rio for the Olympics: you might get Zika. Plus side of going to Rio (at least if you’re a T-Mobile customer): free data for the duration of the games. 218 more words


It looks like T-Mobile will be the best place to buy a Galaxy Note 7

The Galaxy Note 7 is almost upon us, with preorders rumored to start immediately after the phone’s August 2nd announcement. While carriers are yet to reveal their Galaxy Note 7 pricing, obviously, a new rumor says that T-Mobile will have a hot offer on hand: A buy-one-get-one promotion for Samsung’s upcoming flagship phablet. 204 more words


T-Mobile Exempting 'Pokemon Go' Data on Network, Sparking Concerns About Access

(ABC News) — Starting tomorrow, playing the hit “Pokemon Go” game will not count against your data allowance if you’re a T-Mobile customer — leading some experts to worry that it may impact options for consumers. 413 more words


Let's Talk About: Pokèmon GO, T-mobile, and Net Neutrality

I don’t know if you’ve heard, but T-mobile has a promotion to have Pokemon Go not count against your data usage. At first glance, especially to a GO player, this is pretty awesome. 650 more words