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Study claims AT&T and Verizon are 'still feeling the pain of unlimited'

AT&T and Verizon both introduced Unlimited plans early in 2017, thanks to pressure from T-Mobile and Sprint. The move made sense to prevent a customer exodus, but crowdsourced data suggested that all that video streaming and intensive Instagramming had a negative effect on AT&T and Verizon’s network speeds. 399 more words


Google's Project Fi has a new unlimited data plan, but it's not as cheap as it seems

Google’s Project Fi has built a reputation for being the simplest mobile carrier out there. You pay $10 per gigabyte for the data that you use, with the only fixed monthly fee being a $20-per-month charge for unlimited calling and texting. 515 more words


Google's Fi Low-Cost Wireless Service Adds Unlimited Data. Here's How Much It Costs

Google added an unlimited data plan to its low-cost wireless service known as Google Fi, in a move aimed at matching the popular offers from rivals Sprint, AT&T and others. 438 more words


T-Mobile & Twentieth Century Fox Film Team For $4 'Maze Runner' Tix Promo

T-Mobile and Twentieth Century Fox Film announced a deal today that will make available to T-Mobile customers a $4 ticket to five of the biggest movies of the year: … 134 more words

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T-Mobile to Offer $4 Tickets to 20th Century Fox Movies Including 'Maze Runner: The Death Cure,' 'Deadpool 2'

T-Mobile is going back to the movies with 20th Century Fox.

The wireless carrier reached an exclusive deal with 20th Century Fox to offer $4 movie tickets and run other promotions for five of the studio’s 2018 releases: “Maze Runner: The Death Cure,” … 389 more words


Study shows T-Mobile customers use the most data of any network

T-Mobile has long said that it has the only network “built for unlimited.” That might be a bunch of marketing bluster — the jury is still out on which network is the “best” — but a new set of data from Strategy Analytics does show that network aside, T-Mobile’s customers do seem like the most likely to make the most of their data plan. 289 more words