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U.S. Wi-Fi use drops as carriers embrace unlimited mobile data plans

”U.S. mobile phone users are slowly reducing their reliance on Wi-Fi as carriers continue to ramp up their unlimited data offerings,” Paul Sawers reports for VentureBeat. 131 more words

News

What 'Unlimited' Data Is And Isn't

With so many options out there about speeds and unlimited data plans it is kind of difficult for consumers to understand what all this means.  Usually there are two types of plans or ways that customers can get online with their providers, one is having unlimited data and the other is having data caps.  192 more words

Bandwidth

Googles Project Fi now caps data bills at $60

Google’s Project Fi cell service never played the “unlimited data” game that most carriers in the U.S. like to play( and which is never truly unlimited ). 434 more words

Viral

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

Mobile

Google's Project Fi now caps data bills at $60

Google’s Project Fi cell service never played the “unlimited data” game that most carriers in the U.S. like to play (and which is never truly unlimited). 422 more words

TC

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

Mobile

With Competition with Jio, Airtel Offers "Unlimited Calls + Data " in Rs 199/mo.


Fulfilling the demand of heavy-data subscribers and taking on competitors like Reliance Jio and Vodafone, Bharti Airtel has now launched a new prepaid tariff that is priced at Rs. 337 more words