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The Wires Are Unraveling for Verizon's Landline Buyer

It was less than 18 months ago that the telecom company Frontier Communications acquired Verizon’s wired voice and data operations in Texas, Florida, and California. 314 more words


Virgin Mobile Transitioning To iPhone-Only, Offers Year Of Unlimited Data For $1

It seems like the four major wireless providers are changing their plans daily to undercut each other and steal customers, but one prepaid wireless company is basically trying to out-promo everyone else by paring down to just one phone and offering a year of data for just(ish) $1. 331 more words

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The Latest open metropcs in the country

We did a research online and in person we visited several cell phone stores across the nation. We realized that among the latest ones open was a MetroPCS Authorized dealer in the city on Rancho Cucamonga, California. 158 more words

AT&T Offers Unlimited Data for your Chevy

Chevrolet owners with an in-vehicle OnStar® 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot* will now be able to stream more videos, send more emails, and play more online games (when they’re not driving, of course) thanks to a new $20/month** unlimited prepaid data plan.  1,205 more words


Hotspot upgrades!!! - T-Mobile

I’m a very satisfied customer of T-Mobile. I have been with other major companies and found my home with T-Mobile to be my favorite. They have helped me when I was in a jam. 377 more words

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AT&T Users Have No Way To Know How Much Data They're Tethering, Despite 10GB Cap

When AT&T resurrected unlimited data plans, it also introduced a feature it had shunned the first time around: letting subscribers use their phone as a mobile hotspot (AKA “tethering”), but only up to 10 GB per month. 413 more words

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Verizon's new $80 unlimited prepaid plan isn't exactly unlimited

”Verizon on Tuesday announced a new unlimited plan, this time targeting customers who’re more interested in prepaid offers rather than contracts,” Chris Smith writes for BGR. 121 more words