Does your cell phone’s data speed seem slower than it used to despite your carrier’s claim that its 4G is getting faster? …
A veteran tech entrepreneur says that he’s about to deliver uncompromised bandwidth to every phone.
It’s 2014 and wireless carriers are changing all their plans. This used to be a lot simpler.
T-Mobile’s offer of up to $650 for defectors still stands.
Here’s the best part: Depending on your wireless carrier and current plan, you may be able to use your phone’s mobile hotspot feature at no extra charge.
AT&T announced yesterday that it will waive fees associated with early termination for its existing customers’ contracts, but there’s a big catch.
This study looked at the monthly bills of 1,876 U.S. mobile subscribers in the fourth quarter of 2013.
T-Mobile today announced that it would pay up to $650 per line to get customers to switch away from competitors such as Verizon, Sprint and AT&T.
Verizon aims for the budget crowd with a $250 4G LTE tablet.
Single-day passes will cost $5 for 250 MB.
T-Mobile’s new pricing is absolutely unreal once you take a look at what its competitors charge – one international trip could literally lead to a $1,000 phone bill.