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Sprint

Are Sprint data plans really unlimited? Yes, says Sprint.

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Yesterday, Sprint CEO Dan Hesse made comments that suggested that the company throttles the top 1% of its customers who use the most mobile data. That was in direct contradiction to the massive ad campaign that…

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AT&T

AT&T will lower speeds of excessive users beginning Oct. 1

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Were you one of the faithful AT&T customers happy to be grandfathered into an unlimited data plans? If so, it might be time to wipe that smile off your face because AT&T is set to put the brakes on your acco…

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Sprint

Is Sprint’s Simply Unlimited plan working? Numbers say yes.

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Sprint reported it’s Q1 2011 earnings today, and the Kansas City-based carrier revealed some respectable numbers, thanks in part to its Android phones. Sprint reported that it had a net gain of postpai…

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Verizon

Verizon will lower download speeds for new “extraordinary” data users, compress content

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Mobile phone providers advertise “unlimited” data usage, but they often punish users who test the invisible boundaries those plans include. Verizon is the latest carrier to use such a strategy…

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Sprint

Sprint: We’re not doing tiered data…yet

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And the drum of inevitability continues to beat-on. Though Sprint has made it clear that it has no plans to offer tiered data plans, CEO Dan Hesse said that the carrier is “watching very closely” an…

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Carriers

Verizon WILL introduce tiered data. Here’s why it does and does not make sense.

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Verizon has been hinting for months that it would switch to tiered data plans, most likely to come when the carrier introduced LTE next year. But rumors are circulating that they could introduce data plans as ea…

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Android App Reviews

3G Watchdog monitors usage for people suffering through tiered data plans [App Reviews]

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Cellular providers are on a path of ending unlimited data plans. AT&T has already done it, O2 is right behind them, and Verizon has signaled it will do the same soon. As companies return to the metered data ap…

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Carriers

O2 says goodbye to unlimited data plans

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O2 has joined the budding movement of carriers doing away with unlimited data plans. Today the company announced new tariff options that will introduced tiered-data options for all new customers. New tariff…

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Vodafone set to introduce ridiculous new data pricing next month

Carriers

Vodafone set to introduce ridiculous new data pricing next month

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Now might be a good time to double check your contract. Vodafone UK has revealed plans to charge customers who use higher than “normal” data. Beginning June 1, 2010, Vodafone will introduce ̶…

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T-Mobile $50 unlimited voice plan goes live in San Fransisco

Carriers

T-Mobile $50 unlimited voice plan goes live in San Fransisco

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It looks like the unlimited calling plan has gone live with T-Mobile, of course as of now the plan does have some limits — notably with who is able to take advantage of it. Currently, and as last weeks report…

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T-Mobile begins testing $50 unlimited voice plan

Carriers

T-Mobile begins testing $50 unlimited voice plan

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Some good news may be coming for G1 owners, well actually T-Mobile users in general here in the US. T-Mobile has begun to test a new calling plan option — one that should be welcomed news for those long talke…

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