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T-Mobile CEO John Legere has been relentless in his quest to displace Sprint as America’s third-place wireless carrier. The boys in magenta were able to add 2.1 million customers during Q4 and a total of 8.3 for calendar year 2014. T-Mobile’s Un-carrier initiatives have taken the wind out of its competitors’ sails, with Sprint being the biggest loser. However, Sprint isn’t just gonna roll over and let Legere pelt it with insults on a regular basis; the company is fighting back with a new data plan aimed at retaining its current customers and drawing in new ones. Sprint is introducing a $90, 12GB... Read more...
T-Mobile seems to be leading the way — among America’s four largest wireless carriers — with bargain basement pricing and innovative “Un-carrier” infinitives that have been raising eyebrows among its competition. T-Mobile may have an advantage when it comes to pricing and features like Data Stash, but its nationwide coverage doesn’t come close to matching the reach of larger carriers like AT&T and Verizon Wireless. So when the America’s largest wireless carrier, Verizon Wireless, starts cutting prices, we really start to take notice. Starting tomorrow, the wireless carrier will begin cutting... Read more...
Recently, Sprint went on the offensive with its data plan by offering families 1GB of shared data for $20 per month and introducing a double data plan that offers 20GB for $100. In response, Verizon and AT&T have fired back with their own updated data plans to entice consumers over to their services. On Friday, Verizon announced a price reduction for its $100  and $110 per month plans. Effective November 1, new and existing customers who go with the company’s new "More Everything" plan will receive 10GB for $80 and 15GB for $100. In addition, Verizon is also offering a $150 port-in credit... Read more...
Those of you who are Verizon 3G customers feasting on an unlimited data plan, enjoy your time at the all-you-can-consume data buffet while you still can because the end is nigh. According to reports, Verizon plans to eradicate the $30 per month unlimited plan that some customers signed up for before Big Red rolled out its tiered price plans last year, and all those people who are currently grandfathered in will be pushed off. "Everyone will be on data share," Verizon CFO Fran Shammo said during a telecom conference, according to FierceWireless. Shammo was referencing Verizon's upcoming shared data... Read more...