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Yesterday, Verizon announced its return to unlimited 4G LTE data plans with Verizon Unlimited. At a cost of $80 per month, Verizon Unlimited provides unlimited data, text and talk (even to Mexico and Canada) along with 10GB of Mobile Hotspot. However, T-Mobile CEO John Legere just can’t sit back and let Verizon hog all the spotlight when it comes to wireless plans. This is especially true considering that America’s No. 1 wireless carrier subtly knocked T-Mobile ONE’s inclusions of “only” 480p video streaming. To counter the Verizon Unlimited threat, T-Mobile ONE has been upgraded from 480p to HD streaming video, and 10GB of mobile Hotspot functionality is included (matching Verizon Unlimited... Read more...
T-Mobile earlier this month dealt what it hoped would be a major blow to Verizon and AT&T, the two top dogs in wireless, by eliminating data plans altogether and introducing T-Mobile One, an unlimited everything plan for one low monthly price. It generated a lot of buzz, and now T-Mobile is amping things up with faster mobile hotspot data and a One Plus, a premium connectivity add-on. To start with, T-Mobile is quadrupling the speed for mobile hotspot data on its One plan to 3G, which effectively bumps up the transfer rate from 128kbps to 512kbps. It's still unlimited, so you don't need to keep track of how much data you're consuming, it's just no longer dog slow, it's only regular slow (by... Read more...
Verizon Wireless and AT&T may have revamped their data plans during the past month and dropped overage fees, but that’s small potatoes to third-place wireless carrier T-Mobile. The boys and gals in magenta killed overage fees long ago, and today CEO John Legere is looking to stab a stake through the heart of the two companies that he often vilifies. Legere today unveiled T-Mobile ONE, which gives customers unlimited everything for one low monthly price — unlimited data, talk, text, and standard definition video are included. “Best of all, our customers will never have to track, monitor or police their data usage ever again,” explains T-Mobile. “They’ll never even have to say ‘data’ again.”... Read more...