T-Mobile’s Simple Starter Plan Now With 4 Times High-Speed Data

News | August 26, 2014 5:13 PM | by Guile Canencia

It appears that the contest between T-Mobile and Sprint over plan pricing is not over yet. T-Mobile is now providing subscribers of its $40 Simple Starter plans four times the amount of high-speed data, plus a new promo targeted to those who only log low to average data usage on single lines.Beginning September 3rd, for an extra $5.00 per month, customers on Simple Starter plans can now enjoy...

T-Mobile Counters Sprint’s New Plan With Refer-A-Friend Promo

News | August 22, 2014 6:44 PM | by Guile Canencia

T-Mobile may have been edged by Sprint in terms of pricing for unlimited data when the latter introduced its $60 Unlimited Plan days ago. But now, the Uncarrier is introducing a new plan that it claims will prevent Sprint's...

Verizon Wireless Share Everything

Verizon Wireless Share Everything Plans

News | August 01, 2013 12:54 PM | by Jacqueline Bailey

Verizon Wireless had introduced its Share Everything plans a while ago, which meant unlimited talk, text, and shareable data. However, there is a new change in these data-filled plans that are beneficial to you, the customer.

The new aspect of Verizon's Share Everything plan is its removal of the 300MB...

Sprint Announces Sprint Unlimited Guarantee & New Plans

News | July 12, 2013 6:09 AM | by Dawn Van Dyke

While Sprint continues to be the only carrier to offer truly unlimited data plans, other carriers have been shaking things up and some have even eliminated unlimited options. Sprint customers may have feared it was only a matter...


How to save money on data and still browse freely on your phone

How To's | May 03, 2013 9:06 AM | by Nicole

Gone are the days of a five phone selection and limited service plans.  With today's large assortment of smartphones from every wireless carrier also comes a multitude of service plans and options, including "unlimited" and "shared" plans.  What's the Buzz on picking the best plan today? People are asking: "How much data do I need?". 

Refreshing your Facebook feed, Google-ing local...