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Slowly but surely. This phrase sure does apply to the HTC One (M8) for Windows phone, at least in terms of the number of its carriers in the United States.When the HTC One (M8) for Windows was officially launched earlier this month, it was announced that the new HTC device was...
It is plain to see that T-Mobile is not done yet with its aggressive efforts to grab more customers, preferably away from its closest competitors.Just barely two weeks ago, the Uncarrier had expanded its Simple Choice plan, now allowing 10 lines of service for one plan. At first, the 7th to the 10th lines of service came with a monthly fee of $20.00 each, but now the wireless company has since...
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...
AT&T brand Cricket Wireless becomes the latest carrier to attempt to grab customers away from T-Mobile.Beginning Sunday, August 24, the prepaid wireless provider is waving a $100.00 bill credit for customers of T-Mobile and and MetroPCS who are currently considering switching to Cricket Wireless.Specifically, this $100 bill credit will be made available to all new customers who are jumping...
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...
In late July of this year, T-Mobile announced its Simple Choice Family Plan. Offered for a limited time only, the plan allowed subscribers to have four lines of service with unlimited calls, unlimited texting, and 2.5 gigabytes of high-speed data per line -- all for just a monthly charge of $100.00. The introduction of the plan was a timely effort by T-Mobile to counter similar family-friendly...
Fresh from overtaking AT&T, Verizon and Sprint as the number one wireless provider in the United States, T-Mobile is now revamping its pay-per-use prepaid service. In order to cater to the more budget-conscious users, T-Mobile will offer a flat rate in its Pay as You Go options beginning August 17. By charging a rate of $0.10 per minute for voice calls, T-Mobile is positioning its plan as...