PrepaYd Offering Unlimited 4G for $60
PrepaYd Wireless today announced the availability of several new plans, including a WiMax-based 4G data plan. PrePaYd now offers plans that cost $35, $40, $45, $50, and $60 per month. The entry-level $35 plan offers unlimited talk and text, while the $60 plan offers unlimited talk, text, messaging, and 4G data. PrepaYd sells devices and service that run on Sprint's EVDO 3G and WiMax 4G networks, including the HTC Arrive, LG Optimus S, and others.
More Carriers and Phone Makers Agree to Adopt Google's RCS-Based 'Android Messages' Service
Google today said more wireless network operators and handset manufacturers will use Android Messages, its RCS-based messaging service, as the default SMS/MMS tool on their phones. (Android Messages was previously known as Google Messenger.) Some of the features of RCS, which is a global standard, include group chat, high-resolution photo sharing, advanced calling features, and read receipts.
Boost and Virgin Mobile Selling LG Stylo 3 for $180
Sprint-owned Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile USA today both kicked off sales of the LG Stylo 3. The device, first announced late last year, features a 5.7-inch 720p display.
Paylo Offering $20 Unlimited Plans at Walmart Stores
Paylo, the low-cost provider run by Virgin Mobile USA, today announced a pair of unlimited plans that cost $20 per month. The plans are meant for basic phones, not smartphones.
Verizon Changes Up Prepaid Plans
Verizon Wireless today announced changes to its prepaid service plans. The entry-level plan includes unlimited talk and text, but no data (WiFi only) for $30 per month.
Sprint Debuts Unlimited Plan of Its Own
Sprint today announced Unlimited Freedom, a service plan that provides unlimited talk, text, and data for two lines at $100 per month. Sprint says the Unlimited Freedom plan offers "optimized streaming" for "video, gaming, and music" and "unlimited LTE data for most everything else." Specifically, video resolution is capped at 480p resolution when streamed over the network, while games are capped at 2Mbps, and music is capped at 500Kbps.
wireless service? PrepaYd? Really?
Of course it's ghetto, it's a Sprint MVNO. Isn't Boost's slogan, "Where you at?" When you call Boost Customer Care, even their voice propmpts sound ghetto.