T-Mobile Offers New Range of Mobile Broadband Plans
T-Mobile USA today announced a new set of mobile broadband plans that offer the choice between unlimited high speed or throttled speeds. The plans, which apply to mobile broadband devices such as tablets, mobile hotspots, and laptop dongles, include 500MB, 2GB, 5GB, and 10GB options. The unlimited high-speed plans won't throttle down speeds when users meet their monthly data allotment, but will charge overage fees. The fees cost $0.10 per megabyte for the 500MB plan, $0.03 per megabyte for the 2GB plan, and $0.02 per megabyte for the 5GB and 10GB plans. For customers looking to control monthly costs, the other set of plans offers the same data options, but throttles speeds once users reach their monthly data limit. Prices vary widely depending on which plan, and range between $19.99 per month and $72.99 per month.
Verizon Wireless Rehashes Prepaid Plans
Verizon Wireless has adjusted its selection of prepaid service plans for smartphones, basic phones, and data devices. Verizon now offers three plans to smartphones.
Cricket Adds More Data to Low-Cost Plans
Cricket Wireless today added more data to its bottom two prepaid service plans in a bid to keep up with similar offers from Boost Mobile and MetroPCS. With Cricket's auto-pay discount, the Basic plan costs $35 per month and now includes unlimited talk, text, and 2.5GB of high-speed data per month (up from 1GB).
Verizon Launches 5 Prepaid Plans for Tablets, Hotspots
Verizon Wireless today revealed five new options for customers who want to connect their tablets or hotspots to Verizon's network on a no-contract basis. The month-to-month data plans cost $15 per week for 500MB, or $20 per month for 1GB, $35 for 2GB, $60 for 5GB, or $100 for 10GB.
Verizon Makes Unlimited Plans Pricier, More Complicated
Verizon today revealed revamped unlimited plans that aren't nearly as attractive as last month's plans. The standard Unlimited plan now costs $85/month instead of $80/month, and has been renamed "Beyond Unlimited".
Now how about some decent Canadian data roaming rates?