U.S. Cellular Intros $50 Unlimited Plan
U.S. Cellular today unveiled a new no-contract plan that offers unlimited voice, unlimited messaging, and 500MB of 3G/4G data for $50 per month. Users who exceed 500MB of data in a single billing period will see their speeds throttled for the remainder of the billing period. Alternately, customers can choose a plan that includes unlimited talk and text plus 2GB of data for $65 per month. The new plans can be paired with smartphones and don't require customers to sign two-year agreements.
AT&T's GoPhone Intros Unlimited Slow Plan
AT&T today made one of its postpaid plans available via its GoPhone prepaid brand. The new AT&T GoPhone Unlimited service plan costs $60 per month and offers unlimited everything at reduced speeds.
AT&T Adds $45 Option to GoPhone Plans
AT&T recently added an option to its selection of prepaid plans. Splitting the difference between the existing $40 and $60 plans is a new $45 plan.
T-Mobile Drops GoSmart Pricing, Ups Data Allotments
T-Mobile recently lowered the monthly prices of its prepaid GoSmart service. There are now three different GoSmart plans.
AT&T Changes Unlimited Plan After Just Two Weeks
AT&T today responded to consumer feedback concerning its new unlimited plan by overhauling the offer. The new AT&T Unlimited Plus plan for a single line provides unlimited talk, text, and data, and 10 GB of tethering for $90 per month.
AT&T Tweaks Throttling Policy for Unlimited Customers
AT&T today altered the wording of its network management policies such that customers with grandfathered-in "unlimited" plans won't be throttled as aggressively. Under the old policy, AT&T throttled the speeds of unlimited LTE 4G customers once they exceeded 5 GB of data in a single month.
500MBs/2GBs. . .
Mobile, or nothing it is for me.
I think the point everyone is missing...