T-Mobile Intros New Pay As You Go Plans
T-Mobile today announced a refresh to its Pay as You Go plans. Beginning August 17, T-Mobile's low-cost offering will charge one flat rate of $0.10 per voice minute or per message. The plan will require a monthly minimum spend of $3, providing customers with up to 30 minutes of talk, 30 messages, or a combo thereof. The plan does not require credit checks, deposits, or annual contracts. Customers will also be able to buy LTE day passes. The data passes cost $5 for one day (up to 500MB of LTE) or $10 for seven days (up to 1GB of LTE). The new Pay as You Go plans can be paired with a wide range of devices.
T-Mobile Slightly More Generous with Revised 'One' Plan
T-Mobile today made several adjustments to its T-Mobile One plan in order to halt the firestorm of criticism the plan has received. First, T-Mobile One subscribers will be able to use an unlimited amount of mobile hotspot data at speeds up to 512Kbps.
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.
Sprint's Roaming Plan Now Includes Free 2G Data
Sprint today improved its international roaming plan, making it cheaper and more appealing to customers. Sprint customers can now enjoy free 2G data, free text messaging, and $0.20-per-minute voice calls in some 165 countries.
Cricket Debuts Unlimited Plan for $70
Cricket Wireless today announced a new service plan that includes unlimited talk, text, and LTE data for $70 per month. That price includes all taxes and fees.
H2O Wireless Improves Data Offerings
H2O Wireless, an MVNO that operates on AT&T's network, has increased the data available on its prepaid service plans. The company offers plans that range from $30 to $60, all of which include unlimited talk and text in the US and unlimited text to more than 50 international destinations.