C Spire Debuts Rollover Data
C Spire Wireless has introduced new service plans that include rollover data. The trio of plans allows customers to carryover unused data from one month to the next in order to avoid overage charges during months they may need more access. All three plans include unlimited voice minutes and messaging. The $40 option buys 2GB of data, the $55 option buys 4GB, and the $65 option buys 6GB. Customers can roll their entire monthly data allotment to the next month if it goes unused. These plans do not include device financing and assume users are supplying their own hardware. The same three plans cost $65, $80, and $90 per month when paired with a subsidized smartphone purchase. C Spire seemingly borrowed the idea from AT&T, which marketed rollover voice minutes for a long time.
Sprint Prepaid Now Offers Rollover Data
Sprint Prepaid today announced the availability of rollover data for its month-to-month service. Customers' unused data will automatically roll over to the next month, and won't expire.
AT&T Tweaks Mobile Share Value Data Buckets
AT&T today adjusted the monthly data allotments available in its Mobile Share Value plans. The least-expensive plan costs $20 per month and includes 300MB.
C Spire Debuts Combo Plans that Bundle Phone and Service
C Spire today rolled out a series of new combination plans that package together service and device costs. The company claims the idea behind the plans is to make it easier for customers to see where their money is going.
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.
Verizon Debuts $80 Unlimited Plan for Prepaid Service
Verizon Wireless today added an unlimited data option to its series of prepaid plans. According to Verizon's web site, the new $80 plan includes unlimited high-speed service without a contract, though video is capped at 480p and prepaid customers may see slower speeds when the network is congested.