T-Mobile Expands Data Stash to Prepaid Customers
T-Mobile today said its prepaid customers will be able to enjoy the benefits of its Data Stash program beginning March 22. T-Mobile first announced Data Stash for its postpaid customers in December. Data Stash allows customers to roll forward any unused data they have each month, rather than allow the data to expire. T-Mobile said it will give all its T-Mobile Simple Choice prepaid customers a 10GB pool of LTE 4G data with which to start. Once they've consumed that data, they'll begin to roll forward their unused monthly data for a period of up to one year. T-Mobile's prepaid customers will receive this benefit automatically and at no extra charge. The news arrives just days ahead of an Uncarrier event T-Mobile has planned in New York City on March 18.
T-Mobile Gifting Customers with Free Unlimited Data
T-Mobile today said every postpaid Simple Choice customer will have access to unlimited high-speed data for the next three months. All customers with postpaid plans effective Nov.
T-Mobile Makes It Free to Roam In Canada and Mexico
T-Mobile today announced Mobile Without Borders, a new program that lets customers use their T-Mobile line in Canada and Mexico free of roaming charges. Beginning July 15, all calls to, from, and between the U.S., Mexico, and Canada are included at no extra charge.
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.
Verizon Turns On 'Always-On Data' for Prepaid Subs
Verizon Wireless added a feature called Always-On Data to its prepaid plans that will keep customers connected even if they use up all their LTE data. In short, people who subscribe to Verizon's prepaid smartphone plans will have access to an unlimited amount of free 2G surfing at 128Kbps once they've consumed their plan's LTE data bucket.
Verizon Adjusts Prepaid Pricing and Adds Travel Pass for $5
Verizon Wireless today changed up its prepaid service offerings by adding a new low-cost option and other features previously reserved for postpaid customers. Verizon Prepaid service now starts at $30 per month, which buys unlimited talk and text with 500 MB of data.