Qwest Adds Mobile Broadband to Its Offering
May 22, 2007, 9:30 AM by (staff)
Piggybacking on Sprint's EV-DO Rev. A wireless data network, Qwest is rolling out its own branded 3G mobile data service. There are three Qwest Wireless Mobile Broadband plans, starting at $69.99 for 500 MB per month. Qwest is also offering a 600 MB plan, and an unlimited plan. Subscribers of Qwest's wired broadband and telephony services can receive a $20 discount on the mobile broadband plans. By way of comparison, Sprint offers unlimited wireless data on its network for $60 per month.
Sprint Improves Its Least-Expensive Data Plan
Sprint recently added a new tier to its range of data plans, this time targeting those who don't need huge buckets of mobile broadband each month. The new offering includes 1GB of shared data — twice as much as before — for $20 per month.
AT&T Brings Back Unlimited Data for TV Customers
AT&T today said new and existing customers can once again select an unlimited data mobile plan — as long as they are also a customer of AT&T-owned DirecTV or U-Verse. The unlimited plan includes unlimited LTE 4G, unlimited voice, and unlimited messaging.
Sprint Offering $20 LTE Starter Plan
Sprint today added a new option to its list of service plans. The Starter Unlimited Data Plan includes 1GB of high-speed data and unlimited 2G data for $20 per month.
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.
Cricket Follows AT&T's Lead with Unlimited Calls to Mexico
Cricket Wireless today announced that all customers on its $50 and $60 plans can now make unlimited calls to Mexico. Cricket's subscribers can call landlines and mobile phones at no extra charge, though Cricket said calls to special or premium services may be blocked.
didnt i read somewhere u had to sign 3yr contact to get the card free..?
3 yrs? Yikes. If that's true, I mean.