Alltel Launches Its Own $99 Unlimited Plan
Today Alltel joined the other major U.S. carriers by offering an all-you-can-talk voice plan for $99 per month. Alltel's plan include voice services only and not extra features such as messaging or data. Alltel is offering this plan to add customer choice, but believes its MyCircle calling plans offer a better overall value.
T-Mobile Bumps Up Prepaid Data Packages
T-Mobile has increased the amount of data available to its Simply Prepaid customers. The entry-level $40 plan improves from 1 GB per month to 3 GB per month, while the $50 plan improves from 3 GB to 5 GB, and the $60 plan improves from 5 GB to 10 GB.
AT&T Replacing Alltel Brand with Its Own Across Georgia
AT&T today said beginning Dec. 10 all Alltel stores and services across Georgia will be rebranded under the AT&T name.
T-Mobile Brings Back $100 Unlimited Family Plan
T-Mobile today brought back several promotions that promise easier-to-manage data plans for families. Beginning Dec.
Virgin Mobile Offering No-Contract Shared Data Plans
Virgin Mobile today announced a new plan available exclusively to Walmart customers that includes sharable data without contracts. The plans are available to four specific phones for between two an four lines per account.
Sprint is still best value
99.99 for unl minutes, text, and data
you just cannot beat it!!
MyCircle is the best value... for some.
With any of the companies now doing the unlimited (including Alltel), add a lines are either another $100 or $95/month. So for a husband/wife who need unlimited minutes, they'd be spending $200/month. ...
On the National Freedom 900 plan, customers receive UNL M2M, UNL N&W, UNL to 10 numbers on other networks, and 900 minutes. Verizon offers this SAME EXACT price point with all the same stuff... except for the unlimited calls to 10 numbers on ot...
my circle better value????
OR you can get EVERYTHING unlimited for 99.99 a month.
Will someone tell me how Alltel thinks it has the best value with my circle? Who are they trying to kid?
I guess it's a "we had to do unlimited plans, but we were still right before."
Does this plan even compare to Verizon's or AT&T's?!
here's an idea