Cincinnati Bell Debuts 'Price For Life' Bundles
Today Cincinnati Bell introduced a new set of bundled services that will permanently set the price of those services for as long as the customer chooses to remain a Cincinnati Bell customer. The program must bundle at least two options together, such as wireless service and home phone service. With the Price For Life program, the monthly service fees will remain the same as long as the customer maintains the current level of services at the same address. The program is available to Cincinnati Bell customers in the greater Cincinnati / Dayton market.
Apple Extends iPhone Upgrade Program to Online Sales
Apple is now offering consumers the option to select its iPhone Upgrade Program when purchasing an iPhone via the Apple web site. Apple first rolled out the program last year with the debut of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.
Cricket Fishing for Prepaid Customers with $100 Lure
Cricket Wireless is hoping a $100 bill credit will convince customers of Cincinnati Bell, MetroPCS, Boost Mobile, Virgin Mobile, Sprint, and T-Mobile to hop on over to Cricket. New customers must switch from the aforementioned carriers, purchase a new device, and activate a new line of service on a qualifying rate plan in order to receive the credit.
Comcast Details Mobile Phone Service as Xfinity Mobile
Comcast today revealed details of its forthcoming Xfinity Mobile phone service. The company will use Verizon's 4G LTE network for the service, using an existing MVNO agreement.
AT&T Debuts Wireless/DirecTV Bundles
AT&T today rolled out combined wireless and television packages that rely on its recent acquisition of DirecTV. The basic package includes four wireless lines with unlimited talk and text with 10 GB of shared data and HD television service with up to four receivers (DirecTV or U-verse) for a combined price of $200 per month.
T-Mobile Debuts 'Jump On Demand' for Free Phone Upgrades
T-Mobile today kicked off a new program called Jump On Demand, which will allow people to upgrade their phone for free up to three times per year. The Jump On Demand program builds on Uncarrier 2.0, which introduced the idea of early phone upgrades with Jump.
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