New Carrier Piggybacks On AT&T Via VoIP
A company called Zer01 Mobile is calling itself a new mobile phone carrier. It offers unlimited voice and data for $70 per month on unlocked smart phones. Zer01 Mobile has a roaming agreement with AT&T, but uses its own IP. Calls go through AT&T's data network via Zer01's proprietary VoIP technology. The VoIP application is able to work seamlessly over AT&T's GPRS and EDGE networks when 3G is unavailable. Right now, it works with Windows Mobile 6, but Zer01 plans to offer its service to the Android, BlackBerry, Symbian, and Java platforms. Because of the agreements Zer01 has with AT&T, users need not fear exceeding the 5GB cap that AT&T has on data plans. Zer01 does not require contracts, and the service works month-to-month. The company will launch a closed beta in April, and set a full release date in the future.
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.
Verizon Makes Unlimited Plans Pricier, More Complicated
Verizon today revealed revamped unlimited plans that aren't nearly as attractive as last month's plans. The standard Unlimited plan now costs $85/month instead of $80/month, and has been renamed "Beyond Unlimited".
T-Mobile Announces Native Video Calling Service
T-Mobile today announced T-Mobile Video Calling, a service that works with the native phone dialer of select handsets without requiring special apps. Like VoLTE and HD Voice, T-Mobile Video Calling can move easily between LTE and WiFi with no dropped video.
Verizon Wireless Debuts New My Verizon App and Plan
Verizon Wireless today announced major changes to its service plans and how customers manage them. The new Verizon Plan goes hand-in-hand with a completely new My Verizon app for mobile devices.
T-Mobile Gives MetroPCS Unlimited Music Streaming, Too
MetroPCS today announced a handful of new features that mirror services offered by its parent company, T-Mobile. First, MetroPCS customers now have access to Music Unlimited, which, like T-Mobile's Music Freedom, lets customers stream unlimited music over LTE without impacting their monthly data allotment.
AT&T lawsuit in 3...2...1
Sounds like they already did quite a few negotiations with AT&T...
Isn't unlimited data 60?
I just dont get it
No text messaging
Sounds great to me!