Clearwire Dumps Postpaid Services
Clearwire today announced that it will no longer offer postpaid monthly Internet access to new customers. Instead, it will only offer unlimited WiMax service for $50 per month. Clearwire will also stop selling dual-mode 3G/4G devices, and will only sell WiMax devices moving forward that access its network only. Existing customers will be able to keep their postpaid and 3G/4G services and devices as-is. Clearwire also recently announced its intent to deploy LTE in 2012 and LTE-Advanced in 2013 if it is able to raise the capital.
Nov 7, 2019
T-Mobile today announced plans to offer three new programs offering 5G service for free to certain groups, or cheaply for everyone else. The company is promising to launch the programs when and if it is allowed to merge with Sprint.
Aug 17, 2020
Verizon has tweaked its unlimited plans to include more value at the same prices. The Just Kids plan now includes unlimited 4G data instead of a set 5GB.
Oct 30, 2019
AT&T is introducing new unlimited plans that drop the live and on-demand TV package included with the existing Unlimited &More plans. Accounting for that and other minor changes, pricing stays about the same, with unlimited plan choices (and price points) increasing from two to three.
Nov 6, 2018
Sprint today said it has deployed LTE Advanced technology nationwide, providing access to more consumers while also doubling average speeds on its 4G network. Sprint said it achieved these network gains through both its own Next-Gen Network investment as well as rehashed roaming agreements.