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Are Unlimited Data Plans With Limited Video Quality Bad?

T-Mobile became tired of a small percentage of their users streaming HD videos all day on their smartphone devices, and recently started throttling users who use more than 21GB. In order to make up for this, they also offered Binge-On … Continue reading

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Sprint Wants To Cut Your Wireless Rates In Half

Do you want to only pay half of what you are right now for your wireless service? If you switch to Sprint, you can. The Wall Street Journal has the news. “Sprint Corp took a swing in the wireless price … Continue reading

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Sprint’s Data Isn’t So Unlimited Anymore

According to CNET, Sprint will slow down the heaviest users of unlimited data. “Starting Friday, the nation’s fourth-largest wireless operator will begin ‘throttling,’ or slowing down, the connection speed for its heaviest unlimited-data customers, the company said.” CNET adds that … Continue reading

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Say Goodbye To Unlimited Smartphone Data

Let’s face it: Unlimited data on smartphones will soon be a thing of the past. T-Mobile and Sprint still have it, but AT&T and Verizon don’t. Verizon claims that if they allowed more data than they do now, it would … Continue reading

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What Is the Best Cellular Carrier?

Several readers have asked me which cellular carrier they should go with. That is a hard question. Currently, I have T-Mobile. I pay $90 a month for unlimited data, unlimited texting, unlimited calls, 5GB of tethering data, and a JUMP … Continue reading

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Sprint Joins the iPhone Game – with an unlimited data plan

Sprint is entering the iPhone market with a splash! Sources report that the 3rd largest wireless carrier will offer the iPhone 5 along with an unlimited data service plan. Since AT&T and Verizon Wireless currently only offer tiered plans, it’s … Continue reading

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