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Verizon’s Pricey Tiered Data Plans Arriving July 7

Verizon’s Pricey Tiered Data Plans Arriving July 7

We've known for awhile that Verizon is planning to drop its unlimited data plans for a tiered structure and even picking up family data options in the near future. We also knew it wasn't going to be pleasant for heavy data users, but we didn't expect the new pricing to be worse than what AT&T has to offer. Albeit, Verizon trumps AT&T with its 4G LTE, but wallets can't tell the difference and they'll start hurting come July 7.

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AT&T Hints At Shared Data Plans In Near Future

AT&T Hints At Shared Data Plans In Near Future

Today, the last guest on the hot seat at the D9 Conference was AT&T CEO Ralph De La Vega. As expected, he was faced with questions regarding the T-Mobile acquisition and even an attempt to pry some information from him on the next iPhone. But perhaps most interesting to consumers, was De La Vega's confirmation of upcoming shared data plans.

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T-Mobile To Launch Two New Unlimited Plans

T-Mobile To Launch Two New Unlimited Plans

Despite the fear that rung in our hearts that T-Mobile pricing would soon shoot up as a result of AT&T's acquisition plans, that doesn't seem to be the case---at least not yet. T-Mobile just confirmed two new unlimited plans that continue the carrier's competitive pricing tradition. The plans called "Even More" and "Even More Plus" offer unlimited voice calling, unlimited messaging, and unlimited data.

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T-Mobile Discontinues FlexPay Option

T-Mobile Discontinues FlexPay Option

T-Mobile is discontinuing the FlexPay option for a more conventional deposit method. This move could be the result of the high numbers of customer turnover T-Mobile has suffered recently. The new Deposit Product method will go into effect on March 13th.

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Verizon Says No Required Data Plan for Motorola Xoom

Verizon Says No Required Data Plan for Motorola Xoom

Verizon initially required customers who want to purchase the Motorola Xoom to also purchase their data plan. However, the carrier has changed its mind and says users can now purchase a Motorola Xoom off contract without signing up for a data plan. Initially Xoom owners had to pay for a month of required 3G service at $20 on top of the $35 activation fee.

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