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Virgin Mobile $35/$55 Unlimited Data Plan Announced

Virgin Mobile $35/$55 Unlimited Data Plan Announced

So you've got a smartphone, yes? Perhaps you've got a hankering to lower your $70 a month plan to something like HALF of that? Or maybe you're part of a network that's got limited data, where you're not allowed to use more than a certain amount of data per month, charging you for overages and whatnot? Well what do you know, it's Virgin Mobile to the rescue!

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AT&T vs. Verizon iPad 2 Data Plans Comparison Graph

AT&T vs. Verizon iPad 2 Data Plans Comparison Graph

Apple’s iPad 2 goes on sale today and for those who are getting a data plan along with it you might need a calculator. Unlike the first generation iPad, the iPad 2 will be carried on both AT&T and Verizon and between the two carriers you’ll have to choose from eight different data plans. CNN has provided a nice graph to make your decision a little easier.

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iPad 2 Pricing Plans Confirmed For AT&T

iPad 2 Pricing Plans Confirmed For AT&T

We had just gotten official word on the iPad 2 release for Verizon and now we hear from rival carrier AT&T. Not only have pricing plans for the iPad 2 been announced, but also pricing on the new hotspot option for the iPhone 4. Like their competitor Verizon, AT&T plans to start selling the iPad 2 in its retail stores at the same time the device goes on sale at Apple Stores starting right at 5 p.m. local time on Friday.

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Verizon Educates Users with Fact Sheet About Data Usage

Verizon Educates Users with Fact Sheet About Data Usage

If you're not one of the thousands and thousands of world citizens that have subscribed to the idea that you need a smartphone to function normally in society, you undoubtedly have you reasons. Cost is of course prohibitive, and some people just don't see the need (weird!), but I'd wager to guess one of the most giant reasons people do not seek to further their understanding of this new handheld device world is the fact that they're confused about data costs. Verizon today seeks to change your mind with an easy-to-read fact sheet.

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Verizon and AT&T Begin iPad Sales Across US

Verizon and AT&T Begin iPad Sales Across US

Verizon is telling you now to UNLEASH the iPad while AT&T merely notes that it is Now Available at select stores. Prices for the pad itself are very similar, with 16GB at $629.99, 32GB at $729.99, and 64GB at $829.99 (although on each of these, AT&T seems to be 99 cents cheaper here.) After that though, there's some big differences to be seen, like the fact that AT&T's is selling iPad Wifi + 3G models while Verizon is offering Wifi-only paired with their MiFi 2200 mobile hotspot.

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T-Mobile Evolves Prepaid Mobile Data with New Plans

T-Mobile Evolves Prepaid Mobile Data with New Plans

Even as prepaid plans get better, it's the post-paid and contract-based plans that seem to get all of the attention. But, as prepaid plans look better and better, especially with their unlimited offerings in one capacity or another, it's no surprise that T-Mobile would be aiming to "evolve" the mobile data plans for prepaid customers, by bringing them new plans that include voice and text messaging, as well as options for those who need mobile data plans.

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Verizon Begins Offering Unlimited Data in Prepaid Fashion, 3G Smartphones Included

Verizon Begins Offering Unlimited Data in Prepaid Fashion, 3G Smartphones Included

Prepaid services have been around for awhile, but for the longest time they were never good enough to catch the attention of the average consumer. After all, there's a lot hanging on that contract-free plan. You not only miss out on minutes, but it used to be that you didn't even get the same reception as the customers who signed a contract. Furthermore, you had to buy the phone out-right, without that discounted price tag. Well, while you still have to buy the phone out-right, prepaid plans have certainly become more popular, and Verizon has just made it even more attractive with the announcement that unlimited prepaid plans are now available. Oh, and you can use a Droid X, too.

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Sprint Playbook Suggests Data Throttling is Imminent

Sprint Playbook Suggests Data Throttling is Imminent

As carriers all around the world start removing unlimited data plans from their plans, some carriers still have other plans. T-Mobile started to throttle data users back from high percentages, and it looks like Sprint is about ready to start doing the same thing. Of course, this comes on the heels of the recently launched Android-based device, and the wireless carrier's first 4G handset, the EVO 4G.

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