AT&T's jumping on the no-contract bandwagon with its new BYOD, pre-paid AIO brand. For $40 a month you can get unlimited talk and text and 250MB of data. 2GB is $55 and 7GB is $70. No LTE though. Welcome to the party, guys.
T-Mobile's big no-contract, Uncarrier campaign just hit a bit of a snag; Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson has ordered the company to correct the deceptive campaign, which promised no contracts and no commitment without saying anything about hardware subsidies. T-Mobile has agreed to update the ads…
Good day for commitment-phobes—Virgin and Boost have both added LTE handsets to their pre-paid lineup.
Becoming the newest major carrier to enter the contract-free game, T-Mobile USA just announced GoSmart Mobile, its new brand boasting no annual contract with the hopes of appealing to the more shallow-pocketed of users.
The dream is real. After AT&T killed prepaid plans for the iPhone, no US carrier has allowed anyone to go with a prepaid, no contract plan when it came to the iPhone. Not anymore. Come June 22nd, Cricket will be selling the iPhone and offering a $55 month-to-month unlimited voice, text and data plan.
AT&T is rolling out new data plans for tablets and it's priced similarly to the old one, except now you have the option to either prepay or postpay your bill. Prepaid data plans and Postpaid data plans both cost the same: either $15 for 250MB or $25 for 2GB. The slight difference between the two plans are in the…
According to Apple's internal documentation, the iPhone is now available without AT&T contract or ID at any Apple Store. Our contact claims that the iPhone is locked, however, so it will only work with AT&T SIMs. Here are the conditions: