Posts Tagged ‘unlimited plans’
  • No tethering on Sprint smartphones w/ everything plans?
    by Mike
    Posted October 30th, 2009 at 6:50 am
    After looking over some spec's for Sprint's 2010 lineup over at BGR, upon arriving at the very last bullet point my train of thought gets stopped dead in it's tracks. It simply states "No tethering for phones that require "Everything Plans". Essentially, that puts the kibosh on all smartphones. Pardon me if I'm over reacting, but a smartphone in supposed to be, plans included. If I'm paying for these falsely advertised "Everything/Unlimited" plans, I better sure...
  • Tmo’s Project Dark pricing leaked! [Update]
    by Mike
    Posted October 21st, 2009 at 1:44 pm
    I know all you want to see is pictures and prices so I'll get on with it. You might or may not be a tad disappointed. I on the other hand am pretty excited. If the wifey and I go with a 500 minute + unlimited text + web family plan on a contractual agreement, we're looking at a mere $109/month. That may sound like a lot. Mind you it's for two lines and is a much better price than we would get on either Verizon or AT&T.; How is your setup going to fair? Looks like I got a bit too excited....
  • Boost’s unlimited plan selling like hotcakes…unfortunate side effect: network getting nuked
    by Mike
    Posted May 4th, 2009 at 1:07 pm
    Sprint Nextel has had a sickness for the last couple of years concerning the constant bleeding of customers.  Whether it be the $99 unlimited everything plan, the earlier nights and weekends, or even the up and coming Palm Pre, nothing seems to be helping.  However, there was one slight glimmer of hope in Boost Mobile when they announced that they were introducing a $50 unlimited everything which was then and is still by far the cheapest unlimited everything plan by far.  And as would be ex...
  • Time Warner no longer pursuing tiers/caps, still cutting service for “over usage”…on “unlimited” plans..
    by Mike
    Posted April 25th, 2009 at 11:34 am
    When I said the last post was the last post about Time Warner...I lied.  Sorry.  Forgive me.  But as you know the only way to get something done in this country is by mass force.  The mass being the people, and the force being those people dropping their worthless TW service.  The latest chapter in the ongoing story with TW and their stubborn refusal to flat out dump caps, tiers, and kicking people off of the unlimited accounts for actually using them deals with just that.  Ryan Howard...
  • Boost Mobile announces $50 unlimited “all-in” plan
    by Mike
    Posted January 15th, 2009 at 9:57 am
    Boost Mobile is undercutting the competition and is now offering an unlimited talk, text, and web plan for the super low price of US$50!  On top of that, it is a no contract plan so you aren't shackled to it for two years should the need to move arise.  An added benefit of Boosts plan is that it runs on Sprint's Nextel cellular network meaning the plan and users can talk, text, and surf around the country.  In contrast, Cricket, who runs on the MetroPCS network is bound to "home calling...
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