T-Mobile announced earlier this week that will start offering a splendid little plan. The International Pass is something other carriers don’t currently offer but will surely become available for Sprint subscribers once the upcoming T-Mobile merger is complete. Starting August 1, T-Mobile customers will be able to walk into a store or go online and purchase an International Pass with 512MB of LTE data.
According to a report, Verizon will be the first US carrier to shut down its 3G cellular network. The network will clearly be replaced by 4G LTE as well as 5G once it arrives. This is said to happen at the end of 2019, so there is still time to upgrade from your 3G smartphone.
This week, Sprint announced via its blog not one but two new unlimited plans. It seems that no US carrier is ever settled with the plans they offer, since they constantly change. Sprint is the latest to make changes and add new plans. Things are about to get a little confusing, but we’ll try to simplify things as much as we can.
Announced Wednesday, AT&T and Magic Leap have come to terms on a deal that has the two companies working together to benefit one another. AT&T has been doing a lot lately with the underlying purpose of sustaining wireless customers and adding new ones to stay in front of competition. The carrier’s latest move follows in line with this principle, but now how we expected.
As promised, T-Mobile is improving when it comes to RCS messaging. With a merge between it and Sprint set to happen, T-Mobile will join Sprint (literally) in providing support for RCS, thanks to Google Jibe.
Nobody appreciates having bloatware on their smartphone that cannot be deleted or uninstalled. This has been a problem on Android with cell carriers reserving the right to add additional apps onto most phones. Some carriers are worse than others at this, however, good news has come in from a trusted source who claims that Verizon’s often pre-loaded ‘go90’ mobile application is being shut down.
Verizon has a well-deserved offer for those who were in the military and want cell service on America’s top cellular network. Veterans and their family can save up to $40 on their monthly data bill when enrolling in a month-to-month unlimited plan.
If you’re thinking about switching to Verizon, pay close attention because the carrier is running a pretty sweet deal this week. For a limited time only, Verizon is doubling the amount of data offered with its prepaid plans at no additional charge. The deal is eligible on all of Verizon’s prepaid plans, which feature unlimited talk and text, as well as carryover data.