By Humberto Saabedra on August 8, 2013
Net10 may have removed the 1.5GB data cap first imposed on AT&T phones and SIM cards according to an email sent to customers and now confirmed by dealer emails and the operator’s PR firm.
By Humberto Saabedra on February 28, 2013
Net10 Wireless will begin enforcing a hard data cap on customers using AT&T-powered devices and SIM cards starting on Friday, with possible implications for StraightTalk. Updated with clarification from Net10.
By Christopher Price on February 20, 2013
While T-Mobile may be in the process of acquiring MetroPCS, they aren’t waiting to get hold of the brand. In fact, if Go Smart is successful, MetroPCS may not be worth much more than spectrum.
By Humberto Saabedra on February 15, 2013
StraightTalk makes the most of its expanded agreement with Verizon Wireless by launching its first BlackBerry smartphone in the Curve 9310 at a very budget-friendly price.
Page Plus Cellular Ups $40 Plan to 100 MB of Data, Verizon Network Still Key in Competitve Advantage
By Christopher Price on March 28, 2012
One of the only third-party services that uses Verizon’s network… and devices… added a bit more data today.
By Christopher Price on November 23, 2011
Starting early this morning, Straight Talk (part of Tracfone), is offering a “Black Friday Plan” offering. The plan is their standard $45/month Talk, Text & Data plan, but discounted to $30/month. That rate is then locked in for one year, as part of the offering. The plan is available in nearly all Straight Talk markets, […]
By Humberto Saabedra on October 14, 2009
Following up on the initial announcement of the StraightTalk service plan this summer, Wal-Mart has confirmed it will begin an exclusive nationwide rollout of the offering on October 18th. The handset lineup will consist of the entry-level LG 220 clamshell at $39.98, the LG Slider 290 at $79.98 and the Samsung 451 QWERTY keyboard slider […]