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Sprint's Boost, T-Mobile's GoSmart offer new double-data promotions

Sprint's Boost Mobile prepaid brand and T-Mobile US' GoSmart Mobile prepaid unit are continuing the wireless industry's promotional spree of offering double their usual data allotments.

Ho's Perspective: Is prepaid still relevant? Yes!

Postpaid competition has been dominating mainstream and industry press headlines. Postpaid device and double data promotional moves by all rivals set the competitive tone as we enter the all-important fourth quarter. On Verizon's third-quarter 2014 earnings call, CFO Fran Shammo noted that the prepaid sector growth has slowed relative to previous years, and given entry price points are so close to postpaid, some of those subscribers are moving to postpaid.

T-Mobile 'very happy' with sales of new Simply Prepaid store to independent wireless dealers

A T-Mobile US representative said that there is a "long list" of independent wireless dealers that have shown interest in signing up for the carrier's new Simply Prepaid retail store package. "To date, stores that have opted into the new initiative are seeing a significant increase in T-Mobile sales as compared to similarly located stores not in the program," a T-Mobile representative said in response to questions from  FierceWireless.

T-Mobile to combine GoSmart, Univision and Ultra Mobile brands under 'Simply Prepaid' offering

T-Mobile US is planning to bring four of its prepaid brands under one heading called "Simply Prepaid," according to a description of the carrier's booth for CTIA's Super Mobility Week show next month.

T-Mobile cuts prices, adds data to GoSmart Mobile prepaid plans

T-Mobile US updated its GoSmart Mobile prepaid brand to increase the data speeds of its mid-level plan and to cut the price of its high-end plan. Brightspot, an MVNO sold by Target that runs on T-Mobile's network, also updated its pricing.

AT&T caps Cricket's peak download speeds to 8 Mbps on LTE, 4 Mbps on HSPA+

AT&T Mobility will restrict the maximum download speeds available to its new Cricket prepaid customers to 8 Mbps on LTE devices and 4 Mbps on HSPA+ devices. The action is likely a way for AT&T to differentiate its AT&T-branded services from its Cricket-branded prepaid services, which now operate over the same network.

Confirmed: T-Mobile, Target to launch 'Brightspot' prepaid offering

Retailer Target confirmed it will team with T-Mobile US to launch a new prepaid wireless service dubbed "Brightspot" starting this weekend.

Rumor Mill: Target to team with T-Mobile for 'Brightspot' prepaid offering

T-Mobile US will power a new prepaid wireless service that retailer Target plans to offer starting this weekend, according to several postings on the Web.

T-Mobile reiterates support for GoSmart Mobile, despite MetroPCS merger

T-Mobile USA said it will continue to support its GoSmart Mobile prepaid brand after it closes its merger with MetroPCS. The news is notable considering T-Mobile plans to take MetroPCS' prepaid brand nationwide after it closes its merger with the flat-rate, no-contract carrier.

T-Mobile takes GoSmart Mobile prepaid brand nationwide

T-Mobile USA launched its GoSmart Mobile prepaid brand nationwide. The launch signals a new entrant into the nationwide prepaid space.