Leap Wireless is adding more features to its unlimited prepaid plans, action that comes on the heels of major price cuts from Leap rivals MetroPCS and TracFone. Leap said it would add unlimited Web
The head of Sprint Nextel's prepaid unit, Boost Mobile, said the carrier won't get pulled into a prepaid price war in the wake of rival MetroPCS' decision to cut the price of its unlimited plan.
The prepaid wireless market has turned into a game of limbo: How low can it go? MetroPCS today lowered the price of its monthly unlimited plan to $40 for limitless voice, texting and Web access. The
TracFone Wireless' Straight Talk $45 per month prepaid plan is gaining traction in Atlanta, according to Pali Research analyst Walter Piecyk. The plan, which was quietly unveiled a few weeks ago,
Ready Wireless, a prepaid reseller in Iowa, has joined the unlimited game with two new plans that it believes will appeal to customers. The first plan offers three days of unlimited calling for
America Movil's MVNO TracFone Wireless quietly unveiled a prepaid, nationwide unlimited offering for $45 per month that includes unlimited text messaging and 30 MB of data. The service, running over
Taking aim at rival MetroPCS, a Boost Mobile executive called MetroPCS' recently introduced international unlimited calling plan "impossible" and urged customers to take a look at the fine print.
MetroPCS is offering its customers unlimited international calling to more than 100 countries for $5 per month. The deal is the latest option the flat-rate carrier has added to spruce up its prepaid
At least a dozen wireless operators will launch LTE networks in 2010, according to a new report from ABI Research. The research firm said that 34 million people worldwide are expected to have access
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