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Confirmed: T-Mobile MVNO PTel to tweak pricing plans

Prepaid T-Mobile US MVNO PTel Mobile plans to tweak its pricing plans in a move that will lower the cost of its unlimited talking, texting and slow-speed data offering. The actions come as a wide range of carriers and MVNOs work to modify their prepaid pricing plans and services in an effort to entice new users to their offerings.

Sprint launches personalized Virgin Mobile Custom prepaid brand using ItsOn technology

Sprint will launch a new prepaid brand called Virgin Mobile Custom that will use cloud-based billing and service platform technology from ItsOn, allowing customers create a mobile service plan they can customize on the fly.

Verizon to bring LTE to prepaid starting Thursday, will offer calling, texting and 4 GB for $65

Verizon Wireless confirmed it is launching LTE data service for its prepaid customers for the first time starting on July 17. The nation's other Tier 1 wireless carriers already offer LTE connections to their prepaid subscribers. Verizon has up until now limited its prepaid customers to its 3G CDMA network.

Report: Verizon to bring LTE to its prepaid service starting July 17

Verizon Wireless will bring LTE data access to its prepaid customers for the first time on July 17, according to a report from  Droid Life. Verizon has up until now limited its prepaid customers to its 3G CDMA network.

T-Mobile joins Sprint, AT&T in offering prepaid iPhones

T-Mobile US announced it will sell the iPhone on its prepaid plans. Further, the carrier said that, for a limited time, customers who purchase a new iPhone with prepaid T-Mobile service at an Apple store can get $50 off the device, and customers who buy a new iPhone with a T-Mobile Simple Choice postpaid plan can get a $50 iTunes gift card.

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's Cricket to discontinue Lifeline support

AT&T Mobility's Cricket prepaid brand is planning to phase out its support for the government's Lifeline service. The company said it will continue to support its existing Lifeline customers on CDMA phones for the next 18 months or so, and that it will not sign up any new Lifeline customers on Cricket GSM phones.

Sprint's Boost cuts prices, introduces $40 prepaid plan in challenge to T-Mobile

Sprint prepaid brand Boost Mobile cut its pricing and introduced three new plans, including an entry-level $40 option that challenges T-Mobile US and its MetroPCS brand. The moves indicate increased competition in the prepaid space.

AT&T to launch renewed Cricket prepaid brand in Q2

AT&T Mobility plans to launch an upgraded version of the Cricket prepaid brand in the second quarter, according to AT&T CFO John Stephens. AT&T closed on its $1.2 billion acquisition of Leap Wireless' Cricket brand and 4.5 million customers last month.

AT&T surprises in Q1, posts 625K net postpaid adds driven by phones, tablets

AT&T Mobility surprised the market by reporting 625,000 postpaid subscriber net additions in the first quarter, more than analysts had expected and the carrier's best first-quarter postpaid performance in five years.