Topic: unlimited data plans
Unlimited data plans placed a strain on carrier networks last year, but according to OpenSignal the carriers met the challenge.
We’re roughly one year removed from the reintroduction of unlimited usage plans by Verizon Wireless and AT&T—and consumer opinions are in.
Sprint confirmed that it is testing new unlimited data pricing plans in six different markets around the country.
A top Verizon executive said the carrier still has room to grow even as the company sells unlimited data.
Comcast's Xfinity Mobile $65-per-month option remains missing in action.
Wireless carriers seem unconcerned by Comcast's entry into the wireless market with Xfinity Mobile.
AT&T dropped the price of its unlimited data plan by $10.
Sprint will continue to offer a free year of unlimited service to customers who switch to the carrier and bring their own phone.
When unlimited mobile data plans were introduced, many people saw the move as a big risk for mobile operators.
The amount of postpaid wireless customers who have signed up for an unlimited data plan has grown to 53.4%.