Topic: unlimited data plans
Sprint introduced a pair of new unlimited plans that put the carrier in line with the unlimited pricing strategies of AT&T and Verizon.
AT&T introduced new unlimited plans—called Unlimited &More and Unlimited &More Premium—that include its new WatchTV streaming video service.
The carrier will also allow customers on the same account to use different unlimited plans.
The promotion is positioned as a Father's Day deal, but people who wait until then to take advantage will be out of luck.
AT&T said it will not take its speed-throttling case to Supreme Court, and will instead look to resolve the issue in negotiations with the FTC.
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.