Topic: unlimited data plans
Rakuten Mobile on Tuesday unveiled low-cost unlimited mobile plans for its forthcoming wireless service slated to launch next month in Japan.
AT&T executives said they expect more customers to sign up for high-value unlimited plans in the second half of 2020, getting a bump from 5G.
AT&T will pay $60 million for misleading millions of customers by obscuring throttling practices while charging them for so-called "unlimited" plans.
AT&T updated its unlimited wireless plans, the most expensive of which features a 100 GB data cap before throttling and free HBO.
Verizon posted strong wireless subscriber gains for the third quarter, adding 444,000 net postpaid phone connections in the period.
The new unlimited plan launches Aug. 12 and starts at $55 per month for one line.
Verizon expanded its unlimited plans to five, with the carrier reinstating a $10 per month fee for 5G service on its lowest cost Start Unlimited tier.
Visible hasn’t determined when or if it will reinstate the data speed cap, but plans to make the decision based on consumer feedback and needs.
US Mobile is growing and is now cash flow positive, according to the company's CEO.
With 5G set to roll out across a number of cities in the coming months, there has been remarkably little discussion of how 5G services will be priced.