T-Mobile announced they’ll begin offering the iPhone in April, but will change how customers pay for their phones and that they can have a plan without a two-year contract.
Three public interest groups plan to file a lawsuit against AT&T over claims that they won’t be offering Apple’s FaceTime video chat app without a subscription to one of their data plans.
T-Mobile announced it’s now offering unlimited data plans for their smartphone subscribers following in the footsteps of Sprint.
Verizon Wireless will soon offer consumers a “Share Everything” plan, where customers will be able to connect up to 10 devices to a pool data plan. But who will really benefit from this?
Verizon Wireless will start offering the iPhone with a draw that AT&T no longer offers to new subscribers: a plan with unlimited data usage. But some AT&T iPhone users on limited plans won’t need to move to Verizon for unlimited data.