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T-Mobile looks towards 2G/EDGE for future 4G LTE expansion

T-Mobile is celebrating the one-year anniversary of their LTE rollout. And naturally, this celebration includes news of some expansion. The carrier is touting how they have voice and data coverage available for 96 percent of the US. While that number doesn't reflect the percentage of available LTE coverage, it will factor in as T-Mobile moves forward.

US Cellular reported to offer more data, new introductory plan

With T-Mobile and AT&T making changes to their plan allotments the past week, more carriers were expected to follow suit in some fashion. US Cellular may be accepting the challenge of offering more for less, and is rumored to announce changes to their plans, effective March 13. Bringing more data to new and existing customers, US Cellular may give some a compelling reason to jump ship.

FreedomPop “Snowden Phone” is the ultimate anonymous smartphone

The "Snowden Phone", or it's more formal name of Privacy Phone, is just one in the latest series of security and privacy conscious smartphones announced of late. Through a combination of encryption, VPN, and cryptocurrency, FreedomPop's Privacy Phone is advertised as the perfect mobile device for those who mind their mobile footprints, including whistleblowers and perhaps even ne'er do wells.

T-Mobile lands on list of most innovative companies for 2014

Though we witness it routinely, the subtle brilliance of T-Mobile’s approach to wireless is sometimes lost on us all. A wholly different approach, T-Mobile’s ‘Uncarrier’ method drives the competition mad, and often leaves them scrambling to keep pace. On top of winning over customers, T-Mobile has now been recognized for their efforts.

FreedomPop unveils new ‘industry destroying’ pricing from $5 per month

FreedomPop has announced a new mobile plan today. This one will be offering unlimited voice and text and according to details provided, this one is "aimed at destroying the current industry pricing model." To that point, this new FreedomPop plan starts at $4.58 per month. While there is no annual contract needed, that $4.58 per month price will vary depending on the length of your initial commitment.
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