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AT&T patent points to consumer ‘bandwidth abuse’, restricting content access

A patent filed by AT&T back in September of 2013 has been found, and it’s got some eyebrow-raising features. Recently published by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), AT&T is asking for what amounts to ‘freemium’ browsing. Issuing credits as you use data, the patent seems to coincide with other recent revelations about how AT&T envisions you using your movie device to browse.

US Cellular unveils new, lower-priced no-contract plan

US Cellular has rolled out a new, lower-priced no-contract plan option. This one sits priced at $50 per month and includes unlimited talk, text and data. Of course, as we often see with the mention of unlimited -- there is some fine print you will want to know up front. In this case, the data is unlimited, but only some of that will be at high-speed.

AT&T promo offer arrives targeting new and existing customers

AT&T has announced a new promotional offer that will be available for both new and existing customers. This one has already gone into effect and brings the potential of a $100 bill credit. In order to claim the credit you only need to activate a new line of service. But as with many other offers such as this, there is a bit of fine print attached.

T-Mobile continues battling AT&T with satire-filled press release

We've seen plenty of interesting advertising methods from T-Mobile since they began the UNcarrier approach. Lately, much of the chatter has been coming direct from T-Mobile CEO John Legere, however it seems things have been stepped up considerably with this latest move. T-Mobile has issued a satire-filled press release celebrating how AT&T dismantled the death star.

Verizon launches unlimited talk, text and 250MB data promo plan

Verizon Wireless has offered up some details for a new calling plan. This latest is arriving priced at $45 per month and aimed towards those looking to activate a single line of service. Simply put, this plan could save single line users a few bucks each and every month. One word of caution though, Verizon does have this listed as being available only for a limited time.

Boost Mobile launches the 5.7-inch MAX phablet

Boost Mobile has announced the immediate availability of the MAX phablet from ZTE. The handset is simply dubbed the Boost MAX and will bring a 5.7-inch HD IPS display. Boost Mobile is playing up the size of the display here, tempting folks with a bit about how the large screen size of the MAX "brings the best of a smartphone and tablet together."

T-Mobile LG G Flex and Optimus F3Q arriving in February

T-Mobile has come forward with release details for a pair of LG smartphones. The devices include the G Flex and the Optimus F3Q, both of which will be arriving in February. Both devices will be readily available on February 5th, however those who had been waiting for the LG G Flex will be able to move forward with a pre-order as of today.
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