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Verizon Wireless offers simplified data plans in different “sizes”

Expect Verizon Wireless to come up with some of the best mobile plans today. You see, the company is being so aggressive these days perhaps as a response to T-Mobile's #NeverSettle campaign which already ended but definitely had an effect on Verizon sales. Well, the Edge deal is already enough to attract more subscribers but the Big Red wants to offer more (or less) with its newest price plans--Small, Medium, Large, and X-Large.

Republic Wireless announces new refund plans, active subscribers not happy

No more unlimited data from Republic Wireless as the mobile carrier recently announced that it's no longer offering such data plan but will instead offer refunds for unused data. It's a new refund-based data plan that lets users to just buy data they need. Should they need more and actually use in excess, they only need to pay more. Not everyone may use up all data so limit  not used will be given a refund at the end of every month.

Bank your unused data with T-Mobile’s Data Stash for prepaid

Data usage among mobile subscribers is not always the same every month. And yet, most carriers still charge us the same amount, whether or not you've used up all your data allocation, which sometimes seems a little too unfair. Storing your data is an option that only very few carriers offer, and T-Mobile is at the forefront when it comes to this. Now they're offering even prepaid subscribers the option to do so with the Data Stash for Simple Choice prepaid subscribers.

AT&T announces 7GB mobile share data plan

So many great new devices, promos, and data plans are being announced. The more mobile technology is improving, the greater network coverage, the faster connection, and the better data plan deals will be. AT&T is always quick to upgrade its systems and plans. Just last month, it started offering unlimited calling in Mexico and rollover data plans for shared subscribers. AT&T isn't the only carrier offering new plans though. Verizon was earlier tipped to slash $10 off most data plans last week. AT&T's prepaid carrier has also unveiled a new All-in Prepaid Plan while Verizon announced more data plan options for prepaid subscribers.

Verizon tipped to chop $10 off most data plans this week

A rumor that is said to be from a reliable source is making its rounds having to do with Verizon. According to the rumor, Verizon is set to make some significant discounts in price to its data plans on Thursday, February 5. The source of the rumors claim that the $10 discount will come to most of the data plans that the company offers.

Cricket Wireless unveils new All In pre-paid plan

Cricket Wireless has announced a new calling plan for customers that it claims to offer the most value out there. The plan is called the All In plan and it offers users 2.5GB of high-speed data and unlimited nationwide calling and text for $35 monthly after a $5 autopay credit. That monthly amount include all taxes and fees.

Verizon offers more data plan options for prepaid subscribers

For those mobile users who don't want to be locked to one carrier for the usual two-year period, a prepaid subscription is a must have as it allows you to be more flexible and customizable. If you're still looking as to which carrier you should choose, Verizon Wireless is offering new and more options for its prepaid subscribers, particularly when it comes to its data plans, which, let's admit it, is practically what most people care about now.
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