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AT&T GoPhone changes bring 4G LTE devices to prepaid

Today the folks from AT&T have announced a slew of changes and improvements to their GoPhone prepaid plans and lineup of smartphones. We've been hearing rumors lately about what could be changing, but today they made it official. Things are about to get cheaper, and they'll also be offering 4G LTE access to prepaid customers.

T-Mobile to completely end device subsidies next year

We are hearing some interesting news today out of the T-Mobile camp. It looks like those folks are looking to shake up the mobile industry and make some massive changes. T-Mobile hopes to completely get rid of device subsidies attached to contracts and such starting early next year. This means no more discounted phones and 2-year contracts, instead you'll be on value plans and make payments towards your purchase.

Google exec confirms phone service aspirations were axed

Lately we've heard a few reports that Google and Dish were in talks to launch their own Google wireless service, something that would be amazing. Today however it looks like Google's been looking into offering their own phone services before, but those plans have all since been axed and canceled. Below are a few comments from Google's own VP Milo Medin, who was speaking on the matter.

DROID RAZR M just $50 from Verizon for the holidays

While we're sure you've probably been enjoying countless deals the past few days for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the folks from Motorola and Verizon are offering up a pretty awesome deal for the holidays too. The extremely impressive Motorola DROID RAZR M is being dropped to just $50 with a new 2-year contract. Making this one of the best options on Verizon, especially for the price.

AT&T drops device return policy from 30 days to 14

If you're planning to pick up a smartphone this fall or holiday season from the folks at AT&T you might want to make sure you know what you want, and choose the right device for you. As of yesterday AT&T has cut their device return policy from 30 days down to just 2 weeks. Yup, you'll have 14 days to decide if that HTC One X+ is right for you -- or if you'd rather enjoy that Galaxy Note II instead.

T-Mobile launches true unlimited data plans September 5th

While most carriers are looking for a way to charge us more and milk us for every dollar, T-Mobile is here to offer something else. Today they've officially announced a truly "unlimited" 4G data plan. This means no unlimited with 5GB max in the fine print. This is truly unlimited data with no caps, throttling, or slowdowns. Well played T-Mobile! More details below.
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