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T-Mobile Monthly4G unlimited plans are available starting today

T-Mobile has recently released a few awesome smartphones to their portfolio like the Amaze 4G and the Galaxy S II, but today they have officially announced and started their brand new Monthly4G unlimited and contract free plans. Earlier this month we mentioned the T-Mobile and Walmart exclusive $30 unlimited data plan and now we have more details regarding that, and other contract free offerings from T-Mobile.

Samsung Transform Ultra gets official on Boost Mobile

While this is no Optimus Prime, or Nexus Prime for that matter, the Samsung Transform Ultra for Boost Mobile does offer more than what meets the eye. It's like having the DROID Charge but with a full QWERTY keyboard and no Verizon 4G LTE, oh and it only costs around $230 too. The Transform Ultra will be the new top-tier flagship offering over at Boost Mobile and it is available starting right now.

LG Phoenix and Prepay Thrive available thru AT&T

The world's first prepay smartphone is being introduced by AT&T and LG. The LG Thrive is the pre-pay version of the LG Phoenix, and both will be available at AT&T stores. The Thrive, which will cost $179.99, will give GoPhone customers the ability to have internet data along with prepaid calling minutes without the requirement of a long term commitment. Data packages for the Thrive will cost at $25 for 500 MB, with each additional 10MB costing $5, an improvement from the original $4.00 per megabyte plan. Users can also get a slimmer $15 per 100MB plan, which has been cut $4.

AT&T Unrolls Release Date of November 21 and Pay As You Go Data Plans for Samsung Galaxy Tab

Samsung Mobile and AT&T announce today that their team up for release of the Samsung Galaxy Tab to be released on Sunday, November 21. It'll cost $649.99 at more than 2,200 AT&T owned stores and online at their site. With it, there's several plans you can choose: $14.99 pay-as-you-go plan for 30 days with up to 250 MB of usage and a $25 pay-as-you-go plan for 30 days with up to 2 GB of usage. Overage costs for each 30 days are handled by an additional pay-as-you go plan which can be automatically renewed each 30 days with a credit card or debit card.


According to a press release by Orange UK, the Galaxy Apollo will launch soon and will be exclusive to their network.  If you were hoping to get your hands on it and you’re not in an area that is supported by Orange UK, you may be out of luck for awhile. There is currently no unlocked version that I could find. This device is a mid-range Android handset and it can be you’re either on a Pay as You Go Plan or on contract.