Virgin Mobile

Virgin Mobile won’t start throttling customers until 2012

While Virgin Mobile is technically unlimited (and aren't they proud of it) their parent company had intended to begin throttling its data-hungry users some time in October. Today the company issued a statement saying that while they still intend to slow down the connection of their most active customers, the change won't happen until an unspecified date in 2012.The information was released as Virgin Mobile confirmed that it's offering the LG Optimus Slider and HTC Wildfire.

Virgin Mobile takes on T-Mobile with another Ad Campaign [Video]

I don't know about you reader but I personally like the T-Mobile Carly commercials as of late. A nice replacement for Catherine Zeta Jones if you ask me. Over at Virgin Mobile they feel differently about those commercials and that magenta colored dress and have a few of their own ad campaigns to prove it. Recently we've seen a few attacks come out of Virgin Mobile aimed directly at T-Mobile and their pricing.

Motorola TRIUMPH Review [on Virgin Mobile]

Here's a Motorola candybar you're not going to want to miss. This is the first Motorola device to be carried by Virgin Mobile, and the biggest and by far the most impressive Android handset you're going to be able to purchase off-contract for under $300. Not only that, this device is unlike most Motorola devices in that it's not running Motorola Motoblur, a user interface that we've been told by many of our community members is certainly not their favorite. Instead you're going to get a Vanilla (aka essentially untouched) look at Android 2.2 FroYo. Is it a winner?

Virgin Mobile USA to start data throttling in October

If you are an Android fan that hates contracts and use pre-paid service on Virgin Mobile USA you need to be enjoying the last months of the all you can eat data buffet. The parent company of Virgin Mobile USA has announced that Virgin will start data throttling come October. Virgin notes that the move will only affect about 3% of its users.

Virgin Mobile Updates Beyond Talk Plans, Unlimited Everything for Only $55

Virgin Mobile is changing their Beyond Talk Plans as of late. One way to nudge subscribers into higher priced plans is to slightly raise the price of your main plans, but then lower the cost of the unlimited everything option. That is exactly what Virgin Mobile has just done, although some might not be happy that unlimited everything plan for only $55 sounds like a pretty great deal.

Virgin Mobile Launches FreeFest 2011 with Kyocera

Our good buddies over at Virgin Mobile have taken their love of music and mobile and smashed them up once again in the 2011 version of the award-winning festival known as FreeFest. This years music event will be sponsored by Kyocera and will feature a slew of amazing musical acts including The Black Keys, Deadmau5, Cee Lo Green, TV on the Radio, Patti Smith, Empire of the Sun, Cut Copy, Grace Potter & The Nocturnals, Okkervil River, Big Sean, Two Door Cinema Club, Alberta Cross, and Bombay Bicycle Club. AND incase you were wondering, yes, there is indeed a Kyocera manufactured Virgin Mobile carried phone out there, it's called the Kyocera Loft and we must admit, we've never even seen it in real life before, not once.
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