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AT&T Joins All Its Rivals With an Unlimited Plan

For an individual, it's pricier than the others

(Newser) - AT&T says any cellphone customer can sign up for unlimited data plans starting Friday, a change that comes just days after Verizon announced a similar move and Sprint and T-Mobile beefed up their offerings. All four major cellphone providers now offer unlimited plans, a major reversal from a few... More »

Verizon's New Plans? 'Crummy' for Consumers

Critics agree: You won't like these new family plans

(Newser) - Verizon yesterday unveiled its new "Share Everything" plans, in which families will share one data allowance on a family plan rather than each member having his or her own data allowance on separate plans. Despite the fact that Verizon is touting this as a money-saving opportunity for families, critics... More »

Sprint iPhone Said to Boast Unlimited Data

Company hopes that will differentiate it from competitors

(Newser) - Sprint will not only get the iPhone 5 next month, it will also be offering something its competitors aren’t: unlimited data. Or at least, that’s what sources are telling Bloomberg . Neither Sprint nor Apple will comment, as the Sprint iPhone deal hasn’t been officially confirmed yet. Further... More »

Sprint May Go Lower Than $99.99

Mobile provider expected to undercut flat-rate calling plans

(Newser) - With both AT&T and Verizon unveiling $99.99 flat-rate unlimited calling plans this week, Sprint's is expected to undercut its rivals by up to 40%, plunging the wireless industry headlong into a price war. Sprint isn't telling yet, but analysts predict it will offer unlimited calling for roughly $60... More »

Cell Carriers Roll Out Unlimited Calls for $100/Month

Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile get with the program

(Newser) - Cell phone users tired of rationing their minutes have a new alternative—unlimited calling plans for $99.99 a month. Verizon Wireless yesterday introduced a nationwide plan with no domestic roaming or long-distance fees, AP reports. AT&T quickly announced a matching plan, and T-Mobile execs say they’ll unveil... More »

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