Not interested in the Galaxy 7 release? Plenty of folks are caught in the upgrade cycle, and if you thought last year’s flagship from Sammy was sweet, AT&T has a new promo for you involving the Samsung Galaxy S6.
The LG K7 has been on our radar since December of last year, and if you reside in the US, it’s ready to roll from one of the major carriers. T-Mobile now has the handset it stock, and it is available to purchase for $139.99.
Every so often, we’ll see a carrier in the states run a promo to lure in new consumers. Once a carrier reveals its plans, others soon follow suit and that’s what we’re getting from Big Red this week. On the heels of Virgin Mobile’s prepaid announcement through Sprint, Verizon is giving their prepaid customers a little something extra.
It’s been a while since we had any big news from Virgin Mobile, but the US branch of the carrier made an announcement today. They have launched new unlimited plans for folks in the US, and it won’t break the bank while still providing you with an ample amount of data.
Prepaid phones are a good way to go if you don’t want to be tethered to a two-year plan, and almost every carrier has a prepaid setup these days. T-Mobile is no different, and they are launching a new promo to put a free smartphone in your hands if you snag a prepaid plan.
Not a month goes by that T-Mobile doesn’t unveil some kinds of a deal in an attempt to lure in new customers. Today they have done just that with a new BOGO deal that’s going to allow folks to save a significant amount of dough if they need two smartphones.
Out with the old, and in the with the new. You’re going to see a lot of smartphone sales in the coming weeks as new models get set to debut, and Sprint has uncorked one today. Their 4-Day Dash Sale lets you save a few bucks on the LG G4, if you’re willing to make the jump and switch to Sprint.
We spend most of our time covering high-end handsets or devices bound for the budget range, but among those smartphones is a small sector reserved for rugged phones. The Cat S50c definitely falls into that category and it’s bound for the US courtesy of Big Red.
If you have home internet or a data plan on your smartphone or slate “unlimited” is a term you hear a lot. A new AT&T Unlimited Plan has been announced, which may sound like good news for consumers… until you hear the restrictions.
T-Mob loves to shake things up and they’ve always gotten a kick out of throwing shade towards other carriers. Well, the tables have turned somewhat thanks to their throttled Binge On program, and today they addressed the issue while bolstering their free-streaming lineup.