You remember how we told you T-Mobile has secret plans of an unlimited 4G data plan in the works? Well T-Mobile couldn’t contain itself any more and spilled the beans on its truly Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data Plan.
Optus has upgraded its prepaid mobile plans aimed at heavy text users, adding free calls to any other Australian mobile numbers, and unlimited access to Facebook and Twitter and limited data for other purposes, but at $22 per MB users could quickly blow their credit if they exceed the limit.
The U.K.’s first — and currently only — 4G network, run by carrier EE, has announced it is increasing the size of the data caps on some of its mobile broadband tariffs by around 60 percent, while keeping its pricing structure the same.
There is a new 3G prepaid plan arriving tomorrow that Verizon will be offering. It looks to be pretty good as it will feature unlimited talk and text with the added benefit of 1GB of data thrown in. You can get this all for $80 per month and no contract.
Just yesterday we caught wind of Sprint’s newest revamp to their cell phone plans, and barely a day later, Sprint has made those plans official. They’re offering both “Unlimited My Way” plans and “All-In” plans.