Vodafone and Three unleash aggressive prepaid iPad 3G plans, starting at $10 for 250MB and topped by an ‘unlimited’ plan for just $50 per month, with up to 14GB of data rollover.
on 05/26/2010 – Made popular on 05/26/2010
So, I'm on AT&T, unlimited data. I'm planning on giving an iPad (wifi and cell) as a gift with an associated data plan to a person who's on Sprint and hates it (beside the point). I've been checking data plans and so far, no one comes close to just adding a line to my own plan with unlimited data at an additional $30/mo.
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.
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.
I'm currently on Tmobile's $30 prepaid plan, which includes 100 voice mins, unlimited Text & Data, throttled after 5gb.
Well, the 100 minutes is not enough and using GrooveIP etc is not really working out as good as I would like.
Tmo have a Simple Starter plan with unlimited talk & text and 500mb of data, for $40 a month, but starting on Sept.
Vodafone UK has come up with a new twist for potential buyers of smartphones on their network. Dubbed Vodafone Red Hot, users sign up for a pair of 12-month contracts. The first is for a typical data plan that includes unlimited voice and text and up to 2GB of data. The second contract is to “hire” the device you select.
Not sure if this should be in general, as it is a question. xD
But a month after purchasing my galaxy s 3 and signing a 2 year contract for the unlimited plan, t-mobile decides to make the 30 dollar 5G data unlimited text 100 minute plan to UNLIMITED data. And for me to switch it would cost approx 600 dollars -.-