GSM Phones Archive

Opera Announces It Will Be Discontinuing Opera Max

If you’re still using Opera Max, you might be surprised to know that this app will no longer available on the Google Play Store

MetroPCS to Start Selling ZTE Blade Z Max Soon

ZTE’s latest prepaid phablet has just been unveiled on MetroPCS. The ZTE Blade Z Max is this year’s phablet, that comes after the ZTE

Boost Mobile to Match MetroPCS’ $25 Add a Line Offer.

Sprint announced to today that, for a “limited time” beginning August 22, customers will be able to add additional lines to their Boost Mobile accounts

Prepaid Phones on Sale This Week: Aug 13 – Aug 19

Welcome to the latest edition of Prepaid Phone News’ Prepaid Phones on Sale this Week feature. Here are the best current deals on prepaid

Lycamobile Adding a $1 or 5% Recovery Fee to All Plan Prices

T-Mobile MVNO Lycamobile is now adding a 5% “Recovery Fee” to all airtime purchased directly from Lycamobile. The 5% fee also applies to auto

It Looks Like MetroPCS is Now Charging Extra for HD Video on All Plans

Yesterday, T-Mobile’s MetroPCS unveiled a family plan promotion that lets you add additional lines to any plan for $ 25 per line. That’s a

Amazon Prime Members Can Get Simple Mobile’s Unlimited LTE Data Plan for $37.50/Month Instead of $50/Month

Lately, there has been a trend among wireless providers partnering with Amazon or selling their products through the e-commerce giant. Earlier this month, this

Virgin’s Inner Circle Could Give Sprint 17,000 New Prepaid Customers In Third Quarter

According to Wall Street analyst firm Jefferies Group LLC, Sprint will likely find itself in a good position to gain 17,000 new prepaid customers

Ting Mobile Adds 19,000 New Subscribers In Second Quarter

During the second quarter of this year, Ting Mobile was able to add 19,000 more customers, while at the same time, posted a very

Reputable Analyst Believes iPhone 8 Release Date Will Not Be Delayed

There were previous rumors circulating that Apple’s iPhone 8 release date would be pushed back to October or November instead of the expected September