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Ultra Mobile Announces New Flex Plan Monthly Rates

Ultra Mobile has just made some changes to its Flex plans. Earlier today, the T-Mobile MVNO announced that they will be increasing the monthly

H2O Wireless Throttling All High Speed Data to 8 Mbps

AT&T MVNO H2O Wireless has started throttling the “high speed” data on all its plans to 8 mbps for LTE connections and 4 mbps

My Verizon App Now Available for Verizon Wireless Prepaid Customers

Earlier today, Verizon Wireless made an announcement for its prepaid customers. Starting June 28th, prepaid customers will have access to the newly improved My

Prepaid Phones on Sale This Week: Jun 25 – Jul 1

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

Net10 Adds More High Speed Data to all its Monthly Smartphone Plans

TracFone’s Net10 Wireless brand has added more high speed data to all of its smartphone and BYOP plans. Here’s Net10’s new plan list showing

Sprint Prepaid Re-branded as New Sprint Forward

Sprint appears to be announcing big things this week. Just yesterday, they announced that its prepaid arm, Virgin Mobile, will exclusively be selling iPhones

Project Fi Rolling Out New Group Plan Repay Feature

Based on the findings of the Google Consumer Survey on U.S. smartphone owners conducted just last month, over 75% of adults have a wireless

T-Mobile’s Parent Company Deutsche Telekom Reportedly Readying Merger Offer for Sprint

According to a report published Tuesday this week by Handelsblatt, a Germany-based business news publication, Deutsche Telekom (which owns T-Mobile) appears to be finalizing

Virgin Mobile Going iPhone-Only and Offering A Year of Service For $1

It looks like’s Sprint’s long promised disruptive shakeup of the Virgin Mobile brand is finally here. This morning I woke up to a completely

Walmart Family Mobile Again Increases High Speed Data On Multiple Plans

For the second time in 6 weeks, TracFone’s Walmart Family Mobile has increased the amount of data included with most of its plans. The