Wireless Archive

Selectel Wireless Increases Data on Its Plans Again

Just a few days ago, Selectel Wireless changed the data allotment on its $ 40 monthly plan. The Verizon MVNO increased the data on

Cricket Wireless Brings Down Price of Unlimited 2 Plan to $40/Month

Prepaid brands and MVNOs have been battling each other in the hopes of gaining more customers. One way they do this is by announcing

Cricket Wireless Launches Breeze-Thru Setup Process for New Activations

New customers wanting to switch to Cricket Wireless now have an easier way of activating service. Cricket Wireless recently announced that new customers who

H2O Wireless Giving 4GB of Data for 3 Months Instead of 2GB

H2O Wireless, an AT&T MVNO, is currently running two promotions that might interest you. If you are a new customer and decide to sign

Freetel Receives FCC Approval for a Cricket Wireless Device

The Federal Communications Commission has approved a handset for AT&T prepaid brand, Cricket Wireless. The handset is manufactured by a Japanese company called Freetel.

Net10 Wireless Offering Free Smartphone with Plan Activation

If you’re looking to get a new Android smartphone, Net10’s new promotion may be something fitting for you to consider. The TracFone subsidiary is currently

Analysts Believe New BYOD Offers Pose a Threat to Verizon Wireless

It looks like Verizon Wireless is currently facing a big threat from its competition. Now that companies like Sprint and Comcast’s Xfinity Mobile have

JLab Epic Sport Wireless Earbuds hands-on

Exercising can be grueling, especially when you’re building up a sweat and constantly moving around. Not all headphones can endure the intensity that exercising

Republic Wireless is Offering 3 Months of Free Service to New Lines

Republic Wireless is giving you more ways on how to better control your time and money. How do they plan to do this? By

Sprint to Focus on Mobile Broadband Expansion and Laying 5G Groundwork, Instead of Fixed Wireless

During a recent Wall Street investor event, John Saw, Ph.D., the chief technical officer of Sprint, revealed that the wireless carrier is not planning