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Holy shit. Hell freezes over, Verizon announces unlimited data. $80 a month for one line or $45 per month per line for 4 lines.

http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/get-unlimited-data-on-the-network-you-deserve-verizon-300405990.html


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Trump isn't responsible for Sprint bringing 5,000 jobs to the US #technology #mobile #MAHA

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Project Fi now has a group plan option

If you live in an area that supports Project Fi, you now have more options available to you thanks to their new group plan.

Don't want to buy a new Pixel, well you don't have to (duh...) Fi is still selling the Nexus 6P and 5X.

Phones are an important part of any group plan which is why in addition to supporting Google’s new Pixel devices, we’ll continue to offer the Nexus 5X and 6P through the Project Fi site. To help you set up for your first group plan, we’re offering $100 off the Nexus 6P, and $150 off the Nexus 5X, when you buy and activate through Project Fi.

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+T-Mobile wants everyone to know that their LTE-Advanced is better than everyone else's LTE-Advanced and it should be called LTE Advanceder®.

Me, I'm just waiting for them to realize Central PA is an actual place.

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Verizon Wireless now supports LTE-Advanced

Verizon's LTE Advanced (LTE-A) is already live in 461 cities across the US. Verizon says that LTE-A provides up to 50% faster peak speeds on 39 devices. The Nexus 5X and 6P do support LTE-Advanced, but they're absent from Verizon's list of supported devices, which could also be because they don't sell them. I was able to get 62 down and 19 up. This time of year with an additional 50,000 students back in town, I'd say that's pretty good considering it's normally about half that. That said, I'm not certain if my Nexus 6P 'just works' with Verizon's LTE-A as I would assume it does.

Edit: It sounds like the Nexus 6P does support LTE-A on Verizon's network.

https://twitter.com/derekmross/status/770307638273925120

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T-Mobile brings back "100%" unlimited data

Sure, there's a few caveats that make their unlimited data not truly unlimited, but for the most part, and for most people, their new plan will be unlimited. Confused? If you're into HD video, tethering, or massive amounts of downloading, T-Mobile One may not be as cheap as advertised as you'll need to subscribe to a few add-ons. But as I said, for most people, this is a hell of a deal.


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In OpenSignal's state of wireless in the USA, +T-Mobile​bests Verizon in network speeds, while Verizon has more LTE available.

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Verizon adds "always-on data" (throttling) and tethering to prepaid plans

For a cool $60 a month you can join Verizon's pre-paid wireless service. The fact that their plans now include tethering, unlimited data, and talk/text to Canada and Mexico, makes these plans very enticing, especially since they're backed by the best and largest LTE network in the country.

On a related note, I just moved back to Verizon Wireless after being away from their services for over 2.5 years. I was on Straight Talk. I didn't mind using a sub-par network while saving money. Well, these new plans and pricing, they brought me back. I don't mind spending a few bucks more to be on the best network around.

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+T-Mobile embraces the Pokemon Go phenomenon and gives their customers free Pokemon Go data. #trendy  

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