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Google acquires more than 50 mobile network technology patents from Magnolia Broadband

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Not finished with the expansion of its mobile patent portfolio, Google has today completed the acquisition of more than 50 mobile network technology patents from Magnolia Broadband. This is a developing story, please refresh for updates.   Magnolia’s press release: Magnolia Broadband, Inc. has sold its beam forming Mobile Transmit...
Google acquires more than 50 mobile network technology patents from Magnolia Broadband

T-Mobile Expands No-Contract Mobile Broadband Plans

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Starting on May 20, T-Mobile will offer four additional no-contract data plans for its 4G tablets and mobile broadband devices, including laptop sticks and mobile hotspots. The new Mobile Broadband Service Passes expand on the carrier’s current offerings, starting at $15 per week for 300 megabytes of data, and $50...
T-Mobile Expands No-Contract Mobile Broadband Plans
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RovAir Aims to be the Airbnb of Mobile Broadband Plans

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Got a mobile broadband device that you only really use a few times a month? Me too. If you’re sick of two-year contracts and monthly fees that go mostly to a gadget that sits idle in your bag until you’re out of range, there are a couple of different alternative...
RovAir Aims to be the Airbnb of Mobile Broadband Plans

T-Mobile UK launches new worldwide data roaming plans as EU price caps loom

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The mobile roaming market continues to heat up after T-Mobile announced its new ‘Internet and Broadband Travel Boosters,’ providing its customers with dedicated plans that will cover their data needs when travelling, starting at £1. The plans will be available from June 19 and will operate in the same way...
T-Mobile UK launches new worldwide data roaming plans as EU price caps loom

T-Mobile announces no-contract broadband passes starting at $15

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Today T-Mobile announced new “worry-free No Annual Contracts” for its mobile broadband service, expected to launch through T-Mobile retail stores and online May 20. The plans will start at $15 per 1-week pass capped at 300MB, and $25 per 1-moth pass capped at 1.5GB. The carrier is also offering 3.5GB and 5GB...
T-Mobile announces no-contract broadband passes starting at $15

T-Mobile announces no-contract broadband passes starting at $15

9to5google.com
Today T-Mobile announced new “worry-free No Annual Contracts” for its mobile broadband service, expected to launch through T-Mobile retail stores and online May 20. The plans will start at $15 per 1-week pass capped at 300MB, and $25 per 1-moth pass capped at 1.5GB. The carrier is also offering 3.5GB and 5GB...
T-Mobile announces no-contract broadband passes starting at $15

T-Mobile offers all 4G smartphones free for Valentine’s Day

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T-Mobile announced on Tuesday the company’s Valentine’s Day sale on all 4G smartphones and tablets. “T-Mobile has a commitment to make the 4G experience affordable and accessible to everyone, so this sweet deal on smartphones and tablets is our Valentine’s gift to consumers,” said T-Mobile’s senior vice president of...
T-Mobile offers all 4G smartphones free for Valentine’s Day

Sprint announces three tri-band LTE mobile broadband devices to land by summer

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If your city is one of the many that's part of Sprints ongoing LTE rollout (or will be soon), then the network's just announced three tri-band mobile broadband devices for your consideration. The hope, it seems, is that as different parts of Sprint's LTE spectrum becomes available (including that...
Sprint announces three tri-band LTE mobile broadband devices to land by summer
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