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AT&T Announces Plans to Offer iPad Wi-Fi + 4G Beginning on March 16

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AT&T today officially announced that it will offer all Wi-Fi + 4G models of the new iPad through its sales channels beginning this Friday, March 16, in line with Apple's official launch. The announcement is of course no surprise given past history and an information page that has been available...
AT&T Announces Plans to Offer iPad Wi-Fi + 4G Beginning on March 16
Verizon turns on Razrs’ GSM radios, pushes out Android 4.0 upgrade
A fond farewell to T-Mobile's 200 MB plan

Walmart Brings Its Price-Slashing Methods to the Mobile Hotspot Business

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(Photo: mts.com) Mobile network providers can join the chorus of Walmart-hating small business owners and local holdouts.  This week, the big box boogeyman announced a prepaid mobile Wifi service that starts at the low-low price of $10. However, with budget prices comes budget features. That $10 will only get you...
Walmart Brings Its Price-Slashing Methods to the Mobile Hotspot Business
FreedomPop announces network expansion for nationwide coverage alongside new 3G/4G 'Overdrive Pro' hotspot

MetroPCS rejiggers its plans again, restoring $60 unlimited tier

gigaom.com
MetroPCS isn’t done tinkering with its data plans. On Thursday it revamped its rates for the second time in a year. Most significantly, Metro restored its $60 unlimited LTE data tier, one of the best deals in wireless. In April, MetroPCS introduced soft caps and throttling. It kept unlimited data...
MetroPCS rejiggers its plans again, restoring $60 unlimited tier

FreedomPop lets customers rollover unused megabytes each month - for a fee

gigaom.com
If you’ve ever been an AT&T Mobility customer you’re probably familiar with the concept of rollover: you can take a portion of unused voice minutes one month and add it to next month’s talk bucket. Mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) FreedomPop this week jumped on the rollover bandwagon, but instead...
FreedomPop lets customers rollover unused megabytes each month - for a fee
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