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Cricket's mobile phone plans start at $40 per month and include all taxes and fees.
Instead of hurting smartphone sales, the new installment plans are actually becoming more popular than the standard two-year subsidized agreement, says Kantar analyst Carolina Milanesi.
The smartphone landscape has shifted since the last iPhones emerged, and Apple is about to transform it even more.
Russian competition authorities give Google until November 18 to reverse contracts requiring phone makers install its apps.
The end of two-year phone contracts? Not so fast, says Sprint. Meanwhile, Google now sells a router to answer Wi-Fi woes.
Well, now there's no incentive to give up your unlimited data plan.