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Verizon finally sweetens its prepaid rate plans with a dose of LTE.
The prepaid carrier slashes its unlimited plan from $55 for new smartphone customers who sign up before the end of March.
At a press conference in New York, the prepaid carrier T-Mobile unloaded news about its Jump upgrade program, expanded LTE reach, and lineup of new devices.
The new plans range between $25 and $60 a month, and come after the company scrapped an older set of plans. Starting June 21, prepaid users can ride on the faster 4G LTE network.
The company is playing catch-up to Verizon Wireless in its 4G LTE deployment.
The Japanese wireless carrier blows away the connection speed offered by AT&T or Verizon Wireless.
The prepaid carrier offers a new choice of unlimited data plans to users hankering for speedy 4G LTE.
For a limited time, customers can get unlimited 4G data with tethering for $60 per month.
CFO Fran Shammo says the carrier now expects to finish its full deployment of LTE across the U.S. by the middle of 2013.
Four new data plans come on the heels of Apple's announcement that its new iPads will run on Sprint's network.