A surprisingly high number of customers are opting to pay for their own smartphones in monthly installments, avoiding a two-year contract. And that's good news for AT&T.
The nation's fifth-largest wireless provider debuts three no-contract options as well as in-store installment plans. For a limited time, the carrier will also pay off your early termination fees.
The AT&T subsidiary lowers prices and raises data buckets for its prepaid plans, and puts a trio of Samsung phones on sale.
In honor of its two year anniversary, the Tucows-owned MVNO drops prices.
The monthly plan, initially launching on four phones, gets you unlimited talk, text, and Web.
Forget contracts, the retailer is offering 30-day unlimited plans that start at $45 per month through Straight Talk Wireless and Net10 Wireless.
A chart in this story listed an incorrect price for AT&T's smartphone fee for 2GB of data under the old plan.
The carrier at last is offering a break to customers willing to jump onto its shared data plans without a contract.
Verizon finally sweetens its prepaid rate plans with a dose of LTE.
Subscribers in Japan are currently locked into a mobile carrier at expensive monthly rates when buying a subsidised phone. A new government initiative will remove the SIM locks on phones to allow for freedom of choice.