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New ‘Sprint As You Go’ Service Launching on January 25th, Starts At $50/month

We all know that the cost of smartphone plans today are high, especially if you are looking for “unlimited” services such as text and data but don’t want any sort of contract.  Sprint is trying to help those contract-phobic individuals with the launch of their new “Sprint As You Go” service. Starting on January 25th, you will be able to sign up for… Read more

HTC One C Hits Cricket, Brings Sense 4 In A Small Package

Samsung’s Galaxy Note II may be the device everyone is talking about, but that’s not stopping small prepaid carrier Cricket from launching an HTC handset. No, it’s not the One X or anything like that, but rather the compact Desire C. Featuring a 3.5-inch screen, 25GB of Dropbox storage, Beats Audio and Android 4.0 under Sense 4, this little handset… Read more

Google Wallet Prepaid Card Refund Form Now Available

A while ago, we reported that Google is discontinuing Google Wallet prepaid cards in the wake of the new update to support all bank cards. Whatever money you had left on the prepaid cards, you had to either spend or wait for a refund. Well the form for a refund is finally available. You’ll need your Google Wallet device ID, IMEI and/or MEID, and some… Read more

Google Discontinues Prepaid Cards In Wallet, Offers Refund

In a logical move, Google has announced that they have cancelled their prepaid cards in Google Wallet. Considering that any bank card now works with Wallet, there isn’t any point in it anymore. While it is a logical move, only time will tell if it is a good one. After September 17th, you will not be able to add any balance to a prepaid card. After… Read more

U.S. Cellular Announces New Prepaid Plans

U.S. Cellular has announced three new plans for its prepaid customers. The first plan is 400 minutes of voice, 400 texts, and 400 picture messages for $35 a month. It’s obviously a dumbphone plan, as it contains no data. The second step up is unlimited voice, unlimited messaging, and 1GB of “feature data” for $50 a month. We’re not exactly sure what… Read more

T-Mobile Revamping No-Contract Data Plans

Today T-Mobile announced their new no-contract data prices for tablets, hotspots, and laptop dongles. The following prices will take effect May 20th: 300MB 1-week pass for $15 1.5GB 1-month pass for $25 3.5GB 1-month pass for $35 5GB 1-month pass for $50 These prices really aren’t all that cheap. However, they are a lot cheaper than the old… Read more