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Sprint Kills Unlimited Data For Everything Except Smartphones

Only smartphone users will continue to get the Now Network's unlimited data plan.


Sprint Cutting Unlimited 4G Data Plans

Sprint Nextel is ending unlimited data plans for all devices except smartphones, bringing the era of all-you-can-eat mobile data in the U.S. nearer to a close.

Over-Usage Warnings Target 'Bill Shock'

Four carriers are expected to announce they'll warn customers by text message if an account nears its point of overage fees.


Hold the Phone: Apple iPhone 4S Preorders a Hit, Pushing Delivery Dates Back

So many people have already ordered the new phone that Sprint, Verizon, AT&T, and Apple online stores are telling customers they'll have to wait a little longer.


Sprint Now Making All the Right Moves

Sprint gets the iPhone and announces move to 4G LTE. In a competition-averse wireless market, we consumers need Sprint to succeed.


Sprint: LTE Rollout Starts in 2012, Done by 2013

Sprint says its 4G schedule is aggressive to get the network ready for the iPhone.

Sprint iPhones Include Unlimited Data Plans

Verizon and AT&T both tried offering unlimited data plans but have since adopted tiered systems.


iPhone 5: Sprint Exclusivity Doesn't Seem Possible

How would AT&T and Verizon react to a deal that leaves them on the sidelines?


AT&T's Samsung Galaxy S II Now Available Online

The smartphone, which has been a big hit in Europe and has surpassed 10 million in channel sales, is now available for purchase at AT&T's website for $200 with a two-year contract.


Verizon, Sprint Dominate Top '4G' Android Smartphone List

Verizon and Sprint have seven of the top 10 '4G' smartphones on the market right now, according to new data from analytics firm Localytics.