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Smartphones for lease by Sprint

Smartphones for lease by Sprint

Sprint has announced a new program called the Sprint Flex, which allows customers to lease a smartphone and even upgrade it after 18 months. Sprint has discovered a new way to benefit itself from... Read more

T-Mobile Users need to shed $5 more now

T-Mobile Users need to shed $5 more now

T-Mobile’s One Plus unlimited data is going to cost you $5 more. This now makes the add-on company’s base One unlimited plan $10 extra a month. And this comes on top of the single line the... Read more

Verizon's new Caller Name ID will cost you $2.99 per month

Verizon's new Caller Name ID will cost you $2.99 per month

The new feature, which is a subscription service for $2.99 a month, aims to cut down on robocalls and other messages which spam and plague your mobile inbox every day. This is actually a lot, when oth... Read more

Tumblr and Flickr users are in for a shock!

Tumblr and Flickr users are in for a shock!

Dear Tumblr and Flickr users don’t be surprised if you get locked out of your account. If you have an account in any of these sites and you’re using an email ID provided by AT&T, then ... Read more

AT&T gives DirecTV Now a push up with free Roku subscription

AT&T gives DirecTV Now a push up with free Roku subscription

When AT&T launched DirecTV Now last year, it came up with many perks and early-bird offers. Now to woo more customers it is offering a free Roku Premier set top when they prepay for two months of ... Read more

Sprint woos customers with Free Subscription

Sprint woos customers with Free Subscription

The constant battle between major telecom giants goes to a whole new level as Sprint directly attacks Verizon. In its aggressive promotional plan, it offers a full free year of unlimited voice and dat... Read more

Verizon's Antennas bring Smiles and Frowns

Verizon's Antennas bring Smiles and Frowns

The residents of Palo Alto have some mixed news. Verizon plans to set up 92 small cell antennas throughout Palo Alto. Each of these will be installed on existing wooden utility poles with three compon... Read more