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    The 6″ ZTE Max XL is Coming Exclusively to Boost Mobile

    If you’re a big fan of cutting costs by using prepaid carriers, chances are you like not paying top dollar for a smartphone, either. That’s why prepaid has been a good fit for ZTE — their low-cost phones have been mainstays at prepaid retail locations for years now, and it’s allowed them to quietly become one […]

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    MetroPCS Now Has a Prepaid Unlimited Plan for $50

    T-Mobile, not content to help reintroduce unlimited plans to the postpaid market, is now doing the same for prepaid through MetroPCS. The carrier just updated their pricing tiers, giving both their $50 and $60 plans unlimited 4G LTE data. The difference between the two plans is in the hotspot — tethering, in other words. Tethering with high-speed […]

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    The Best Prepaid Phone Plans Under $40

    We’ll have to apologize — we do this every year, and every year the price goes up. But, there’s a method to the madness. There are a lot of prepaid calling plans from a lot of carriers, and some of the plans in the $30 to $40 range are just too good to ignore. Why? Because […]

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    NetTALK Connect Wireless Review

    “Unlimited talk, text, and data.” So goes the tagline for netTALK Wireless mobile phone service. If you’re like me and find yourself going over on your monthly data allowance — and paying the crazy overage fees — your ears likely perked up reading this. NetTALK offers a pretty remarkable mobile service package, but like most things that […]

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    Ting Mobile Month Review – Part II

    Ting offers people a low cost alternative to cell phone contracts, as they offer a business model that charges you for what you use, allowing you to adjust your price plans based on your data – which is of-course in your favor. We shared with you our first impressions of the service a little while […]

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    Rover Puck Review and Rover 4G Review

    Rover is a new nationwide pay-as-you-go / prepaid 4G data service that runs on CLEAR’s WiMax network. Instead of being tied down to CLEAR’s, Sprint’s, Best Buy’s or even Time Warner’s 4G wireless data contracts, Rover lets you use this network in smaller yet affordable bites. Rover offers you unlimited 4G access for $5 a […]