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T-Mobile is axing its old unlimited family plan in favor of giving 10GB to each member. Photo: Mike Mozart/Flickr CC

T-Mobile introduced a new family plan that’s directly targeting Verizon Wireless and isn’t shying away from it. The new plan, which offers 10GB of 4G LTE data to each family member plus unlimited talk and text starting at $100 per month, bests Verizon’s shared 10GB of data for four members at $140.

T-Mobile’s CEO John Legere hasn’t been nice to competitors since taking the reigns and doesn’t seem interested in starting now. While Verizon claims its family plan is actually $80 per month, Legere argues that you’ll get charged at least $140 per month when all the additional fees add up.

There are huge savings to be had on Amazon tablets today. Screenshot: Cult of Android

There are huge savings to be had on Amazon tablets today. Screenshot: Cult of Android

Looking to treat yourself or a loved one to a new tablet this Christmas? As long as you don’t mind investing in Amazon’s ecosystem, you can currently find some incredible deals on the company’s third-generation Kindle Fire HDX lineup. For today only, a number of 7-inch 4G LTE models have at least half off.


AT&T has further broadened its horizons by upgrading and expanding its LTE connectivity services to an additional nine new markets. The announcement was made in a sequential series of press releases on the carrier’s website,  where the operator didn’t fail to take the opportunity to remind us that it was named as having the fastest 4G LTE connection in the U.S. throughout the entire year of 2013.


The demand for 4G LTE connectivity has never been greater; consequently operators are pulling out all the stops in an effort fulfil the high demand and Sprint is no exception. To keep up with its competitors, the popular operator announced this morning that its launched its high-speed 4G LTE data in an additional 41 locations across the United States, whilst another 6 cities will be getting and enjoying Spark.


Earlier today, AT&T took to the web to announce its extending and upgrading its LTE connectivity services to an additional five markets in the United States.

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