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AT&T Launches New Unlimited Plan

Why it matters to you Competition's a beautiful thing. AT&T announced that it will offer unlimited data to new and existing customers. It’s been a hectic weak in wireless. First Verizon, the U.S.’s largest carrier by number of subscribers, announced it would begin offering an unlimited data plan. Following the news, …

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AT&T Launches Device Discounts for GoPhone Customers

Why it matters to you Prepaid GoPhones are always a more affordable option and AT&T is helping you save more money on a new smartphone. It’s tax season, in case you weren’t aware, which means an agonizing few weeks of tracking down receipts, frantically phoning your accountant, and hoping and …

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iHeartMedia Launches Two New Streaming Services To Take On Spotify

After a month-long beta phase, broadcast radio colossus iHeartMedia has released two new subscription-based music services, taking aim at popular paid services like Spotify, Apple Music, and Pandora. The two services, called iHeartRadio Plus and iHeartRadio All Access will cost subscribers $5 and $10 per month, respectively, and can already …

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Speak Music Launches Melody Personal Music Assistant

With potential access to millions of songs via your phone, you no longer need to load up cars with piles of CDs or make mix tapes to carry around. However, this brings a problem along with it, in that finding music while paying attention to what’s going on around you isn’t …

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Google Launches U.K. Android Pay Holiday Promotions

Let’s face it: 2016 was a depressing year. David Bowie. Brexit. Harambe. But it isn’t over yet, and Google is shining a light into the dark abyss with a new gift-giving promotion. On Tuesday, the search giant announced “Shop, Tap, Reward,” a rewards program that will see Android Pay users …

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Republic Wireless Launches Deals to Celebrate Independence

Republic Wireless launched as something of a novelty five years ago. The mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) tapped U.S. carrier Sprint’s cell towers for service, offloaded calls and data to Wi-Fi hot spots whenever possible, and passed the savings on to consumers: Republic’s cheapest plan starts at $15 per month for …

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