A Virgin spokesperson confirmed there are no limitations on which Sprint-compatible devices can be used with the plan as long as they are Wi-Fi ready. As for the reasoning behind the unorthodox offering, the spokesperson simply indicated that Virgin understands “some people don’t need a ton of data.” Or in this case, any at all.
Virgin Mobile today produced a batch of new unlimited...
Virgin Mobile a pair of Walmart exclusive plans offering unlimited voice or unlimited texting...
Starting today, new FiOS TV or FiOS Internet customers (including existing customers who add new...
AT&T today announced it has added Salesforce to its network-enabled cloud ecosystem. AT&T customers will be able to use their Virtual Private Networks (VPN) to connect to Salesforce services using AT&T NetBond. With AT&T NetBond, customers will be able to connect to Salesforce services using their AT&T MPLS VPN from any location on their private network.
Sprint’s move toward network prioritization, specifically slowing connection speeds for the top five percent of data users on congested sites, seems a lot like throttling. But the network said the practice differs from throttling. A Sprint spokesperson defined throttling as, once a subscriber exceeds a data cap, speeds are slowed for the remainder of the billing period, regardless of location or network conditions.
The Netgear Mingle will run $99 for Virgin customers and will take advantage of all three of Sprint’s LTE bands as well as the carrier’s 3G network. The hotspot will be available for Virgin’s Broadband2Go with no-contract offers starting at $5 a day for 250MB and jumping to monthly plans that run $25 for 1.5GB and $55 for 6GB of high-speed data.
“This change comes about because of the enormous data usage driven by the increasingly sophisticated smartphones we make available, and the more extensive uses customers are finding for these devices,” a Sprint spokesperson said in a statement. "We want to be able to serve customers who use our unlimited plans for their daily activity."
Sprint today launched Sprint Prepaid, a new branded no-contract offering. The company says the new offering will be similar to existing Sprint brands Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile. The new brand expands on the company's “As You Go” no-contract plan introduced last year with new pricing.
T-Mobile has added yet another incentive for prospective customers mulling a switch to the uncarrier. The company will offer an iPhone trade-in program as part of its sale of the iPhone 5. The trade-in offer, which begins April 12...
Sprint Nextel's Virgin Mobile prepaid business is now offering T-Mobile users a $100 credit to switch carriers. A large banner ad on Virgin Mobile's homepage beckons, "Ditch T-Mobile and Get a $100 Credit." The move comes after T-Mobile earlier this month officially...
Virgin Mobile's new minute-long spot advertising the MVNO's unlimited data and LTE devices stars Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips, a table full of lobsters, a huge house cat shooting video of a tiny man playing with yarn, a shark and an octopus, all in an effort to promote a "Retrain your Brain" message.
Boost and Virgin Mobile are making the jump in speed up to LTE. Both operate on Sprint’s LTE network. The postpaid providers have each announced the first phones that will run on their new faster offering, with Samsung’s Galaxy Victory coming to Virgin and the HTC One SV coming to Boost.
Virgin Mobile, owned by Sprint Nextel, has removed from its website and disavowed an offensive ad, citing it as a "rogue post by an external agency that was not approved by Virgin Mobile US." Virgin Group founder Richard Branson joined the Twitter chorus that decried the ad as distasteful and vaguely supportive of violence toward women.
Virgin Mobile USA is targeting these customers with a new monthly prepaid $40 plan that provides all-you-can-eat voice, text, e-mail and instant messaging, plus 50 MB of Internet access.
Virgin Mobile USA is recovering from a national outage that has left customers across the country without data or text messaging service.
Sir Richard Branson is showing he's still got love for the company he founded, starring in a new TV ad campaign...
Virgin Mobile USA will begin throttling the speeds of heavy data users in October amid a widespread shift by wireless operators toward tiered data plans.
Now, followers can see the third episode in the couple's story, all manufactured by Virgin Mobile for Virgin Mobile.
Virgin Mobile USA is at it again, this time releasing a new, slightly off-the-beaten path marketing campaign that features "Sparah" and a cameo by Sir Richard Branson...
The world of digital content is increasingly a crowded one, where those who pay for placement get the most eyes, as well as the most buys.
It looks like the unlimited plan is destined to go the way of the dinosaur.
Virgin Mobile USA has agreed to settle a class-action lawsuit over its initial public offering (IPO) for $19.5 million...
Verizon debuted a prepaid mobile broadband plan that is twice as expensive as Virgin Mobile's recently-launched unlimited prepaid broadband plan.
Virgin Mobile USA has leaked information about a new, $40 unlimited data plan on its Facebook page.
Is Sprint's multi-brand prepaid approach the right strategy?
On the heels of reports that Virgin Mobile USA is shuttering its postpaid Helio business, the carrier is promoting new prepaid data plans.
Virgin Mobile USA is expanding the retail footprint for Broadband2Go, its 3G nationwide wireless Internet service with no annual contract.
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