Monday, August 29, 2016
Last week T-Mobile announced T-Mobile ONE. This week T-Mobile is changing the T-Mobile ONE and adding T-Mobile ONE Plus. Starting September 1st customers on T-Mobile ONE will get unlimited talk, unlimited text, and unlimited 4G LTE smartphone data. Customers on the T-Mobile ONE can purchase HD Day Passes for $3 per day. That means customers can stream all the HD video for 24 hours. For an additional $25 a month, per line, customers can get T-Mobile ONE Plus. ONE Plus customers get the unlimited talk, unlimited text, and unlimited 4G LTE data plus unlimited high-speed 4G LTE mobile hotspot data. This allows customers to connect another device or tablet to their mobile hotspot. The ONE Plus plan also gives customers unlimited HD Day Passes. Toggle to the 24 option to stream HD video. Customers can also get 3G speed whenever possible when traveling abroad. Head to T-Mobile for all the pricing options. To purchase T-Mobile smartphones please go to my Amazon Affiliate page.
Last week Sprint offered Unlimited Freedom. This week Sprint is offering Unlimited Freedom Premium. Customers will be able to stream videos at up to 1080p+, stream HD music at up to 1.5Mbps, and stream gaming at up to 8Mbps. The unlimited Freedom Premium offers unlimited talk and text along with the faster HD streaming. One line is $80 a month and two lines is $140 a month. Sprint is giving the option to customers to mix & match the plans. For example: A four line plan can have two lines on the Unlimited Freedom and two lines on the Unlimited Freedom Premium. For all the pricing options please visit a Sprint store. To purchase a Sprint smartphone please visit my Amazon Affiliate page.
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
Blackberry is offering the DTEK50. The DTEK50 is for those who want security for their smartphone. The smartphone monitors the OS and then offers suggestions to the user on making their data more secure and private. This smartphone has a 5.2" scratch resistant display and runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 Octa-Core, 64-bit processor and Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS. The 2610 mAh battery could be larger so users may have to keep an eye on battery life with heavy use. Multimedia pictures should turn out fairly well with the 13MP rear-facing camera and 8MP front-facing camera. This smartphone also shoots 1080p HD video at 30fps. Being this is an Android smartphone users will have access to Apps from the Google Play store. In North America and Latin America the DTEK50 uses Quad band GSM/GPRS/EDGE network bands so users should check that this phone will work with their cell phone service provider. Check out the Blackberry web site for more details and pricing on the Blackberry DTEK50. To buy Blackberry smartphones please visit my Amazon Affiliate page.
Tuesday, August 23, 2016
T-Mobile is unleashing a new unlimited plan called T-Mobile ONE. $70 a month is for the 1st line and $50 a month to add a 2nd line and $20 a month per line to add a 3rd line up to 8 lines. Users get unlimited talk, text and unlimited 4G smartphone data. For $25 a month extra per line users get HD video streaming instead of the typical DVD quality. Visit a T-Mobile store for more details. For more T-Mobile smartphones please visit my Amazon Affiliate page.
Boost Mobile is offering Unlimited Unhooked. Boost Mobile is Sprints no-contract pre-paid wireless option for customers. For $50 a month users get unlimited talk, text and optimized streaming videos, gaming, and music. Unlimited 4G LTE on most everything else. A second line can be added up to five lines for $30 a month per line. For more Boost Mobile phones please visit my Amazon Affiliate page.
Friday, August 19, 2016
Starting today Sprint is offering Unlimited Freedom. For $60 a month users get unlimited talk, text and optimized streaming video, gaming and music. Unlimited 4G LTE on most everything else. A second line can be added for $40 a month. Users can add a third line up to ten lines for $30 a month per line. For more Sprint smartphones please visit my Amazon Affiliate page.
The Galaxy Note 7 is available at most wireless providers. The Note 7 uses the S Pen like the previous Note 5. The 5.7" Super AMOLED display should look vibrant for all your social media needs. The Note 7 runs on a 2.15 GHz Quad-Core processor and Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS. There is a dual pixel 12MP rear-facing camera and 5MP front-facing camera. Users should be able to get through a whole day of use with the 3500 mAh battery. A little rain will not hurt the Note 7 because of the IP68 water resistant rating. The new security feature for unlocking the Note 7 is the iris scan. Users will be able to use Google Pay and all the Samsung accessories and the VR Gear. Check with your wireless provider for pricing. For more Samsung devices please visit my Amazon Affiliate page.