According to research and predictions by Cisco, the average North American smartphone user could consume 6GB of data per month by 2017. The annual report, which has been released six times now, shows smartphone data usage increasing 13-fold worldwide in the next four years. The average North American user currently consumes 752MB per month as of 2012, and the worldwide average is just 200MB. In...
We first saw shared data plans come to market with Verizon and AT&T -- albeit with mixed results. C Spire (formerly Cellular South) is hoping to get in on the buzzwords today by offering its own shared data setup. The plans are structured very similarly to the competitors:
10 feature phones, smartphones, tablets, modems and other connected devices per account
unlimited talk, text and...
So, the 2012 Olympic Games are well underway in London. One of the first events the British public had been looking forward to, was the Mens Cycling Road Race. There was massive hopes for Gold for the home team, and fans turned out in their droves along with the millions watching on TV. Anyone who did watch the race on the TV though may have been cursing the apparent lack of information about...
T-Mobile announced today that it is reshaping its no-contract mobile broadband packages for its 4G tablets, hotspots, and laptop sticks. Beginning May 20, customers will be able to choose between the following pay-as-you-go data plans:
300MB 1-week pass for $15
1.5GB 1-month pass for $25
3.5GB 1-month pass for $35
5GB 1-month pass for $50
The "No Annual Contract Mobile Broadband...
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