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GoPhone Adds Moto E, Offers Rebates on Phones


AT&T’s prepaid GoPhone segment made a few changes this week which weren’t really advertised for some odd reason. However, it looks like for a limited time, GoPhone is offering $20 phone rebates to new customers. Additionally, the AT&T company has finally added the 2015 Moto E to its lineup. (About time!) Rather than bombarding everyone with two short articles, we’ll take a look at both changes right here! You’re welcome.

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GoSmart Adds $30 Unlimited Facebook Plan


Like the highly-advertised MetroPCS, GoSmart Mobile uses T-Mobile’s network and is actually also owned by the Uncarrier. It’s easy to forget about GoSmart, as the company doesn’t have any particularly good deals or really all that many promotions and such for customers. In fact, we hardly ever write about it at all. However, it has come to my attention that GoSmart recently added a new plan to its lineup which might interest some Facebook users.

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Cricket Wireless Offered in Meijer Stores


In the last year or so, AT&T’s prepaid brand Cricket Wireless has been expanding and reaching out to additional customers with offerings in various retail stores as well as deals with GameStop. Well, this week the prepaid company continued this trend with the announcement that Cricket phones and services will soon be sold in select Meijer stores around the country.

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US Mobile Plan Overview

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Launched in September 2014, US Mobile has a rather unusual plan structure which lets customers tailor the plans to their own needs. The company operates on the idea that customers shouldn’t have to pay for things they don’t’ really need (no matter how much we’ve been trained to think we do) and so aside from texting, there are no unlimited options. The company is owned by GSM Nation and runs on T-Mobile’s network. The company is actually set up pretty similar to Ting, except it is fully prepaid instead of postpaid.

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ZTE Maven Comes to GoPhone

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Prepaid phone carriers, whether they’re MVNOs or subsidiary sections of the Big Four, are absolutely flooded with entry-level devices which aren’t going to really impress but should still get the job done. However, sometimes you don’t need a flagship, and that’s where phones like the ZTE Maven come in.

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Cricket Adds ZTE Sonata 2 to Lineup

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AT&T prepaid subsidiary Cricket Wireless recently added a new phone to its lineup, but I’m not even sure that it’s much worth mentioning. The ZTE Sonata 2 is a mildly under-powered entry-level device designed for people who want a smartphone, but don’t really care much about the quality. Running Android Kitkat 4.4 with a tiny battery this phone will be great for light users. 

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PTel Lowers $35 Plan Price

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The price war that has been raging among the various wireless companies in the last year or so has slowed down somewhat but still continues strong with everyone trying to undercut others. So, it shouldn’t be super surprising to hear that T-Mobile MVNO PTel Mobile has plans to slash the price of its $35/month plan.

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Find the Right Phone For You

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Finding the right phone for you can be a hassle. When you look at the low to midrange phones, it seems like there isn’t really all that much difference between them. How do you find a device that is going to fit your needs? What specs do you need to worry about for your life and which aren’t as important? Well, here are some guidelines for what to look for in a phone, depending on how you use it!

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Amazon Offers Another Free App Bundle


Every once in a while, Amazon puts together a bundle of apps and discounts them for users for a limited amount of time. This most recent bundle of apps is worth, in total, around $50 and includes mostly games with a few others thrown in for good measure.

Here are the apps that you can get for free right now:

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Prepaid Faceoff: Boost Mobile vs MetroPCS




With the massive number of prepaid MVNOs and carrier options, it’s sometimes hard to keep track of it all and even harder to compare and decide which company is the right one for you. So, every once in a while we’re going to go through and do a Face-off of two popular companies, comparing plans and services to help you better decide.

Today, we’ll look at Boost Mobile, a Sprint-owned prepaid brand, and MetroPCS, a T-Mobile brand. It’s worth noting that both companies—Boost Mobile especially—have a habit of changing their plans around significantly, so I will be including links to both sites just in case.

Here’s how they compare:

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