Web Toolbar by Wibiya
Login | Sign Up AnonymousUser
New to Comunitee?

or Sign Up with Email


>> SPRINT Latest News

FEB 23, 2014 - TheStreet

A Must Read - Share

How U.S. Cellphone Plans Evolved Over the Past Year

By Anick Jesdanun BARCELONA, Spain -- In the old days, U.S. wireless customers typically paid $100 or $200 for a phone and agreed to a two-year service contract. Although the phone actually cost hundreds of dollars more, wireless companies made up for it through the monthly service fees for voice, text and data. T-Mobile decided last spring to stop subsidizing phones and padding the service fees. Instead, it lowered those fees for everyone and charged for phones separately. A few months later, T-Mobile shook up the phone industry again by allowing customers to upgrade before the phone is ... Read More

Tags: How U.S. Cellphone Plans Evolved Over the Past Year,  Sprint Latest News