EE has said that it's extending its unlimited data offer for NHS workers. The mobile carrier was going to end the offer on January 31 after an extension in October but will keep it going until June.
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Three is offering disadvantaged school children free unlimited data upgrades to help them engage in remote learning. The data is being provided in partnership with the UK Department for Education.
EE has announced that customers that work for the NHS can sign-up for unlimited data until January 31, 2021. The deal was started in April and due to end on October 9 but has been extended.
Vodafone has announced that small businesses will be able to get the first six months of its 24-month unlimited data contract for free. It hopes to help businesses that are struggling due to COVID-19.
The mobile carrier, EE, has announced that NHS staff can get unlimited data until 9th October by just entering their work e-mail. This will let them stay in touch with family and friends.
500,000 Vodafone Pay Monthly customers in the UK are now eligible for free unlimited data to help soften the blow of coronavirus-related economic inactivity. It'll expand the offer if it can.
O2 has announced that it is now offering 'Limitless' data from £33 per month. You can get unlimited data via a sim-only contract or as part of your mobile contract bundle on newly released devices.
The Santa Clara County fire department had to pay Verizon twice its regular subscription fee in order to stop them from throttling its supposedly "unlimited" data in the middle of a wildfire response.
Verizon today announced a third unlimited plan today. Like its two others, it's not actually unlimited, offering 75GB of 4G LTE data or 20GB hotspot data before you start to get throttled.
Even though Sprint could end up merging with T-Mobile, it still hasn't stopped trying to entice new customers. The carrier introduced a new $15 unlimited data plan for a limited time.
Google today announced Bill Protection for Project Fi, promising unlimited data if you use over 6GB in a month. As is the case with all other major carriers, there's still a catch.
Following in the footsteps of Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile, AT&T has also decided to start offering its users unlimited data for $100 per month - unfortunately, with no tethering.
After nearly six years, Verizon Wireless has made the announcement that they will reintroduce unlimited data plans on Monday. There will be both single line and multi-line options.
Verizon is taking aim at customers using 200GB or more on a monthly basis on their unlimited data plans. The company will give users the option to switch to a new plan by February 16.
Cricket Wireless, a subsidiary of AT&T, has announced today that it will be offering an unlimited plan to its customers for $70 a month, or $65 a month if the customer enrolls in auto pay.
The three percent of Sprint customers who use more than 23GB of data per billing cycle will be classified as lower-priority users at times and in places where network access is constrained.
giffgaff is relaunching all of its 'goodybags' with inclusive 4G data - but it's dropping its £20 unlimited data plan, and instead offering 6GB at "4G speeds", and then "unlimited" data at 256kbps.
TalkTalk says it's "revolutionising mobile" with its 30-day rolling plan, offering unlimited everything for just £12 a month - but things become a bit more complicated when you read the small print.
Following a trend started by Verizon, a recently leaked memo suggests that T-Mobile will begin to throttle some unlimited data users that constantly misuse their network.
UK operators Vodafone, O2 and EE have all ruled out the possibility of offering unlimited data plans on 4G, calling them "unsustainable" - but Three remains committed to 'all-you-can-eat' data on 4G.
US Cellular, the nation's fifth biggest wireless carrier, is offering a $40 a month unlimited date plan for its 4G LTE smartphones, but the offer will only last until January 31st.
T-Mobile has announced that, starting on September 5th, it will offer its customers its new Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data plan, with unlimited data, voice and texting features.
After eliminating its unlimited data plan for new customers in 2011, Verizon Wireless will now force existing "grandfathered" unlimited users to drop the plan later this summer.
In a business conference this week, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson says his "only regret" in running the company was giving his customers the option to have unlimited data for one monthly price.
Sprint plans to stick with its unlimited data plan for its smartphone line up with CEO Dan Hesse saying that that will also extend to the next version of Apple's iPhone when it comes out.
AT&T has offered more clarity on its policies of throttling its data speeds for some of its customers that are still on the wireless provider's "unlimited" data plan.
A man was awarded $850 on Friday after he filed a claim against AT&T in small claims court. The man claimed it was not fair AT&T throttled his iPhone data when he had an unlimited data plan.