Though Verizon Wireless has ditched its unlimited data plans, a recently discovered trick can hook customers up to these golden, unlimited plans even if they purchased an iPhone after the plans were axed.
U.S. iPhone carriers AT&T and Verizon have unveiled new prepaid plans ahead of the launch of the fifth generation iPhone handset. The two plans, AT&T's "GoPhone" and an unlimited Verizon plan, will be available before the end of the week.
Verizon is planning on abolishing its unlimited smart phone data plan on July 7, but it's not all bad news: If you've already signed-up for an unlimited data plan by this date, you can keep the plan even when you upgrade or renew.
Many original iPad 3G owners are probably anticipating transferring their current data plans to their new iPad 2. While we previously confirmed this could easily be accomplished by calling AT&T, there is now a quicker solution.
Many iPad 3G owners may want to transfer their current data plan to the new iPad 2. You could simply wait until the end of the month to cancel your current plan (unless you want to keep your unlimited data plan). Or, you could get everything transferred over on day one. AT&T provided us with a step by step guide on how to do this ...
Recently, we told you that AT&T PR boss Larry Solomon said users of the Verizon iPhone will be in the “slow lane.” Following this, The Wall Street Journal has reported that Verizon is "confident" it can carry the iPhone.
If you were hoping AT&T would lose exclusivity on the iPhone just so you could grab a handset with Verizon on an unlimited data plan, then be sure to read on, and find out why this will never be a possibility.