Editor’s Choice: YotaPhone 2 Dual Screen Mobile Phone Review

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In a minute, we’ll get to the proper “review” portion of this product review, but before we do I should start out by telling you the YotaPhone 2 will finally make you cool. Yeah, 100% of the people I’ve flashed it at since we unboxed it – and I mean 100% – have gone wide-eyed […]

First Look: YotaPhone 2 Unboxing and Setup

YotaPhone 2 Unboxing

Just before our holiday party we received a special package from the folks at YotaPhone! When we unboxed a pair of YotaPhone 2’s Cali and I were pleasantly surprised! And even more impressed by how awesome they were once we powered them on! The front facing 1080p screen is very sharp and clear, but the […]

T-Mobile Launches Simple Starter Plan

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T-Mobile has launched a new plan for basic users who don’t need unlimited data. They’re calling it Simple Starter. For $40 a month, you get unlimited talk and texting, but only 500MB of LTE Data. Customers can either bring their own GSM device, buy a new one using T-Mobile Equipment Installment Plan (EIP), or go […]

AT&T and T-Mobile Make Pricing and Feature Changes to Contract-Free Plans

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Mobile Carriers T-Mobile and AT&T both made changes to their Simple Choice and Mobile Share Value plans this weekend. The new plans represent additional value for lower end customers while unlimited got a little more expensive at T-Mobile. Now, let’s take a look at the changes. T-Mobile You didn’t think T-Mobile could go a couple […]

AT&T Launches Mobile Share Value Plan for Families

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It seems like you can’t go more than a few weeks without a major announcement in the wireless industry. Today was no exception. AT&T launched a new low-price family plan with no contract. They’re calling it Mobile Share Value for Families. For a $130 a month, you get two lines, unlimited talk, unlimited text, and […]

Sprint Announces “Framily” Plans

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We’ve been comfortable with two ideas of late: 1) Nothing happens during CES and 2) T-Mobile is the only wireless company trying to shake things up. Sprint has effectively called us out in both aspects with the launch of its Framily plans. If you guessed that Framily is a contraction of Friends and Family, you’d […]