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iPhone App Brings Unlimited Free Legal Music. Simply In Your Pocket.

Brownees – YouTube MP3  
Developer: Ethan Sebban  
Price: $1.99   Download

New iPhone App, Brownees 1.3, allows users unlimited access to by tapping YouTube’s vast array of freely available .

Brownees is the ultimate application for music lovers: No limits, no subscription and it’s perfectly legal. Brownees simply uses the and accessible Youtube audio flows.

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Huawei Ascend D1 Quad XL now available from WIND Mobile

Huawei Ascend D1 Quad XL

Following up on the previously leaked promo from WIND Mobile that showed they'd be offering the device eventually, the Huawei Ascend D1 Quad XL has now arrived on the Canadian carrier. At the time of the leak, there was no mention of release date or pricing but now we can report that if you're looking to take one home, you better be prepared to hand over $499 outright. If that seems bit much, you can lower the buy-in cost by opting to get it for $99 on a WINDTab with the Unlimited Wish 40 plan or $349 with the Unlimited Wish 25 plan. Overall, it's a solid device and worth a look.

Source: WIND via: Mobile Syrup

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AT&T buying up more 700MHz spectrum

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The FCC has just released information detailing a deal between AT&T and a company called Broadband Wireless Unlimited for 700MHz spectrum in several markets around the country. Concerned parties have until November 14th to submit complaints on the deal, but if it were to be approved as it stands, AT&T would receive license to more spectrum in the B Block of the 700MHz band — right where it currently operates its LTE network — in specific markets where additional bandwidth is needed.

The markets in question where this spectrum would be applicable are Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, New York, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia. Depending on the market, AT&T would have anywhere between 70 and 125MHz of spectrum available for use post-acquisition.

Source: FCC

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Verizon CFO: “Unlimited” is Just a Word and It’s Going by the Wayside

Verizon’s CFO Fran “ShamWow” Shammo sat down for a chat at the Goldman Sachs Communacopia Conference today to talk about the state of Verizon’s financial business. This is the first time we have heard from Shammo since his company launched Shared Everything data plans, so naturally, we were dying to hear what he had to say [...]

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PSA: Classic Or Value Plan Customers Can Switch To T-Mobile’s UNLIMITED Unlimited 4G Data Plan Without Extending Their Contracts

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Isn’t it silly that we can’t just say “unlimited” and have it mean what it says? In any case, T-Mobile’s recently announced unlimited Unlimited Nationwide 4G data plan is now live on their official site. The new plan offers unlimited data without fear of data caps, overages or throttling. Now there’s nothing holding you back from consuming all the lewd content the web has to offer.

For those T-Mobile customers currently on T-Mo’s “classic” or “value” data plans, it may behoove you to know that you can switch to this new unbridled unlimited plan without extending your contract. I’ve just spoken with countless T-Mobile customers who successfully made the switch, and even got verification from a T-Mobile rep themselves. The more you know. (Queue the rainbow).

[T-Mobile]


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T-Mobile Celebrates 10 Years of Innovation, Offers New Unlimited 4G Data Plan

10 years ago, T-Mobile opened up shop here in the United States. During this time, T-Mo has been a leader in carrier innovation and as we head into the future, they’re making sure that doesn’t change. Starting today, T-Mobile has a new data plan called Unlimited Nationwide 4G. The plan has zero caps, overages, and [...]

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T-Mobile Announces a Truly Unlimited Nationwide “4G” Data Plan, Available September 5

In a time where carriers want nothing more than to charge you an arm and a leg to use their ultra fast data networks, struggling T-Mobile is willing to go the other route and offer you unlimited data for cheap. Announced tonight, T-Mobile is launching a truly unlimited data plan on September 5. This data [...]

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Canadian carriers Bell & Virgin announce new smartphone plans – and we think we have it bad in the US!

As smartphones become more powerful and necessary, demand rises and so do prices. In the USA we complain about carriers over-charging us and limited data plans. All that anger quickly fades when we start seeing what customers in other countries have to pay, though. Take Bell’s and Virgin’s new smartphone plans as an example.

These postpaid plans come in $50 and $65 variants (with a contract). That might sound like one juicy deal when we compare them with smartphone plans from the largest carriers in the US, but all hope dies after you see what these plans include.

Is 200 anytime minutes really fair for that price? 100 MB for the $50 plan and 1 GB for the $65 one? Makes me remember my vacations out of the country. In the US it is easy to get a prepaid phone with unlimited everything for under $40 per month. Unlimited is many times not even an option in other markets, or it is simply too expensive to even consider.

Just remember, we do pay more for our smartphone plans in America, but we sure get much more too. Meanwhile, if you live in Canada and think one of these plans is good enough for you, they are available as of today. And those who go with Bell also get 10 hours of Mobile TV under the $65 plan. Have at it!

[Via: Mobile Syrup]


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Verizon Still Letting Upgrades Keep Unlimited Data?

We aren’t sure if this is the case for every Verizon customer, but so far this week, we have heard from a handful who used an upgrade over the past few days and were still allowed to keep unlimited data. From what we were told when Share Everything plans went live, unlimited data was only [...]

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Sony Music Unlimited gets update to add offline listening for tablets

Sony Music unlimited for both tablets and smartphones have received upgrades in the Google Play Store. The tablet version of the app finally adds offline listening, a feature that phone users have been enjoying for a little while now. The phone version was also updated to allow users to create artist-based internet stations, listen to 30 second previews, install the APK to the SD card, and sign up for new account right from the phone. Get them while they’re hot at the source link ahead. [Google Play Store Phones | Tablets]


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If Your Galaxy S3 Order Arrives and You Think You Lost Unlimited Data, Get Verizon to Fix It

As Galaxy S3 pre-orders arrive at the doorsteps of Verizon customers, we are hearing from quite a few who have noticed that their unlimited data plans may not be represented correctly. As we wrote about ad nauseam, if you pre-ordered before June 28, you were supposed to be able to keep your current plan and [...]

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Wednesday Poll: Upgrading Phone Now, Buying Later at Full Price, or Giving Up Unlimited Data?

Now that Share Everything data plans have started to soak in and most of you understand all of your options, we have a couple of important questions to ask. You know you can keep unlimited data if you’d like, but that means you have to buy phones at full price after June 28. Some of [...]

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Reminder: Pre-ordering the Galaxy S3 on Verizon Allows You to Keep Unlimited Data

Here is one last Share Everything data plan note/reminder and we should have just about covered it all. And actually, we talked about this back when the Galaxy SIII first went up for pre-order, but we have seen some confusion on the subject in the comments and on Twitter and decided to talk about it [...]

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Reminder: You Do NOT Have to Switch to Verizon’s New Share Everything Data Plans – Unlimited Data Can Be Kept

We see in the comments that some users are freaking out a bit and are wondering if they will be forced onto one of Verizon’s new Share Everything plans. The answer is no. Let me say that one more time, so that hopefully, it can be the last. You do not have to switch to [...]

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Verizon Announces Share Everything Plans, Starting at $50 for 1GB of Data and Unlimited Talk/Text

Here they are, folks, shared data plans or as Verizon is referring to them – Share Everything Plans. They just came across the wire and are definitely an interesting approach to wireless plans. This new plan structure will debut on June 28. Let’s try to talk through exactly what we have here.  Verizon is offering [...]

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Pre-order the Galaxy SIII From Verizon and You Keep Your Unlimited Data Plan

When Verizon announced this morning that customers could pre-order the Samsung Galaxy SIII starting June 6 at 7AM, the first question that many asked was, “Do we get to keep our unlimited data plan?” With no shared data plans in sight at this point, it seemed obvious that you would, however, there was a note [...]

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Verizon Officially Clarifies the End of Unlimited Data One More Time – Echoes Our Thoughts From Earlier

Verizon, in an attempt to officially clarify all things unlimited data vs. shared data tiers, has published another note and sent an email to the NY Times that should set the record straight. Let’s just say that this note from Big Red is exactly what we already told you in our clarification post from earlier in the [...]

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Verizon Officially Clarifies the End of Unlimited Data One More Time – Echoes Our Statements From Earlier

Verizon, in an attempt to officially clarify all things unlimited data vs. shared data tiers, has published another note and sent an email to the NY Times that should set the record straight. Let’s just say that this note from Big Red is exactly what we already told you in our clarification post from earlier in the [...]

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Thursday Poll: Bigger Deal – Unlimited Data or 4G LTE?

With all of the talk about unlimited data plans over the last couple of days, we thought we’d throw a twist into the situation with a reader poll to see which is more valuable to the community. What if you had the choice between staying unlimited and on 3G or going onto a tier with [...]

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Verizon Statement on Unlimited Data: Will Let You Know of Policy Changes When We Get Closer to Shared Data

After yesterday’s announcement by Verizon CFO Fran Shammo that unlimited data plans would soon be a thing of the past, VZW spokesperson Brenda Raney has released a statement for the company. In it, she doesn’t talk about the end of unlimited data directly, but instead mentions that if policy changes are to happen when shared [...]

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Verizon CFO: Unlimited Data Plans Going Away, All Users Pushed Onto Shared Data

During the JP Morgan Media and Telecom conference, Verizon’s CFO Fran “ShamWow” Shammo dropped a bomb that most of you are not going to be a fan of. During his talk, he mentioned that unlimited 3G data plans will go away completely when the company introduces shared data plans this summer. Many of you are [...]

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Monday Poll: Are You on a Tiered or Unlimited Data Plan?

It’s quickly coming up on a year that Verizon introduced their tiered data plans. Back then, the idea of tiered data didn’t seem all that swell for folks who came accustomed to unlimited streaming capabilities. Unfortunately, for people who were late to the Big Red party and had to opt for one of the limited packages, they had [...]

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Verizon Announces New Prepaid Plan – Unlimited Talk and Text Plus 1GB of Data for $80

  Verizon announced a new 3G prepaid plan this morning that at least at first glance, appears to be decent. Starting May 1 for $80 per month and no contract, you can take advantage of unlimited talk and text, along with 1GB of data. Normal prepaid plans are already “unlimited” for mobile-to-mobile, but this just [...]

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AT&T introduces new data plans for GoPhone customers

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Want to get into the world of smartphones without getting tied down to a monthly contract? AT&T GoPhone is one of many prepaid options out there, and now AT&T has announced some new data plans set to arrive on the prepaid service from April 22nd –

  • 1 GB – $25
  • 200 MB – $15
  • 50 MB – $5

GoPhone customers who subscribe to either the $50 Unlimited Talk & Text nationwide plan or the $25 Unlimited Text with 250 minutes nationwide plan are eligible to add the services, which are priced to offer twice as much data as earlier rates.

Source: AT&T

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AT&T announces new GoPhone data packages are coming on April 22nd

AT&T announces new GoPhone data packages are coming on April 22nd

Earlier today, AT&T announced it’s bringing new data packages to its pay-as-you-go plans starting on April 22nd. These packages will be available to folks using either the $50 Unlimited Talk & Text or the cheaper, text-only $25 offering. With the recent changes GoPhone’s data bundles will now give you 1GB, 200MB and 50MB for $25, $15 and $5, respectively. Essentially, you’ll be enjoying twice the amount of data while keeping your wallet usage to a minimum. You can check the full PR just past the break.

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Sky Cloud Wifi app ready for Android users

Sky’s published a new Android app today, designed to help its users keep track of and connect to any accessible wi-fi hotspots out there. Thanks to Sky teaming up with UK wi-fi provider The Cloud to grant access to those who get their internet through a Sky Broadband Unlimited package, there’s plenty of them, and the app can display your nearest Cloud hotspot on a map.

You’ll need to sign in with a Sky ID first, then you’ll get this:

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The Sky Cloud WiFi app runs on anything with Android 2.1 of higher and is a modest 4MB download. It’s on the Play Store here.

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Next Issue Released for Android Tablets, 32 Popular Magazines for $9.99 a Month

   Magazine readers rejoice – Next Issue has been released to the Play Store and it offers the top tier titles that everybody craves for. Five major publishers have teamed up to bring their magazines into a single, tablet-only Android app that looks quite polished. For $9.99 a month on the Unlimited Basic subscription plan, [...]

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T-Mobile Price Hike Raises Price of 5GB and 10GB Classic Plans An Extra $5

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More price increases for the #4 carrier in the US. Starting April 4th, new customers who sign up for either one of T-Mobile’s 5GB or 10GB “Classic Unlimited” plans will be paying an extra $5 a month for those data services. Those that signed up for these services before April 4th will be grandfathered in, no problem.

This could be seen as a move by T-Mobile to make their Value plans more attractive to new customers but no matter which way you look at, this probably wont go over too well for customers possibly considering making an upgrade to the higher data plan. But I guess T-Mobile’s gotta do what they can to stay afloat — even after all that spectrum and $4 billion they received from AT&T.

[TMoNews]


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TELUS Tablet Flex plan gives you Unlimited Data (for two amazing months)

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All Canadian readers, you may want to check oot this offer from TELUS, giving you two months of unlimited data fro $5/month. It also looks like the activation fee will be waived off.

[via mobilesyrup]


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Sony Music Unlimited Update Brings Offline Playback

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Sony just issued an update to their Unlimited Music service that should please a great deal of their subscribers. You can now make songs available for playback offline. Any playlist you’ve made can be made available offline for those situations where an internet connection is either terribly slow or nonexistent. Unfortunately Galaxy Nexus users are still left out of the compatibility fold. Hopefully Sony takes care of those folks in due time. Get the 9.2MB update from the Play Store here.


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