Cox expands its 1TB data caps to more territories
Customers in Arizona, Louisiana, Las Vegas, and Oklahoma will be charged for using more than 1TB a month.
The Engadget Podcast Ep 28: Disconnection Notice
The return of nudity, unlimited data and the importance of unplugging.
Verizon's new prepaid plans give customers even more options
$50 per month gets you 5GB of data, or 10GB for $70.
Sprint coaxes you away from Verizon with double data
Company's new S-M-L-XL-XXL bundles offer double or more data for the same price as Big Red.
Verizon nixes phone subsidies and simplifies its data plans
Google Fi is looking reeeeeaaaaaallllll good right about now.
Two more AT&T prepaid plans will offer data rollover
Looks like AT&T is the latest carrier to hop onto the "data rollover" bandwagon. The company r...
Sprint is ready to throttle its unlimited data plans, but only in 'congested' areas
It was a big promise: unlimited data, without quotes, throttling or restrictions. Sprint CEO Dan H...
T-Mobile clarifies just when its monthly tablet data is truly free
T-Mobile's offer of 200MB in free monthly data for tablet owners seemed too good to be true, and t...
US Cellular officially jumps on the shared data bandwagon
Everyone else is doing it, so why can't US Cellular. The smaller carrier is getting into the share...