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America Movil, the parent company of Tracfone and 9 other MVNO brands, lost a total of 164,000 lines in the 2nd quarter of 2019. The total subscriber base was at 21.4 million at the end of June, down 3.1% from a year earlier. Excluding Safelink, the net loss was 72,000 subscribers, compared to growth of 206,000 in Read more…

$10.00 – that’s what Verizon says it will charge customers (per month, per smartphone) for the next generation of wireless networks. 5G service, expected to launch in downtown Chicago and Minneapolis on April 11, will be limited to customers with unlimited plans and compatible devices. Eventually, Verizon wants to launch 5G in more than 30 cities during Read more…

According to an article in PrePaid Phone News (link below), the highly anticipated T-Mobile and Sprint merger is on hold (again) as the FCC announced another pause to the review stage. The announcement was made after it decided to examine “significant new information” that the agency received that could potentially raise some concerns on the proposed merger. Read more…

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Big Blue’s turn. According to information gathered from a Cricket Store, AT&T has “announced” (at least internally) their EOL (End of Life) for 3G (devices activation AND the network itself.)  The date is January 1 2020, and according to the information, after that date you will no longer be able to activate devices that do not support Read more…

According to an article in PrePaid Phone News (link below), after April 30, 2019,  users with 3G devices will no longer be able to activate them on the Sprint networks, including all Sprint MVNOs. The devices activated before April 30 will be able to continue using them. However, they will no longer get updates over the air. Read more…

According to an article in Law 360 (link below), a Florida man has initiated a class action lawsuit against Tracfone Wireless,  accusing the company of violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by sending spam advertising texts using an autodialer. Brian Gallant accuses Tracfone of sending a text, advertising the company’s specials and promoting its business on Dec. Read more…

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