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The People’s Operator Introduces New Infinity Unlimited Plan

Mobile virtual network operator The People’s Operator is debuting a new rate plan called Infinity, and it offers customers unlimited data for as low as $55 a month. Those who are interested must note a few things though. For one, the Infinity unlimited plan is only made available to customers who possess CDMA compatible mobile devices.

MVNOs Are Making A Comeback

You may have already heard of some of these MVNOs.

AT&T Completes Acquisition Of Software Assets, Personnel From Carrier IQ

Years before Edward Snowden made his revelations regarding the United States National Security Agency (NSA), there was a company called Carrier IQ, which became an embodiment of Big Brother monitoring every move a mobile user makes on his smartphone. Then, Carrier IQ was carrying out its stalking duties on behalf of wireless carriers and mobile manufacturers, supposedly with the aim of improving overall user experience.


Looking For Cheap BYOD Deals? Try These Phone Plans

If you are one of those who do not mind jumping from one carrier to another without having to get a new smartphone, then a bring your own device deal (BYOD deal) is definitely right up your alley. Wireless carriers all across the United States offer BYOD deals of every shape and size, but if you really want to enjoy some savings, you can do well to approach mobile virtual network operators (MVNOS), small companies that rent network space from major wireless carriers. Let us take a closer look at a few of them and the BYOD deals they offer.


AT&T Gets Hit With $25 Million Fine By The FCC Over Stolen Customer Data

US major wireless carrier AT&T recently reached a $25 million settlement with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) over customer information that was stolen from three international call centers.


The customer data was stolen from contracted call center companies located in Mexico, Colombia, and the Philippines. The data breach basically involved the unauthorized disclosure of names, social security numbers (full or partial), and other protected account information of nearly 280,000 customers in the United States.