Total Wireless Is The Total Package For Everyone

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Once in a while, a deal comes along that is so good, you have to do a double take on it. Total Wireless is one of these deals. From free devices to a four line family plan that runs under $100 a month, Total Wireless has the perfect deal for everyone. On top of that, Total Wireless uses the Verizon LTE network, the fastest and most reliable LTE network in the country. To see just how much Total can save you over Verizon, you simply need to look at your monthly bill. Currently, a two line plan on Verizon with 8 GB of data is $70.00 per month, plus a $20.00 per line device charge. Once you add taxes to that $110.00 bill, you come out near $135.00 a month. That same 8GB plan on Total wireless is just $57.00 a month when you sign up for auto-refill. That’s a savings of almost $1000.00 a year.


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From the smallest voice and text plans to a 15GB Shared family plan, there is a great money saver for everyone. From $25.00 a month for the unlimited talk and text plan to a $35 a month unlimited talk, text and data plan, the individual user isn’t penalized for not having more people to add to their plan. Family plans can run be even less per line due to the fact that the lines are actually billed together, which lowers the cost of the plan per line to a lowly $23.75 per line on the largest family offering.


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Obviously, when you are dealing with the best network in the US, coverage is not going to be a problem. With the largest and most reliable 4G LTE network in the nation, Total Wireless has coverage when and where you need it most. If you are used to the coverage that Verizon gives you and haven’t had the opportunity to save with other MVNO’s, Total Wireless has you covered.


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Just in case saving a thousand dollars a year wasn’t enough for you, let’s take a look at the amazing deals that Total Wireless offers on devices for you. From free phones to $9.99 hot spots, Total Wireless has more for less. From saving almost $100 on the latest Galaxy S7 to completely free phones for the kids, Total Wireless has an assortment of devices from Apple, Samsung, LG, Alcatel and more just waiting for you to grab. Want the kids to have an iPhone at a reasonable cost, how about a new iPhone 5s for just $149.99?


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To make a simple story even more simple, Total Wireless is out to save you money. You aren’t going to pay for carrier stores and sales people that frustrate you. You aren’t going to pay for some corporate discount that someone else is getting. Most importantly, you aren’t going to continue to pay into a shareholder’s pocket for service that you almost have to have in today’s day and age. Total Wireless gives you the best deal on the best network, hands down. If you are ready to save, click the banner link below and get free ground shipping on any order of $9.99 or more. This is a limited time savings, so grab it now before it’s gone.

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Grab A Moto Z And Get A Free offGRID Power Pack Or JBL SoundBoost Speaker Mod

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One of the best ideas to come out of the smartphone industry of late is the introduction of the modular smartphone. Lenovo’s Moto Z series is one of the best in the game at making this concept fit just about anyone out there. If you are a music lover, there are JBL powered stereo speakers available. If you are camera freak, they have the Hassleblad True Zoom that features a 10x optical zoom and incredible image quality. If you like to share your device at parties, why not use the Moto Insta-Share Projector to put it on the big screen. They even just have a clip on external battery that will add 22 hours of battery life to your phone. The only thing that could make the Moto-Mod’s better, is if you could get one included for free with your device. Fortunately the good folks at Motorola have you covered and you can get your choice of the JBL SoundBoost Speaker or the Incipio offGRID Power Pack for free right now.

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The Incipio offGRID Power Pack isn’t simply an extended battery pack for your Moto Z, it’s a 22 hour life extending, wireless charging, non-bulk adding addition to your device that will keep you going for days instead of hours. The dual compatible wireless charging system works with both Qi and PMA chargers and even features an efficiency mode to tell you when to charge to get the most out of your device. Even better, the offGRID can be customized to be as individual as your phone is. Click the link below to grab your free offGRID Power Pack with your purchase of a Moto Z .

Purchase the Moto Z and receive a FREE Incipio offGRID Power Pack with code MOTOZPOWER. For a Limited Time Only at Motorola.com

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If a bit of extra power is still on your want list for your new Moto Z, the JBL SoundBoost Speaker not only brings out more sound from your Moto, but also provides an additional 10 hours of listening time. The high quality speaker system also provides users with an excellent calling experience when using the speakerphone function. As an added bonus, the SoundBoost includes a kickstand for watching videos with amazing audio experience through the stereo sound speakers. Click the link below to grab the JBL SoundBoost Speaker for free with your purchase of the Moto Z from Motorola.

Purchase the Moto Z and receive a FREE JBL SoundBoost Speaker with code MOTOZSOUND. For a Limited Time Only at Motorola.com

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FreedomPop Offers Up New Labor Day Specials

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The mighty little VoIP carrier than can is back one more time with some great deals for the holiday weekend. Starting today, users can pick up the Netgear Fuze 4G LTE hotspot with 4 times the normal amount of data for a lowly $29.99. The Fuze is a strong hotspot offering that features good battery life, easy to use controls and full SPARK LTE speeds on the Sprint Network. If you have been waiting to upgrade to a new LTE hotspot or just want to take a load off your existing cellular data plan, the Netgear Fuze is a great way to get started with that.

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Moving on, there are a bevy of 4G LTE smartphones available that start at $29.99 as well.  At the entry level, we have the HTC Desire 510 at $29.99. The 510 features a 5MP camera and 4GB of internal memory. It’s really a starter device for those that just want something to message and browse with on the go, but at $29.99, it’s a steal!  Moving up $10 get’s users into the 8GB Moto E 2nd Gen device. Also equipped with a 5MP shooter and Android Lollipop, the Moto E is perfect for kids and adults that want to play a bit more with their devices, without spending much more money.

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The last offering for the 4G LTE smartphones offers that comes in under $50 is the Kyocera Hydro Vibe. The Vibe is a bit more durable model that features an 8MP camera and a rugged, waterproof design. It’s a bit limited by it’s 4GB of internal storage, but for those looking for a tough device that will hold up in harsh environments, the Vibe is a great, low cost solution.

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Finally, the most powerful of the 4G LTE smartphones on the Labor Day deal, the Samsung Galaxy S7. This 32GB device features a 12MP camera, QHD display and more power than most people need in their device. The $449.99 price tag puts this CPO device in a gorgeous position to become your go-to device for years to come. All in all, there’s the perfect device for everyone during this double the data promo from FreedomPop. Grab one for yourself today before the supply runs out.

T-Mobile’s Latest Uncarrier Move Is Not What Anyone Really Wants

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T-Mobile’s new Uncarrier move is a total flop for consumers. The new One Plan is nothing short of a disaster for consumers that don’t need unlimited data and it will force users that don’t need it on to a plan that features it. While we appreciate the effort to keep things simple, if there is one thing the industry has taught us, it’s that one size does NOT fit all…

Highlights: All plans include unlimited mobile data (throttled at 26GB), SD Video via Binge On, Streaming Music via Music Freedom and 2G tethering for external devices.

Costs: $70 for line one, $50 for line two and $20 for all other lines – up to 8 total.

Add Ons: $15 for 5GB of LTE tethering (per line), $25 HD Video streaming (per line), $5 for non-use of Auto Pay services (per account)

What this amounts to is T-Mobile pulling a major rate hike when most consumers won’t need the additional services. Look for Magenta to start bleeding a few subscribers back to Sprint’s truly unlimited deals before too long.

How does it measure up for a two line consumer?

AT&T – 5GB $100  –  15GB $130  –  25GB $205

Verizon Wireless – 4GB $90  –  12GB $110  –  28GB $150

Sprint – 3GB $70  –  12GB $100  –  Unlimited (possible dep. at 20GB) $160

T-Mobile SIMPLE CHOICE (old) – 4GB $80  –  12GB $110  – Unlimited (possible dep. at 26GB) $170

T-Mobile One (new) – Unlimited (dep. at 26GB – top 3%) $120

Loosely translated, the big boys are catching up with T-Mobile’s lower pricing, so they are trying something dramatic to shake things up with their “unlimited” option. The questions that remain after today’s announcement are if this will roll over to their prepaid offerings as well, and what does this mean to the plethora of MVNO’s that operate under the T-Mobile network. Will Republic Wireless be able to offer their super low cost data plans going forward? Is one plan going to be enough choice for the average consumer and will all the add on fees deter too many users? What does this mean for the lower cost branding, MetroPCS? Will their model also change with their ownership’s?

There’s far too many questions and possible answers to even start a dialog on that topic, but for now, The new T-Mobile One plan options just look to be another way for T-Mobile to add-on a few more fees to your bill to let you really enjoy your service. We’d recommend a pass on this one and say take a look at Republic Wireless or Net10 Wireless if you want to keep your bill under $100 for two lines.

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Amazon Thinks A Few Ads Are Worth $50

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There’s no doubt that the Amazon Fire Phone missed the mark with the end user. Even though it was a great device with some crazy cutting edge features, the price point and bugginess of the OS just didn’t make it a favorite with users. This hasn’t stopped them from continuing on into the mobile space though. Today, Amazon announced their new Prime Exclusive Phones. The Moto G4 and BLU R1HD are both up for grabs in the new program and both devices feature a hefty $50 discount for the ability for Amazon to set an advertisement on your lockscreen.

The BLU R1 HD is available in two configurations. The first a $99 handset that is discounted to $49.99 with the Prime Exclusive deal. This model features 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage. The second is a $109.99 handset that drops to $59.99. The upgrades the RAM to 2GB and the storage to 16GB. The specs for the BLU R1 HD are listed here:

    • Fast 1.3 GHz quad-core MediaTek 6735 ARM Cortex processor with 16 GB Internal memory and 2 GB RAM
    • Enjoy the best of Google Android 6.0 Marshmallow, including Google Maps, Gmail, Play Store, and more
    • Offers and ads, including personalized deals and recommendations, display on the phone’s lockscreen
    • Dual SIM and MicroSD support for up to 64 GB of expandable storage
    • Stunning 5″ HD display with curved Gorilla Glass 3 protection, plus an 8 MP main camera and 5 MP selfie camera that includes a front-facing LED flash
    • 4G LTE plus GSM unlocked for your favorite compatible carrier or for international travel (including AT&T, T-Mobile; not compatible with Verizon or Sprint)

The Moto G4 is also available in 2 configurations. The 16GB and 32GB models both feature 2GB of RAM and carry price tags of $149.99 and $179.99 respectively. The Moto G4 continues the Motorola tradition of being an exceptional value with a spec sheet worth of a phone costing quite a bit more:

    • Fast 4G LTE speed, an up to 1.5 GHz octa-core processor, 2 GB of RAM, and a bright 5.5″ full HD (1080p) display ensures videos and games run smoothly and look great
    • Enjoy the best of Google Android 6.0 Marshmallow, including Google Maps, Gmail, Play Store, and more
    • Offers and ads, including personalized deals and recommendations, display on the phone’s lockscreen
    • Take brilliant photos with the 13 MP HD camera or snap group shots with a 5 MP wide-angle selfie cam. Add up to 128 GB of additional storage with a microSD card
    • The all-day battery includes TurboPower charging which provides up to 6 hours of use in just 15 minutes
    • Unlocked and carrier-friendly, works with all major carrier networks domestically or abroad (including AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon)

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Both devices are available from Amazon right now, but we have a feeling that these will sell out very quickly. Frankly with just the “ad” being placed on the lockscreen, we can’t see a reason not to take the $50 discount if you are already a prime member. The worst thing that could happen is that you find yourself buying a few new items that you may not have needed. As far as our choice goes, obviously, the $179.99 Moto G4 is a steal, but the money saving side of us really loves the 16GB BLU R1 HD for under $60. Ironically, both models ship free with Prime.

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Grab The Unlocked Asus Zenfone 2 Laser For $199

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Have you been looking for a great deal on a GSM handset to use with AT&T or T-Mobile? The Asus Zenfone 2 Laser should certainly fit the bill, and with it’s price falling under $200 for the 32GB model, it’s the perfect time to grab yourself a new device.

    • Unlocked GSM Dual Active SIM Smartphone compatible on GSM Networking including AT&T and T-Mobile
    • Powerful performance with 3GB RAM and Qualcomm Octa-Core Processor
    • 5.5″ IPS Full HD Display protected by Gorilla Glass 4; 13MP Rear and 5MP Front Camera
    • Equipped with Laser Autofocus Technology for camera focusing 2-3 faster than traditional smartphone cameras
    • High-capacity 3000 mAh battery – Replaceable for increased longevity

Overall the specs on the Zenfone 2 Laser puts the device is the mid-to-upper range models of today’s offerings. The $199 price tag matches that rating nicely, though the mark down from $229 certainly makes the device much more tempting to grab before they sell out or go back up to regular price.

If you’re in the market for a new device to use the a GSM network, hit up the link below to grab yours today.

Amazon – http://amzn.to/1T3r6ob

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Dear Manufacturers: Bring Back The Thick Phone…

If there is one trend in mobile that EVERYONE seems to be partaking in lately, it’s bigger phones with more screen real estate. The second, and almost as popular trend is making phones as thin as possible. Whether this means they have a bulging camera, or an inferior design, thin has taken on the phablet as the silliest design concept ever invented. Remember the days of the Zoolander phone, where they were trying to make one as tiny as possible? Now it seems that big and flat is the design trend of the masses. What they don’t think about is what you give up to give that new device that slim line and how much better a device could be with a bit more heft to it.

For example, I’m currently holding a shiny, gold Galaxy Note 5. It measures a meager .3” thick and weighs just 6 ounces. That’s crazy for a device that offers so much power to be so thin. Which makes one wonder, that if they had just made it as thick as it is with the Spigen Neo Hybrid Carbon case is, how much more could they have done? The case adds a solid 1/16”-1/8” of thickness to the phone. If that space could be appropriated to the battery, that would mean a full 2.5 cubic inches of room that could be used to increase the capacity of the battery. This could theoretically mean a 4000mAh battery instead of a 3000 mAh battery would be used in the device. That would mean an additional 2-4 hours of screen on time without using a power saving mode. All for an 1/8” used correctly.

Manufacturers have become so intent on building the ‘perfect’ feeling phone, that they’ve forgotten that the first thing most people do is throw a thick, protective case on the device. If they took the route that many of the backup battery/case companies did, and built this into the design of the device, you would see a major improvement in devices lasting through a full day of use, rather than just making it from charger to charger throughout the day. The Alegant Galaxy Note 5 Battery Case is a great example of how they can ‘blow up’ the device and get a solid look to it. This particular battery adds 4200mAh of power to the device without adding more than a 1/4” of bulk to it.

Perhaps we can stop the talk of creating the thinnest phone ever by creating the longest lasting phones since Nokia ruled the planet. Maybe they will start putting a premium on power instead of ultra-thin designs. Everyone will like them for that one, even if it’s not the most fashion forward look on the planet.

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