Feel like you don't have enough shared data on your current smartphone plan? AT&T has a deal worth looking at, but it's only available for a limited time.
Not to complain too much, but it's getting tricky to keep track of all these promotions.
Wireless carriers continue to one-up each other, as T-Mobile boosts the data offered through its entry-level wireless plan to 2GB.
Sprint is late to the game, but now it also has a $100 shared data bundle that you can share between family members. But unlike the 10GB typically offered by its rivals, Sprint is offering 20GB.
Forget about shared data plans. If you've got a smartphone and a Wi-Fi only tablet, Verizon has a new offering that may better suit your needs.
The Federal Communication Commission called out Verizon last week for its plans to throttle customers with unlimited data plans who use the most data, so the carrier responded by noting that rival wireless providers do the exact same thing.
Tom Wheeler's sharply worded letter questions why Verizon is singling out customers with unlimited plans
The third-place carrier may take part in the mobile data price wars after all.
The top 5 percent of data users will see slower speeds at congested cell sites, Sprint warns.
If you fret about going over your cellular data plan's limits every month, DataMan Pro is a great app for keeping within your means.