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  • Virgin Mobile today announced its contract-free pay-as-you-go mobile broadband plan, dubbed “Broadband2Go.”

    Virgin Mobile Launches Pay-As-You-Go Mobile Broadband

  • They claim they'd love to sell phones contract-free at retail -- you're just not interested.

    Boing Boing

  • Apple selling contract-free iPhones at retail stores (TheAppleBlog)

    What to Read on the GigaOM Network

  • Nearly all consumers already carry a cellphone and many consumers are moving to less-expensive, contract-free offerings.

    Surge of iPhones Fuels AT

  • Drew Dowell and Roger Cheng discuss how the two telecom giants are faring as consumers are moving to less expensive, contract-free offerings.

    Verizon's Net Drops; Wireless Gains Slow

  • Verizon Wireless will introduce a new unlimited prepaid plan nationally this week, taking on rivals Sprint Nextel Corp. and MetroPCS Communications Inc. as they continue to add customers seeking contract-free service.

    Verizon to Push $50 Unlimited Prepaid Plan

  • The iPhone 3GS and Nexus One are both offered in contract and contract-free variations.

    Smart Phone ThrowDown | CurveHouse.com

  • And you'll essentially be paying anyway for your phone, since AT&T seemingly plans to charge the same $70-plus monthly fees for service to the contract-free iPhones — a portion of which, as with other non-prepaid cell phone service, is actually a reimbursement to the carrier for the subsidized cost of the device.

    Consumer Electronics and Tech news briefs

  • AT&T offers contract-free iPhonesThe wireless service provider is making good on a promise it made last year.

    Consumer Electronics and Tech news briefs

  • And you'll essentially be paying anyway for your phone, since AT&T seemingly plans to charge the same $70-plus monthly fees for service to the contract-free iPhones—a portion of which, as with other non-prepaid cell phone service, is actually a reimbursement to the carrier for the subsidized cost of the device.

    Consumer Electronics and Tech news briefs

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