Sprint Intros $35 ‘Data Boost’ Plan for Boost Mobile, Unlimited Talk and Text With 2.5GB of Data

Sprint introduced a new plan for Boost Mobile customers this afternoon – the Data Boost. With Data Boost, Boost Mobile users can receive unlimited talk, text, and 2.5GB of high-speed data, all for $35.

The plan goes live February 3, but to take advantage of the cheap price, customers will need to be enrolled with auto pay, which knocks a few bucks from your monthly bill. On that date, you can head on into a Boost Mobile retail location or hit up their website to sign up.  (more…)

Sony Music Entertainment Launches Rockin’ Goat Onto Google Play

Sony Music Entertainment launched Rockin’ Goat this week onto Android and iOS, focusing on the life of a goat who wants to start the greatest rock and roll band of all time.

The game is a basic platformer, where you ram obstacles and jump over others. At first, the game is very hard to figure out with regard to what you can ram through and what you need to jump over, but once you learn the course, it isn’t that bad.  (more…)

Report: Google Strikes Deal With Sprint, Will Sell Wireless Service as MVNO in 2015

According to reports from both Businessweek and The Wall Street Journal, Google has reached a deal with Sprint to lease capacity on its network, then run its own wireless service for customers as a MVNO. As reported yesterday, Google was also looking to use T-Mobile’s network for its service, but that has yet to be substantiated.  (more…)

Wednesday Poll: Does a Google-Operated Wireless Service Interest You?

After today’s news of Google looking to possibly become a wireless carrier that uses T-Mobile and Sprint networks for service, our comments section exploded. Right now, we know very little other than this service could launch this year.

Putting aside the lack of information, if Google made a prepaid/postpaid type of service plan, based on pricing and coverage areas of both Sprint and T-Mobile, is this something that would interest you?

Clearly, we all have a fondness for Google, but let’s hear your take and honest opinion on if you think Google could make this work.

Does a Google-operated wireless service interest you?

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