T-Mobile unthrottles unlimited data Video
T-Mobile unthrottles unlimited data Video Transcript
Bringing you unlimited amounts of tech knowledge I'm Bridget Carey and this is your CNET updating. You've heard reports an AT&T and Verizon putting more restrictions on data plans but here's a twist aria. T-Mobile will launch a truly unlimited data plan beginning in September 5. A passenger data throttling T-Mobile is offering the same thing that sprint has been offering but T-Mobile does it for cheaper. Let's look at sprint starting price for unlimited data for eighty dollars a month you're limited to 450. Voice minutes if you want unlimited data. And unlimited time that a 110 dollars. But on T-Mobile eighty dollars -- yet 500 minutes a little more and ninety dollars gets you unlimited voice. You can even get that price dropped lower if you bringing your own phone but keep in mind with -- -- new plane you won't be able to use the phone. -- hot spot at all the old plants will still be around. Square isn't the only mobile payments service -- humans -- -- has partnered with discover to expand its digital wallet footprint. All businesses that hate discover would be able to also let customers paying with a PayPal account. But there's no word yet on how battle all work all we know is that it doesn't require store owners to install the equipment the service will roll out next year. And evidence keeps rolling in that the next I found -- out September 21. The latest clue over Eizenstat have been told they can't take vacation that day or the following week. Also next month that we should finally hear about the price and launch date. Of the new Nintendo Wii U console Nintendo is holding a press and New York City on September 13. And -- -- of America president will be necessary act it's got something important to say. But and fad Nintendo news -- and in an -- for the magazine Nintendo power. It will publish its last issue this year after 24 years of publishing about upcoming -- tips and -- these magazines were so important to players before the Internet. Reports say Nintendo power couldn't strike up a new contract -- intended to keep the magazine -- You know that this technology that -- -- capturing human movement for animated movies like Shrek -- avatar is used to design cars. Got an -- -- a demo of ports and virtual reality buck for the new Ford Fusion hybrid. Engineers to build a virtual version of a car's interior. And -- -- virtual reality capture system with headgear and gloves to simulate -- driver in that environment they test to see how comfortable it is for drivers to reach different knobs -- compartments. You can see more of the technology. Engineers -- the full video on our blog cnet.com slash update. That your tech news round up for today from our studios in New York Cambridge carried.
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