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[Deal Alert] T-Mobile's Prepaid 3-In-1 SIM Card Starter Kits Are $0.99 (Down From $15)

Grabbing a new SIM card might not be on your priority list every day, let alone right before Christmas, but if you were thinking about giving T-Mobile a try or if the uncarrier's tactics have made you curious and you want to check its network coverage and plans, now might be the best time to give it a go.

T-Mobile's SIM Starter Kits, which contain a prepaid Nano SIM Card with Micro and Standard SIM adapters, are seeing their price slashed to next to nothing.

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LG Is Giving Out A $100 Rebate Toward Verizon's G4 And V10, Which You Can Combine With The Carrier's Black Friday Promotion

Black Friday is coming this Thursday, and Verizon has a number of deals aimed at enticing people in the market for a new phone. One is a $100 discount on phones priced at $400 or higher, which we've seen advertised alongside the LG V10.

Now LG has an offer that sweetens the arrangement further.

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Report: Google Offering A $150 Consolation Credit For Chromebook Pixel LTE Owners Screwed Over By Verizon

In case we didn't make it clear with yesterday's post, we were more than a little miffed at Verizon's dismissal of Chromebook Pixel LTE owners. The company told customers that it had unceremoniously ended Google's free 100MB/month data bundle for the Pixel LTE after just one year, despite the initial two-year service promotion. Today Google is offering a consolation prize to those customers who bought the Chromebook Pixel LTE from the Play Store: a $150 refund credit.

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According to ComputerWorld's JR Raphael, who broke the original Verizon-Google story, Google will be sending $150 prepaid VISA cards to customers who bought the $1450 Pixel LTE while the promotion was still being advertised.

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Google Wallet Is Discontinuing The Google Prepaid Card, You Have Until October 17th 2012 To Use Remaining Balance

Well, that just came right the flip out of nowhere. Google just sent out an email informing Google Wallet users that, as of September 17th, you will no longer be able to add funds to your Google Prepaid Card. After that, you have one month to spend any remaining balance, before it's no longer available. You can still receive a refund for the balance here, though, so Google's not just stealing your money. You will have to wait about 8 weeks to receive a refund, though. Also, refunds won't actually start until October 17th.

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The search giant explains that this move is happening because you can now add any debit or credit card to Google Wallet.

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