T-Mobile is bringing back unlimited data. Before you get too excited, there's a catch. Customers can't tether their smartphone to their computer or use it as a mobile hotspot. T-Mobile's new plan will cost between $69.99 a month or $89.99. The unlimited data plan would go into effect on September 5. Only T-Mobile and Sprint now offer unlimited data.
If you have a gas dryer, you'll want to listen up. LG Electronics is recalling thousands of gas dryers because of a fire risk. The recall involves 21,000 LG dryers and Sears Kenmore Elite brand dryers. Apparently, the dryer keeps going after the cycle is done and the high heat scorches clothes. Consumers are urged to stop using them immediately and call the retailer where the dryer was purchased.
You can't pass the salt at Boston Market. The restaurant chain has announced salt shakers will no longer be on its tables. They're also cutting the sodium by 20 percent in three signature items, including the rotisserie chicken, mac and cheese and mashed potatoes. Instead of salt, Boston Market will add garlic and herbs.
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