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If you're on a Verizon Unlimited data plan and you consume more than 200GB of data per month, you have until Feb. 16 to move to another plan, or carrier.
Evan Blass has leaked a mid-range, 8-inch tablet that could be headed for Verizon. Is this tablet going to change the market? Hint: nah.
The nation's most popular wireless carrier might be able to help out a sagging branch of Verizon's business. And some customers may get a big deal.
In reality, data is really, really cheap to move. But if you’re an internet service provider, add infrastructure, maintenance, repair and expansion costs and you have yourself a bill or two to pay off. So, why not make someone other than your customers foot that bill? AT&T’s been doing Data Perks — surveys done on behalf of third parties for up to an extra gigabyte of data a month.
But Verizon will likely beat out Big Orange to reach what looks to be a high bar for “sponsored data” implementation as it begins testing on free data on selective content. [...]
Motorola's newest Droid is a power-packed smartphone with a shatterproof display – but is it worth its hefty price? Find out in our Droid Turbo 2 review!
Comcast may have stomped all over T-Mobile’s begging for an acquisition with this move, but it’s a weird one, indeed.
Comcast CEO Brian Roberts said in the Q3 company’s earnings call that he is ready to act upon a three-year-old agreement with Verizon to set up as an MVNO using the latter’s network. Test runs are scheduled after a required six-month waiting period. Where we are in that time frame is unknown.
The 2011 agreement, in which Comcast gave Verizon spectrum, also allowed the Philadelphia-based telco the right to resell Verizon Wireless [...]
Samsung’s new mobile payment system has been catching on in South Korea and it’s had pretty good take-up from retail and carrier partners in the United States. One blaring omission from the cell provider list, though, was the big red check. The diss was not a first we’ve seen from Verizon. In a turn of face, Verizon is now preparing to get Samsung Pay ready for its 2015 model year flagships.
Samsung Pay will be supported on compatible Verizon smartphones (Galaxy S 6, S 6 edge, Note5, S6 edge +) through a future software update.
It’s always fun to look at leaks, speculate, pontificate and exaggerate upon them. That is, leaks for devices. Selling private information for investors to trade on before everyone else knows? That’s plain illegal. We don’t often talk about cases of this ilk, but it’s important that we keep in mind the ever-present underbelly of the industries we deal with.
60-year-old James Dunham, a former exec at a Verizon Wireless retail franchise, was sentenced to five months’ prison time, five months of home confinement afterward and a penalty of $76,000 on a [...]
Perhaps that check mark needs to become a full-blown crosshatch. Verizon is one of the major US cell service providers using the CDMA standard instead of the more open and cross-compatible GSM standard. In short, it means that taking a non-Verizon phone to Verizon is more difficult than a similar case for AT&T or T-Mobile. Verizon had this problem when activating SIMs for the iPhone 6 and Nexus 6, both phones containing antennas for all four major US networks. It’s the same case for the Moto X Pure Edition and so far, we haven’t gotten any word of problems from the GSM [...]
Adam Doud propped some major points against buying a new phone with your carrier in this weekend’s debate post. If you haven’t taken a look at his post, please do so to grab some context.
But at this point, I think it’s time for some B sides to this discussion. Not only a counterargument, but a hybrid proposal that could break your perception of the usefulness of a contract.No contract, but no credit
Even though our “big four” carriers in the US are striding away from the model ever so slowly, in this day and age, we’re really [...]
Some called the Motorola Droid Turbo "the phone the Moto X should have been." See if they were right in After The Buzz 47: the Droid Turbo review 2015!
Slowly but surely, Lollipop its making its way to the flagships of yore. The Verizon Galaxy Note 3 Lollipop update is now available!
The Verizon Nexus 6 is finally happening. All of you who want the latest pure-Android, will be able to pre-order on March 12, or grab one in-store March 19.
Verizon's new DROID is everything you could want in a smartphone – on paper. Find out how that translates to the real world in our DROID Turbo review!
Is a 21MP sensor enough to overcome Motorola's rep for ho-hum cameras? Find out with these DROID Turbo camera samples from our first day with the device!