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If you have an old or beaten up Android smartphone that powers up, Visible is sending you a ZTE-made Visible R2 in return.
Verizons new sub-carrier service promises unlimited data with limited speeds. Will that limit what you can do for $40 per month? Not necessarily.
In fact, new or existing customers to Verizon's newest budget carrier effort are eligible to get the credits if they bring or buy a phone and get it on.
ZTE has had a long and rough patch dealing with an imports ban, but it has notched its first US carrier partnership since with the R2.
The Verizon-backed carrier is now selling phones to its young and adaptive customers and is bringing Android users along for the wild ride.
The millennial-targeting carrier is planning on spreading its $40 per month service from iPhones to Android devices this month.
Verizon's testing a new take on cell service which cuts down on resources to deliver affordable connectivity. Why not make it more affordable for Christmas?
It's a collaboration space between The Fader, Hypebeast and SoundCloud with live music, art and merch. All behind a fake phone repair shop.
It's in early access and requires a code to join in for $40 per month service. There's unlimited data, but with some asterisks.