America’s largest carrier by the number of subscribers, Verizon, has introduced a new monthly prepaid plan for $40, which gives customers 2GB of high-speed data, ‘Always-On Data,’ unlimited international text messaging to over 200 countries, as well as ‘Carry Over’ data for unused high-speed data.
Last weekend, Verizon announced its new unlimited plan, offering customers truly unlimited data for at first $80 a month, which was later revised to $110. This announcement followed many months of Verizon explaining how customers did not really want unlimited data, seemingly as a defense against T-Mobile and Sprint’s unlimited offerings, joined by AT&T late last year.
Verizon Wireless, America’s largest carrier, has introduced two new LTE-connected Android Wear 2.0 watches, and they are not what you think they are.
Not long ago, Verizon marked an official end to its truly unlimited data plan. What previously thought was gone for good, is now making a return. For a whopping $110 per month, Verizon network subscribers can obtain unlimited text, call and high-speed data access.
T-Mobile is approaching this week’s ‘T-Mobile Tuesday‘ a bit different than usual. Instead of the gifts being limited to just T-Mobile subscribers, the carrier is opening them up to everyone, sort of. Here’s what we mean.
Just about everyone understated how well the Google Pixel would perform on the market. Part of the reason for this is because of Google’s multi-million dollar ad campaign used to market the Google Pixel devices. Units continue to fly off the shelves like hot cakes, even at Verizon.
While T-Mobile was busy wowing customers at CES 2017 with its new One plan, Verizon used its opportunity to introduce some less exciting changes. The upgrade fee for a new device has been raised from $20 to $30 and 2-year contracts are no longer a thing, even for existing customers.
Smartphones are less phones than they are handheld computers. As people use them more for things like Facebook and less for making calls, smartphone usage has skyrocketed while smartphone battery capacities have increased just slightly. While users wait for battery technology to catch up, battery packs from companies like Mophie can help.