LG recently announced their flagship smartphone, the LG G6, at MWC 2017 in Barcelona, Spain. Instead of revising the LG G5 or LG V2o, the South Korean company set out to create something totally new and revolutionary. The LG G6 is the successor to last year’s LG G5, which was a bitter disappoint. LG is hoping this won’t be the case this time around, as they have put every last bit of thought and consideration into the new G6, making it an unfamiliar grand [Read More]
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.
Given all the headliners about US cellular carriers this week, we thought we’d follow-up with a simple poll. Unlimited this, unlimited that, limited, or not unlimited that, what kind of wireless plan do you pay for out of all the options? Or more simply put, who’s your current cellular carrier?
On the heals on Verizon and T-Mobile, AT&T has introduced a new unlimited data plan. The plan includes unlimited talk, text and high-speed data, but there’s a catch!
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.
On the heels of all the leaks, reports and rumors ,Google and LG introduced their Watch Sport and Watch Style, the first-ever Android Wear 2.0 smartwatches. The pair of watches were announced right as predicted and closely resemble those that we’ve seen in previous reports and leaks.