Beginning May 5th, a new MVNO will be joining the mobile industry in the US. Called Tello, this new player promises to rewrite the industry by offering “No Fees, Whatsoever.” In doing so, it serves as a challenge to the other MVNOs in the country.
So what makes Tello different from the other MVNOs? For ... Read More »
Smartphones are expensive, and so are the bills that inherently accompany them. People everywhere pay high prices for the simple services of talk, text and data. But there are options out there for your wireless bill, options that could help to save you money. It’s a given that these won’t work in every scenario, but ... Read More »
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Sprint is getting ready for the holiday season by discounting its plans to net some new customers in time for next year. The $80 and $90 Family Share Pack plans are getting a discount where each line will cost $15 per month on top of the base share plan price rather ... Read More »
The update many of us were excited for, the 4.3 update for the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4, has been pulled from AT&T’s servers and will no longer be available to download. The update was supposed to bring the device in line with the new Galaxy Note 3, with improvements and Galaxy Gear support (one of ... Read More »
Republic Wireless has been around for awhile now in cell phone industry time, trying to make a dent in big carrier policies by offering cheap handsets with even cheaper plans. They’ve yet to see a whole lot of success thus far, but now they’re really upping the ante.
Announced today on their community blog, come ... Read More »
Carriers are ready to shut up and take your money. T-Mobile and AT&T announced pricing today, while a leaked Verizon document has revealed the on- and off-contract prices Big Red will charge for the device. Let’s do this alphabetically.
As of 12:01 a.m. ET, the knights of Ma Bell can acquire the Note 3 ... Read More »
Vodafone has owned a 45% stake in Verizon Wireless all this time, and Verizon has long been contemplating buying it. Though Vodafone owns that stake, it isn’t a majority stake so Verizon still has control over itself. However, that’s just not good enough.
Finally, after much discussion, the boards of the two companies unanimously ... Read More »
For a while there, we weren’t sure if T-Mobile was going to make it. The company had fallen upon hard times and was having struggles with revenue, lack of LTE and a subscriber base that was dwindling. But new CEO John Legere has come into the company and thrown the old approach on its head ... Read More »
Verizon has long been on an anti-modding streak, locking down every Android phone that comes through their doors. This includes offerings from HTC, Samsung, and Motorola. In fact, Verizon’s Motorola devices used to be the king of locked bootloaders, with a system that took quite a while to crack. But they aren’t alone anymore. It ... Read More »
Rumors have been floating around for about half a year now, but it has finally happened: the DROID brand has found exclusivity with a single manufacturer. That manufacturer released three new DROID branded phones today, and that’s Motorola.
This means other manufacturers that have traditionally ... Read More »