We want to love Republic Wireless, the new cellular company owned by Bandwidth.com that wants to revolutionize a U.S. cellular industry that is in desperate need of a rethinking. Republic Wireless sees the powerful potential of a widespread Wi-Fi network, and assumes people are able to connect to Wi-Fi networks at least 60% ... Read More »
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Looking for the best wireless service deal currently available? We suggest you take a second look at Republic Wireless. We’ve blogged about them a few times, noting that the main drawback to the service provider’s “unlimited” data, sms and calling plan was that it wasn’t a true unlimited service. Republic Wireless had a ... Read More »
It’s been about a month since we’ve mentioned Republic Wireless on Android and Me, when we covered its launch on November 8. Republic Wireless is a new type of cell phone carrier that offers unlimited calls, texts and data for an insanely cheap $19 per month. The $19 per month plan ... Read More »
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Republic Wireless, a division of Bandwidth.com, is finally unleashing their plan to revolutionize the mobile industry this morning. Republic Wireless is attempting to take advantage of Wi-Fi technology, which users are connected to about 60% of the time, to offer an unlimited talk, text, and web service for only $19 per month.
So how does ... Read More »
Want a QWERTY slider with decent specs? This just may be the device you’re looking for. Yesterday LG unveiled the brand new LG Optimus Q2. While those wanting high-end devices may overlook the LG Optimus series (mainly due to the fame; there are better Optimus devices now), this one is really looking like ... Read More »
Thought that the HTC EVO 3D was going to take the stage this year? Well, LG might just be the one to bring a device that will be directly competing with Sprint’s highly anticipated EVO 3D. LG Electronics and Wikitude (Augmented Reality Pioneer) have just announced that the LG ... Read More »
LG Electronics announced today that it will ship the world’s first dual-core CPU Android smartphones in Q4 2010, which will be part of the company’s Optimus Series of devices. We previously reported that LG and NVIDIA were teaming up on several devices, but this is the first official confirmation that we should expect ... Read More »
LG only has a single Android phone available in the United States so far (Verizon Ally), but that is expected to change later this year when the company is scheduled to release up to ten new smartphones.
Today the company unveiled its upcoming LG Optimus Series, which they are pushing as a “line-up ... Read More »