As part of the impending iPhone 6 launch, Verizon has a deal to allow customers to upgrade earlier. If a customer’s upgrade eligibility date falls before November 15, they can upgrade now and grab themselves a new phone. And this isn’t some sort of loophole that requires you to jump ... Read More »
With recent HTC device purchases, you were given some free Google Drive storage for two years as a promotion. For the HTC One (M8) and the One Max, it was 50GB of online storage space. But it looks like HTC decided to be generous for absolutely no reason and bump that storage up to 100GB, ... Read More »
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In some very strange news, Motorola has announced on its homepage that it will allow people to try out the Moto X in a very unique way: you’ll be able to customize your own contract-free Moto X and use it for two weeks while only paying a single cent.
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Many times, carriers will do everything possible to earn the business of new customers. That includes pricing smartphones lower for new customers than upgrade-eligible customers, which I hate. What about pleasing existing customers and convincing them to stay? AT&T has shown that it has the right idea in mind by launching a new promotion that ... Read More »
T-Mobile has a big Uncarrier 4.0 announcement planned for next week, but today AT&T has attempted to take some of the steam out of T-Mo’s news by making a big reveal of its own.
‘Tis the season of deals, my friends, and today Amazon has kicked off a new promotion that anyone in the market for a new device may want to check out. The retailer is now offering 50GB of free Amazon Cloud Drive storage for one year with the purchase of a ... Read More »
This Friday, Verizon is bringing back their popular double-data promotion that gives users double the data allowance for the same price. The deal, along with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, was the primary reason I switched over to Verizon from T-Mobile last year and I’ve been extremely happy with the service so far.
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