Verizon recently enacted a $20 fee for customers upgrading with a phone payment plan or even bringing their own device. This didn’t sit well with Verizon customers, as they were being charged for the ability to give Verizon money for service. Of course, Verizon used the excuse of “AT&T ... Read More »
Contract upgrade fees are nothing new. You have to give the carrier money so you can proceed with giving them money for a smartphone and service, to cover support costs and such. But with Verizon, buying a device full price or going with payment plans meant no fees. Unfortunately, that’s changing on April 4.
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We know that most of the sales we post are focused on the US. Those of you in the UK are too often left out, so here’s one for you. Motorola has put a steep discount on the second generation Moto X with 32GB of memory. It’s currently at £219.99.
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AT&T is at it again! In an attempt to make more money, the carrier has upped many of the fees associated with getting a new device and plan. The current $40 activation fee on the old contract plans will be raised to $45 starting August 1, making it the highest activation fee of any US ... Read More »
Samsung is offering potential customers “the ultimate upgrade.” As cameras offer more megapixels, music gets larger, and space becomes more of a scarcity, we’ve had to up the base size of our flagships from 8GB to 16GB and now to 32GB. But with the ever increasing space demands and the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge ... Read More »
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 »
It’s hard out there for a Verizon Wireless customer with unlimited data. Just weeks after Verizon confirmed its plans to “optimize” the data of its unlimited 4G LTE subscribers, a new leak has revealed that Ol’ Red may soon make it more difficult for unlimited users to upgrade ... Read More »
Whenever you buy an on-contract device from a carrier, you’re expected to pay an activation fee on top of the money you pay for the product itself. At AT&T, this used to be a $36 fee, but it was raised to $40 on June 8. Whether you feel it is just for them to charge this ... Read More »
Big news from AT&T this morning regarding a new upgrade option available for its customers. A new program called AT&T Next will be launching nationwide on July 26 and will give consumers a new option for upgrading their devices. AT&T Next will allow consumers to upgrade their device once every year if they so choose. ... Read More »
Droid Life has gotten their hands on a screenshot of a Verizon internal system that providers more details about the Android 4.o update for a handful of devices. The HTC Rezound, Motorola Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR Maxx have nearly finished carrier testing of the Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade, and are nearing ready for the ... Read More »