For any Verizon subscribers out there who were hoping to walk into a retail store and pick up a 128GB Pixel XL tomorrow, those dreams have been dashed.
Jeffrey Nelson, part of the Verizon Wireless communications team, said today that the 128GB Pixel XL is sold out and that Verizon retail stores will not have any ... Read More »
LG’s latest handset, the V20, is turning heads in the wireless world, and it’ll soon be offered to an even wider audience. Verizon Wireless announced today that the LG V20 will be available for purchase from its website beginning this Thursday, October 20. A brick-and-mortar rollout will take place one week later on ... Read More »
Google will sell the Pixel and Pixel XL in its own online store, but they’ll also be available through Verizon Wireless. Google previously said that Verizon will handle the software updates for the Pixel and Pixel XL, which led to hesitation Verizon’s Pixels would receive system updates later ... Read More »
There’s a new tablet available from Verizon. Today marks the launch of the ASUS ZenPad Z10, a new tablet that packs in a 9.7-inch 2K display and aluminum unibody design. The device runs on Verizon’s LTE-Advanced network and should offer a fair amount of power for users.
9.7-inch 2048 x 1536 display 1.8GHz hexa-core Snapdragon 650 ... Read More »
Last month it was believed that Verizon would be launching HD Voice support for prepaid customers, but that turned out not to be the case. Here we are near the end of September, though, and the feature is now official.
Verizon Wireless has officially announced that prepaid customers can take full advantage of HD ... Read More »
As expected, Samsung has announced a global recall of the device following reports of faulty batteries that could explode in some Galaxy Note 7 units.
Now U.S. carriers have begun to respond to Samsung’s recall and how it affects their subscribers. Many of the carriers are offering quick and easy returns for Galaxy Note 7 customers.
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Verizon Wireless has officially announced that it is rolling out LTE Advanced to 461 cities across the United States.
With LTE Advanced, customer peak download speeds will see a sharp increase. Specifically, peak download speeds can be up to 50 percent faster thanks to carrier aggregation. To make it work, Verizon is combining its 700MHz, AWS ... Read More »
At some point in the (near) future, Google will announce new Nexus-branded smartphones. Rumor has it that they’ll both be manufactured by HTC, and be powerhouse handsets in a market full of powerhouse handsets.
There’s plenty of excitement surrounding the new Nexus smartphones on the way, and it turns out Verizon Wireless ... Read More »
Recently it was reported that Verizon Wireless wants to give an ultimatum to the folks who are still attached to their unlimited data plan and using “extraordinary” amounts of data per month. Now we have an idea of what an “extraordinary” amount of data is.
Verizon has confirmed to Ars Technica that it’s focusing on a “small ... Read More »
Right now, unlimited data on wireless networks like Verizon Wireless are a thing of the past, but there is a small number of customers that have yet to give it up and probably don’t plan on letting go any time soon. But the jig may be up for those unlimited data subscribers who use an “extraordinary ... Read More »