Verizon has a new color option available for the DROID Turbo and it certainly looks sharp. The new option is named Sapphire Blue Ballistic Nylon, which is expanded notation for blue. To be fair, though, it’s a pretty neat looking color. The edges are a medium metallic blue while the back ... Read More »
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Verizon Wireless is now selling the new Moto E as a prepaid smartphone. The launch came without any fanfare, simply appearing for purchase on Verizon’s site. As expected, the new Moto E is being sold on Verizon as a prepaid option rather than a postpaid one. Verizon lists the full retail ... Read More »
Verizon Wireless has announced that it will begin selling the Nexus 6 online on March 12 and in stores on March 19. After an extremely long wait and launches on the three other major carriers, the Nexus 6 will finally be available to Verizon customers. The reason for the wait? We ... Read More »
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Heads up, Verizon customers, because your big red carrier is going to be making some big changes to its More Everything plans tomorrow.
The Nexus 6 has been available from AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile for a while now, but Verizon has been curiously quiet about selling Google’s new Nexus smartphone. Today the big red carrier broke that silence, but only with a quiet tease.
Verizon’s website now features the banner that you see below, advertising ... Read More »
The Samsung Galaxy S 4 in Russia may have already got a taste of Android 5.0 Lollipop recently, but for Verizon subscribers with a Galaxy S5 at their disposal, the latest version of Android is now headed your way.
Verizon Wireless has confirmed that it has begun an over the air update for Android ... Read More »
Verizon is making a change to a couple of its fees. Beginning February 5, Verizon will raise its activation and upgrade fees. The activation fee will rise from $35 to $40, a small change of $5. The upgrade fee is going to be rising from $30 to $40, a slightly larger increase of $10. ... Read More »
Verizon has begun to shut down parts of its 3G network in order to repurpose the spectrum for 4G LTE. The change was first spotted by Milan Milanovic when he was able to connect a Nexus 5 and a Galaxy S4 to Verizon’s LTE network in Manhattan. The Nexus 5 hasn’t been ... Read More »
Everyone hates early termination fees, but starting today, Verizon Wireless customers may hate theirs just a little bit more.
Good news, everybody! The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge will arrive in the U.S. this month! And what’s more, it’s going to be widely available!
Samsung’s Galaxy Note Edge will bring its unique, curved side screen to the U.S. on November 14, and it’ll be available on AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, ... Read More »