The last of the major carriers to do so, Verizon today announced pricing and availability details for the Samsung Galaxy S5. If you’re looking to sign into a two-year contract, the S5 will run you $249, but that price can be knocked down to $199 with a mail-in rebate card. If you want to avoid ... Read More »
News of the all new HTC One slowed down for a few days, but now that we’re four days out from the launch, things are starting to heat back up. New Verizon promotional material for the handset has surfaced, indicating that the new HTC One may show up in Verizon stores on March ... Read More »
Big tablets come with big prices. The Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 is one of the biggest Android tablets to date but that comes at a price. The Wi-Fi only model starts at a hefty $749 and goes up to $849 for the 64GB model. Now, ... Read More »
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I’m usually the first to criticize Verizon’s pricing, but one thing I really can’t fault it on is its coverage. Time and again we see it come away with top honors in network quality and reliability studies, and a new national study by RootMetrics is no exception. In it, Verizon emerged victorious in four of ... Read More »
Verizon has updated its prepaid offerings with what it calls the ALLSET PLANS. These plans start at $45 for smartphones and include 500MB of data (1GB if you enroll in auto pay) and unlimited talk and text.
If you need more than that base level of data, you have the option of buying “Bridge Data” ... Read More »
Motorola continues to impress with the speed at which it updates its phones. The company updated a few versions of the Moto X to Android 4.4 before Google’s own Nexus 4 got the same update, and it also updated those Moto Xs far faster than any other OEM could push the update to its devices. ... Read More »
The Nexus 7 2013 LTE may be a Nexus device with no carrier branding or loyalty, but its latest update is giving it some Verizon-specific goodies. The tablet is now receiving an update that’s based on 4.4.2, weighs in at 37MB and will improve connectivity for those who managed to get their tablet running on ... Read More »
Yesterday Verizon began teasing that “#MORE” was coming, but at the time the carrier didn’t drop any other hints about what exactly that meant. Luckily the folks at Big Red didn’t keep us in suspense for long, because today Verizon announced its new More Everything rate plans.
As the name suggests, Verizon’s new offerings are ... Read More »
The story of the Nexus 7 LTE on the Verizon network is a very interesting (and annoying) one. It all started when the Nexus 7 LTE launched. The device came equipped for both GSM carriers, and in a big surprise, Verizon LTE compatibility. However, when folks tried activating the tablets on Verizon’s network, it didn’t ... Read More »
To date, the unlocked, developer and Sprint models of the HTC One have all received the Android 4.4 KitKat update. HTC has been hard at work updating all the different models, but at the moment, it’s down to the carriers to okay the updates through their long and often inefficient approval process. Luckily, we’ll have ... Read More »