Verizon officially announced the rollout of its XLTE service back in May of 2014. The improved LTE coverage only saw a small rollout, but since then the big red carrier has been rolling out XLTE to new markets.
That includes an announcement from Verizon today, which says that XLTE now covers 13 additional markets in the United ... Read More »
If you’ve lived in Northern California, and especially in the Bay Area, chances are you’ve taken BART. BART is a high-speed, mostly underground train that can take you quite far for a pretty reasonable price, and plenty of people take advantage of it to avoid driving and having to park.
Previously, mobile connections have been ... Read More »
Starting this Thursday, October 9, Verizon customers will have a new option for devices that fall in the mid to low-end of the spec and pricing spectrum. In just two days, Verizon will start selling a slightly customized version of the HTC Desire 610 called the HTC Desire 612 for free with a ... Read More »
Some two months after being officially unveiled by Samsung, Verizon has announced today that the 10.5-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab S is available now through Big Red with access to its new XLTE network.
We reviewed the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 a couple weeks back and found it to be one ... Read More »
Just as expected, Verizon today announced the official launch of its XLTE service. XLTE offers double the bandwidth of Verizon’s regular 4G LTE network where the carrier has deployed AWS spectrum, and the service also offers faster peak data speeds.
Devices that are deemed “XLTE Ready” ... Read More »
Verizon was first out of the gate with a strong LTE network in the US, but thanks to overcapacity, it has since fallen behind the competition. It’s well known that Verizon is looking to utilize AWS spectrum in order to offset the LTE network’s current load, but exactly when Verizon plans on getting major phones ... Read More »