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 »
Guaranteed to be one of the hottest tablets of the year, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 has just been unveiled with Verizon LTE.
The high point of the Galaxy Tab 7.7 is the absolutely stunning display. The 7.7-inch 1280×800 Super AMOLED Plus display will easily provide some of clearest, brightest images on any tablet to ... Read More »
Let’s be honest for a second here. Not everyone is all gaga for the Verizon branded Nexus/Droid/Galaxy Prime. Whether it’s due to a hatred for Samsung or loyalty to another company, not everyone is going to rush out and buy one. If you’re a fan of Motorola, then you’ve no doubt been drooling over, or ... Read More »
I’ve spent the last week or so with the WiFi-only version of Samsung’s Galaxy tab 10.1 and have been thoroughly impressed with the device thus far. If you’ve been eyeing the Tab 10.1 but have your heart set on the LTE version to land on Verizon soon, we’ve got some great news for you.
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Verizon is launching its first LTE-only prepaid smartphone thanks to a new ZTE-branded device joining the carrier’s ranks.
The ZTE Blade Vantage is now available. It’s a prepaid smartphone that costs $49.99 and features a 5-inch display with a resolution of 854×480. There’s a Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 processor under the hood and 2GB of RAM.
There’s ... Read More »
Carriers always try to expand their coverage when they can, but it’s just not possible to cover every place. Verizon customers who have discovered their network quality isn’t that great inside their home, can get a new in-home network extender to help with that.
It’s called the 4G LTE Network Extender, and it does exactly what the ... Read More »
Buying unlocked devices is often the way to go. Though carrier-branded devices can be bought using payment plans, an unlocked device will often have an unlockable bootloader and will come with no bloatware. I mean, none of us want an app that installs ... Read More »
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 »
After AT&T announced the availability of the LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTE on its own network, Verizon has followed suit. The carrier has announced that it is opening pre-orders for the fancy LG smartwatch, which will ... Read More »
Once upon a time, unlimited data was a thing that was offered by all the carriers. Now that’s all changed, and many carriers offer either data allowances every month or “unlimited data” that’ll slow you down after you consume a certain amount of data. While it still exists at some carriers, the biggest wireless operators seemed all ... Read More »