Verizon has long been on an anti-modding streak, locking down every Android phone that comes through their doors. This includes offerings from HTC, Samsung, and Motorola. In fact, Verizon’s Motorola devices used to be the king of locked bootloaders, with a system that took quite a while to crack. But they aren’t alone anymore. It ... Read More »
Rumors have been floating around for about half a year now, but it has finally happened: the DROID brand has found exclusivity with a single manufacturer. That manufacturer released three new DROID branded phones today, and that’s Motorola.
This means other manufacturers that have traditionally ... Read More »
After Verizon’s CFO confirmed that a Verizon upgrade program was indeed on the way during an investor call this morning, Verizon has officially announced Verizon Edge. We caught wind of this a few days ago, but now we can look at the official details from Verizon. Verizon Edge is an upgrade program that will be ... Read More »
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In a new ad campaign, AT&T is now claiming that it has the nation’s “most reliable 4G LTE network” alongside the prior claim of having the fastest LTE network. AT&T says industry comparisons showed that the company has the fastest LTE network as well as the “highest success rate for delivering mobile content across nationwide ... Read More »
Big news from AT&T this morning regarding a new upgrade option available for its customers. A new program called AT&T Next will be launching nationwide on July 26 and will give consumers a new option for upgrading their devices. AT&T Next will allow consumers to upgrade their device once every year if they so choose. ... Read More »
All the other carriers have announced plan changes, and Sprint didn’t want to be left out. Today, Sprint announced two new plans, both of which, you’ll be happy to hear, include unlimited data. Both plans include what Sprint is calling their Unlimited Guarantee, meaning Sprint can’t take away your unlimited talk, text and data for ... Read More »
Two year contracts have been a staple of the major carriers here in the US, but with T-Mobile’s recent un-carrier efforts, their contracts are a thing of the past. And as AT&T and Verizon lengthen their upgrade times from 20 months to 24, Read More »
T-Mobile is going through some big changes yet again in its re-imagining of the company. With their un-carrier efforts to get rid of contracts and make payment plans accessible to people to buy new phones. Today, at their event, they have announced some new programs for their customers.
Their new upgrade program is called JUMP! ... Read More »
Now that Verizon has finished their initial LTE rollout, it’s time for AT&T to kick into hyperdrive and play a little catch-up. Today, the company is working to do just that; AT&T has lit up 35 new LTE markets and is expanding in 17 others. Without further ado, here’s the immense list of new LTE ... Read More »
While the commercials like to say that “America runs on Dunkin”, a more appropriate phrase might be that America runs on 4G. It’s one of the biggest features in our smartphones and as a carrier, Verizon takes LTE very seriously. Verizon was the first of the US carriers to begin building a 4G LTE network ... Read More »