T-Mobile has quite a turnaround story. Once the small underdog of the Big Four U.S. carriers, the company has spent several years turning itself around. Now, T-Mobile is the third largest carrier with a loyal fanbase and lightning fast LTE speeds. But the Magenta carrier isn’t resting on its laurels. T-Mobile is continuing ... Read More »
According to sources speaking to PCMag, the OnePlus 6T may be compatible with Verizon’s network, making it the manufacturer’s first device to achieve the feat. Previously, all OnePlus devices have only been compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile’s networks, even though OnePlus smartphones haven’t been sold through ... Read More »
Sometimes you just don’t have all those coverage bars lit up on your phone, despite forking over whatever amount of money you do every month.
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Project Fi is now testing Voice-over-LTE (VoLTE) technology with a subset of its customers. Since its inception, Project Fi has used the traditional approach of falling to HSPA when making a call. With VoLTE, call quality is improved, calls connect faster and data browsing is faster while in calls.
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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 »
Choosing a carrier is tough. You have to put money down on the service and the phone, so switching is expensive. Back when contracts were a thing, you also had early termination fees to deal with, but thankfully that’s no longer the case for the most part.
Sprint is changing things up with a 30-day ... Read More »
It’s possible to make a smartphone that’s compatible with all four major carriers in the US. Look at the Moto X Pure Edition and the new Nexus devices, which can go between AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon at will. HTC was hoping to achieve the same thing with the unlocked One A9, but unfortunately those plans ... Read More »
The previously announced AT&T NumberSync will allow you to use multiple devices with one phone number. This means multiple phones or even wearables can be used as your phone, with your original phone number.
AT&T has now announced the ... 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 »
Like the T-Mobile version, the Nexus 9 with LTE being sold on Google Play comes in at $599. Unlike T-Mobile, you won’t ... Read More »