First there was Verizon, which officially announced it was working with Samsung to launch its first 5G smartphone sometime in the early half of 2019.
Soon after that AT&T weighed in, confirming that it would also be launching a Samsung 5G smartphone in the spring of next year. And now here ... Read More »
Google introduced eSIM, which features a secondary electronic SIM card, in the
Pixel 2, and now it’s expanding support for more wireless networks with the Pixel 3.
You can buy a Pixel 3, which supports eSIM functionality, right now from the Google Store ...
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Earlier this year,
Sprint restructured its unlimited plan offerings, splitting up into four different options. But it looks like a fifth was necessary.
Sprint on Friday announced Unlimited Premium, which it calls a “VIP platinum-style wireless plan”. The Now Network has packed this new plan with plenty of ... Read More »
Sprint, the Now Network that may or may not merge with T-Mobile, is a company that likes to toy around with its plan pricing, offering up steep discounts, sometimes only for a very limited time.
Here we are again, with Sprint
announcing that it will launch the Sprint Kickstart ... Read More »
Sprint, like the other wireless carriers in the United States, has its sights set on a 5G network rollout for the early part of 2019. And now it’s confirmed it’s already got plans for its first 5G smartphone, too.
On Tuesday, Sprint
officially announced that it is ... Read More »
In its quest to remain competitive,
Sprint is restructuring its unlimited plans into four options. These include Unlimited Basic, Unlimited Plus, Unlimited Military, and Unlimited 55+. Each plan features unique offerings and pricing, so it’s best to dive right in to the details.
There may be a lot of focus on
Android P lately, but there are still several phones out there that are waiting for their update to Oreo. Today three more devices are getting that update.
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Wireless carriers have a lot of information about its subscribers, including data pertaining to customer location. Wireless carriers have been selling that data for years, but it looks like U.S. operators are now changing their practices a bit.
First up, Verizon Wireless
confirmed in a letter to Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) that it would be ... Read More »
It hasn’t even been a week
since Sprint announced its $15 per month unlimited offer, but it looks like it’s coming to an end soon.
has confirmed that it will be ending its $15 unlimited plan this week. Specifically, it the promo will stop this Friday, June 15 at 11:59 PM ... Read More »
The Samsung Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6+
leaked out back at the end of April of this year, with an official announcement for markets outside of the United States arriving in May.
But it looks like
Samsung is planning on bringing one of those handsets to the U.S. after all. According ... Read More »