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Verizon's cutting their data plans across the board up to $10/month

Verizon Wireless will cut prices on most of its existing More Everything plans by up to $10 a month while also adding some new options starting on Thursday. The new plans will also allow some customers to add smartphones on Verizon Edge for $15 a month. Show More Summary

Verizon's cutting their data plans across the board up to $10/month

Verizon Wireless will cut prices on most of its existing More Everything plans by up to $10 a month while also adding some new options starting on Thursday. The new plans will also allow some customers to add smartphones on Verizon Edge for $15 a month.

Nexus 6 ‘Coming Soon’ To Verizon Wireless

The Nexus 6 is “coming soon” to Verizon Wireless customers. The smartphone has been available through AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. Verizon has been reportedly quiet about selling Google’s Nexus 6, until now. On Tuesday, the wireless carrier teased that the device is finally coming to its network. Show More Summary

Wireless price war continues: Verizon data plan price cuts will save you $120

Verizon Wireless is about to slash the prices of nearly every More Everything plan in its portfolio, and once again you have T-Mobile to thank. The “Uncarrier” shook things up with CEO John Legere’s antics backed up by industry-shifting initiatives, and the shockwaves continue to be felt throughout the wireless industry. Show More Summary

Verizon Finally Provides Opt-Out from Super-Cookies

Several months ago it was revealed that top American wireless providers Verizon and AT&T employed so-called super-cookies, devious bits of code buried in their respective wireless services that tracked and compiled data regarding user web browsing habits. The data packets, we discovered, were collected and sold to advertisers, who in turn have used that information to [...]

Verizon Wireless to Enable Opt-Out of Mobile "Supercookies"

The wireless service will allow users to completely opt out of being targeted with the unique mobile identifiers called "supercookies."

Android Lollipop Update: Available for Verizon Galaxy S5 Users, Update Delayed for Galaxy Note 4

Verizon has just released the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for Samsung's 2014 flagship phone, the Galaxy S5. The US-based wireless carrier posted documents on its website to reflect the roll out, and the update brings a lot of changes, enhancement, and modifications for the Galaxy S5.

Review: Kyocera DuraXV for Verizon Wireless

2 months agoTechnology / Mobile : Phone Scoop

Kyocera's latest handset for Verizon Wireless is the rugged and waterproof DuraXV. This capable flip phone is tough, but offers only basic functionality.

WATCH THIS: A video tour of Android Lollipop on Samsung's Galaxy S5

As we reported on Monday, Android Lollipop has finally begun rolling out to Galaxy S5 handsets in the United States. Verizon Wireless subscribers with Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S5 smartphone are the first S5 owners in the U.S. to gain...Show More Summary

Verizon to Raise $10 Million to Fund AWS-3 Wireless Licences

Verizon Communications Inc. is about to close a deal to sell roughly $15 billion in assets, according to sources familiar with the matter speaking with the Wall Street Journal. The deal could involve the sale of multiple cell towers and parts of its wireline business to multiple parties as soon as this week, the same [...]

Sprint Explains Its Apology by Goat

With the help of a bellowing goat, wireless carrier Sprint sends a shout-out to rivals Verizon and AT&T with this “super apology,” which aired during the third quarter of last night’s battle. The ad from Deutsch LA aims at fellow carriers...Show More Summary

Verizon reportedly selling off old wires to focus more on wireless

$10 billion deals for wireline assets and cell towers will pay for new spectrum.

Verizon Finally Buckles, Will Allow A Total Opt Out From Sneaky Super Cookies

2 months agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

It took a while, but Verizon appears to finally have gotten the message that consumers don't like companies fiddling with their traffic and ignoring all of their privacy preferences (weird, right?). The wireless carrier has taken heat...Show More Summary

Report: Verizon could sell wireline assets as part of $10B sale

Verizon is nearing the completion of deals to sell off various assets, including wireless towers and elements of its wireline business that could fetch the company $10 billion, reports The Wall Street Journal, citing people close to the matter.

Verizon Closer to $10B Asset Sale to Pay Down Debt

2 months agoTechnology / Mobile : Phone Scoop

Verizon Communications has lined up several deals that will earn it up to $10 billion, reports the Wall Street Journal. The company took on a massive amount of debt to buy Vodafone's portion of Verizon Wireless last year. It will also soon need to pay the government $10.4 billion for licenses it won in the recent AWS-3 spectrum auction. Show More Summary

Verzon Begins Updating Samsung Galaxy S5 to Lollipop

2 months agoTechnology / Mobile : Phone Scoop

Verizon Wireless today said owners of the Samsung Galaxy S5 can expect to see Android 5.0 Lollipop hit their device in the days ahead. The update carries with it Google's Material Design, including improved notifications, as well as some Samsung-made changes. Show More Summary

PEG Bandwidth: Wireless operators are pulling back on rural dark fiber backhaul initiatives

PEG Bandwidth is one of the many competitors that are willing to provide dark fiber services to wireless operators like Verizon Wireless, but the company is seeing some carriers put their plans on hold.

Android 5.0 Lollipop update now rolling out for the Verizon Samsung Galaxy S5

Owners of the Verizon Wireless version of the Samsung Galaxy S5 now have an update to Android 5.0 Lollipop available for their downloading pleasure. Well, technically it's two updates, the first paving the way for the main Lollipop update. Verizon's Galaxy S5 is actually the first S5 in the US to get Lollipop, following releases in Europe last month.

The Switchboard: Verizon Wireless will let customers opt out of ‘supercookie’ tracking code

Published every weekday, the Switchboard is your morning helping of hand-picked stories from the Switch team. The FCC is moving to preempt state broadband limits. "Federal regulators are moving ahead with a proposal to help two cities fighting with their state governments over the ability to build public alternatives to large Internet providers," reports the Switch's […]

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