Go90 is back on the news and this time with yet another incentive! If you didn't download it for the free 2 GB of data, you might for this offer.
Verizon says video streamed through its new Go90 service won't count towards the data plans of Verizon customers. That's bad news for Netflix and YouTube. The post Verizon’s New Video Service Tests Net Neutrality Laws appeared first on WIRED.
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Engadget's parent company Verizon is taking a page from T-Mobile's playbook and proving that it really doesn't care about net neutrality. The latest update to its Go90 video streaming app makes it so watching the company's content won't count toward a Verizon customer's 4G LTE data cap. Show More Summary
Verizon is making its nascent go90 video app a bit more appealing for post-paid subscribers. In an app update, the service will no longer count against your plan data. Though it doesn’t specifically say as much for the Android version...Show More Summary
Verizon Wireless tests limit of net neutrality rules by zero-rating own data.
One of T-Mobile’s Binge On partners is Verizon’s Go90 video service. For those unfamiliar with Binge On, this means that if you are one of the program’s partners, users who watch videos from your platform can do so without the data streamed from those videos being taken from their data cap. Show More Summary
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 [...]
Although we typically wouldn’t dedicate an entire post to a small app update — especially when it involves go90, Verizon’s recent foray into the world of video streaming services — this one was a bit of a curve ball. Along with improving the quality and performance of video streams in their new update (version 1.4),...
Verizon is issuing a new update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 on its network. Coming after last month's Android 5.1.1 update, this update changes the software version to LMY47X.N910VVRU2BPA1, and brings optimized device performance, fixes known issues, and applies new security patches. Show More Summary
While Super Bowl 50 could set another TV viewership record, the audience that matters most to advertisers–adults 18 to 49–has been largely stagnant in recent years. But that may have to do more with where this crucial audience segment is watching the game, than whether they're watching it at all. Show More Summary
It's an Eastern Conference battle as the Washington Wizards host the Philadelphia 76ers at the Verizon Center in the regular season of the National Basketball Association.
Verizon Wireless today updated its go90 video app and will allow customers to stream all the go90 content they want over LTE without it impacting their data bucket. The go90 app is making use of Verizon's FreeBee Data 360 sponsored data service, which Verizon launched last month. Show More Summary
Verizon Wireless has annoucned that it all of its post-paid customers can now watch video over LTE from the carrier's go90 streaming service without using up their data pool. This offer is part of go90's participation in Verizon's FreeBee sponsored data program. Show More Summary
Verizon customers can now stream videos—including live NBA games!—from its otherwise-forgotten go90 video service without it counting towards their data caps! This sounds good, but it’s a trap. Here’s why. Read more...
Verizon’s go90 app received an update this week that makes it more acceptable to use by its post-paid customers (those not on prepaid). The update enhances the follow/unfollow feature, makes the streaming experience faster, and allows...Show More Summary
Verizon is looking to make your Valentines Day a bit more special: buy one Droid Turbo 2 or Maxx 2 and get a second half off. That's right, if you and your sweetheart are looking for new phones, you can get the second at half price for a limited time. Show More Summary
Apple, Amazon, Google, and Verizon are working on getting streaming rights for Thursday night NFL games -- for the streaming generation, naturally.
If you’re on a prepaid plan on Verizon, you just got a cheap way to score more data. Verizon will add 1GB to your plan if you activate Auto Pay on certain plans. Read more...
New Verizon prepaid customers can now enjoy almost double the previous data limits for no additional money: 2 GB for $45/month or 3 GB for $60/month, with a bonus 1 GB for signing up to Auto Pay.