The Pixel is off to a good, if not great, start. Google's Pixels made up 12.3% of activations at Verizon stores during the holiday quarter, a number that should make both companies very happy in the quest to unseat the dominance of Samsung...Show More Summary
Back in 2011 AT&T and Verizon killed off their unlimited wireless data plans, instead replacing them with usage caps and steep (up to $15 per gigabyte) over fees. And while these companies grandfathered the existing unlimited data users...Show More Summary
The Pixel phone series seems like a big success for Google, which still can’t seem to make enough of them to go around. Both the Pixel and Pixel XL are sold out in the Google Store, though Verizon has them — and the carrier has been selling plenty of them, according to recent estimates. Show More Summary
Some people really, really don't want to give up their Samsung Note 7 smartphones. The devices are subject to a global recall because they can explode — but months later, some die-hard customers are still refusing to give them up. According...Show More Summary
The Washington Wizards (23-19) have been a mess away from the friendly confines of Verizon Center all season, but they snapped out of their road funk and captured a 113-110 victory over the New York Knicks (19-25) at Madison Square Garden...Show More Summary
Remember when Verizon Wireless was selling the Samsung Gear VR for cheap last month? A similar deal now exist for another VR headset with the Google Daydream VR headset on sale for only $50. At 38% off, the unit comes in three color choices as of writing. Show More Summary
Being offered online only (and incompatible with Verizon's or Sprint's networks) HTC's new U Ultra isn't likely to see even a small fraction of Apple's iPhone sales numbers. But is the Ultra worth considering, despite its expected niche status? Let's see how it stacks up next to Apple's 7 Plus... Continue Reading HTC U Ultra vs. Show More Summary
Verizon and Motorola are currently running a deal that puts pretty hefty discounts on the Moto Z family. For flagships like the Moto Z and Moto Z Force, you’ll get a 50% off price, but the Moto Z Play can be had for as little as $5 per month. So how do all of these fun […] DEAL: Verizon Drops Moto Z Family to as Little as $5 Per Month is a post from: Droid Life
Best Buy and Verizon are offering the Moto Z Droid for free when signing up for monthly installments, while the Moto Z Force Droid is on sale for $15 per month.
AT&T has decided to follow in the footsteps of Verizon Wireless by hiking up the fees tied to getting a new device on its network. The big blue carrier has confirmed to FierceWireless that it is hiking its activation and upgrade fees by $5. That means subscribers will [...]
Verizon has slashed the price of Motorola's Z Droid smartphones by a whopping 50 percent.
Google Pixel XL phones are scarce but Verizon's slashing prices on Moto Z handsets and Daydream View VR headsets.
Most of you recall that Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 suffered a bit of a problem with spontaneously combusting. That led to months of horrible press and an FAA ban on taking the device on airplanes. You might also recall that Samsung exponentially amplified its own PR disaster by then issuing a replacement phone that suffered from the exact same problem. Show More Summary
So we've noted repeatedly how Verizon really wants to pivot from stodgy, old protectionist telco to Millennial-focused media and advertising juggernaut. The company desperately wants in on Facebook and Google advertising cash, and apparently...Show More Summary
Verizon has slashed the on-contract prices of the Moto Z Droid and Force Droid in half and has reduced the Moto Z Play Droid to $5 per month.
A reliable source has informed us that AT&T intends to raise its upgrade and activation fee from $20, to $25 on January 20. This move follows news that Verizon is doing the same, but its fee costs customers $30. This fee is paid whenever...Show More Summary
Non-emergency calls from Note 7 will be redirected to Verizon customer service.
Despite repeated public notices from Samsung directing Galaxy Note7 users to return the recalled device, there are still large numbers of users on one of the biggest wireless carriers in the U.S. who refuse to let the beleaguered smartphone...Show More Summary
Galaxy Note 7 owners on Verizon are in for a surprise if they continue to use the recalled handset. Outgoing voice calls will redirect to Verizon staff who’ll demand the phone be sent back. As of last month, 93 percent of Note 7’s had...Show More Summary