When Verizon agreed to purchase AOL, it got a wealth of content and video in the deal. This move should position Verizon to become a major player in digital marketing and media distribution in the near future.
If you have been looking forward to picking up the octa-core LG G Pad X 8.3, then perhaps your long wait is finally over, thanks to the folks over at Verizon who will be making the tablet available from tomorrow onward. However, if you...Show More Summary
If you're on Verizon and can't wait to get your hands on the LG G4, you can get a head start tomorrow, May 28th. That's when pre-orders for the Verizon version will officially kick off and yes, it'll come with all those goodies we told you about.
Verizon has just announced that you can pre-order the LG G4 in Metallic Gray, Genuine Black Leather or the Verizon-exclusive Ceramic White starting Thursday, May 28th.
Have you been eyeing LG's latest flagship handset since it was announced last month? Well, it's set to arrive in the US next week. T-Mobile began selling the G4 online today, for $0 down and $25/month for two years or $599.76 if you're looking to part with a lump sum. Show More Summary
Verizon Wireless recently added the Samsung Galaxy J1 to its lineup of prepaid handsets. The J1 is a compact, entry-level Android smartphone. It includes a 4.3-inch WVGA display, quad-core 1.2 GHz processor, 1 GB of RAM, and 8 GB of storage. Show More Summary
Verizon announced this afternoon that its variant of the LG G4 will go up for pre-order May 28 before arriving in stores on June 4. Priced at $22.91 per month for 24 months through Verizon Edge, or $549 at full retail, Big Red appears to be offering one of the better deals in the industry for […] Verizon LG G4 Arrives June 4, G Pad X8.3 Too is a post from: Droid Life
It’s about time that Verizon got around to announcing its own LG G4 launch plans. Following on the heels of Sprint’s own announcement, T-Mobile opening up online sales, and even U.S. Cellular outlining its own launch plans, Big Red has finally revealed when its subscribers will be able to buy the latest [...]
Yesterday, Verizon told us that they were simplifying the Edge upgrade and payment experience by getting rid of the plan’s requirements that ask you to wait 30 days and pay off 75% of the phone in order to pick up a new phone. The new version of Edge, which goes into affect on May 31, […] Early Upgrades at Verizon are Now a Thing of the Past is a post from: Droid Life
The LG G4 will go up for pre-order at Verizon on May 28, with availability in-store coming June 4. Verizon announced that it will open up pre-orders for the LG G4 on May 28, ahead of in-store availability on June 4. Interested buyers will have the option of snagging the handset in metallic gray, black leather, or the Verizon-exclusive ceramic white.
Soon after T-Mobile announced its program for early device upgrades, the other major carriers in the country came out with similar plans. Verizon Edge was launched back in 2013 and while it was a bit different from what T-Mobile offered,...Show More Summary
Verizon is finding that as more of its customers migrate over to FiOS or it switches copper customers onto a fiber-based voice connection, more of its customers are increasingly using their cell phones as their voice connection during a power outage.
You'll have to pay 100% of the device cost before upgrading, up from 75%.
Verizon Edge is changing its terms, removing the waiting period for upgrades. Now you just need to pay your phone off in full and can then upgrade -- no need to trade in your current phone.
Verizon has announced a small, yet key change to their EDGE upgrade program. The company now allows you to upgrade through EDGE as soon as your device is paid in full as opposed to having to wait a certain amount of time. This is great for folks who want a new phone with little upfront […]
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Verizon Wireless today announced a change to its Edge equipment installment plans. Beginning May 31, Edge customers will need to pay off their device in full before they they can upgrade to a new phone. As always, customers can initiate an Edge payment plan with no money down followed by 24 equal payments to cover the full retail cost of the phone. Show More Summary
Shares of AOL (AOL) are down 8 cents at $50.18, about the price at which Verizon Communications (VZ) is to buy the company, first announced on May 12th. There’s some interesting exta detail on the takeover process today, as AOL filed a Schedule 14-D9 with the Securities & Exchange Commission. The documen lays out all the [...]
But LA fans with AT&T, Verizon, and DirecTV still can't watch the games.