For a while Sprint sat as one of the other players in the telecom industry while Verizon and AT&T duked it out for the lion share of a massive market. Typically, these brands competed over best cell coverage, fastest data, cheapest plans, and other metrics that often seemed hard to decipher. Show More Summary
By Anjali Athavaley NEW YORK (Reuters) - Verizon Communications Inc said on Tuesday that it was introducing a cheaper unlimited mobile data plan with some limits as it tries to lure customers away from rival wireless carriers. "While...Show More Summary
NordVPN has confirmed that Verizon’s plan to throttle all video streams on its unlimited data plans can be bypassed by using a VPN connection … more…
Here's a complete breakdown of Verizon's Unlimited data plans and everything else you can get when you sign up for service. In the U.S., there are a lot of companies that can get you and your phone online, but most people use one of the four biggest: AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon. Show More Summary
QUOTE OF THE DAY “The new information technology… Internet and e-mail… have practically eliminated the physical costs of communications.” ~ Peter Drucker – The Founder of Modern Management. VERIZON INTRODUCED 3 NEW UNLIMITED PLANS THE...Show More Summary
Starting today, Verizon will choke its video streaming quality to 480p on smartphones and 720p on tablets. If you want better service, prepare to pay more money. The post Verizon Now Refuses to Stream 1080p to Any Smartphone, Period appeared first on ExtremeTech.
The new Verizon unlimited plan that was just rolled out is even more confusing than what was done before. There are 3 different plans doing 3 different things. Now I understand why Verizon is doing this, but this is 2017, most users are using tons of data per day to watch Netflix, Youtube and other […]
Verizon has joined the ranks of wireless carriers in the U.S. that degrade video screen resolution even if nearby tower congestion has not occurred. See https://gizmodo.com/verizon-will-totally-start-throttling-customers-video-t-1798302947. Show More Summary
Now that Verizon has changed its unlimited data plan, it's time to see how everyone's all-you-can-eat plan stacks up.
Following this morning’s news, we have to ask, are you sticking with Verizon? I could sit here and talk about how consumers make their voices heard with their wallets, but I know many here are loyal Verizon customers, so you’ve probably heard that speech a few times. Show More Summary
Verizon took its easy-to-understand unlimited plan and chopped it into tiers, then added insult to injury by removing 1080p video altogether.
Verizon is raising the price of its unlimited plan while introducing a slightly cheaper, more limited version as wireless carriers battle each other for customers.
Verizon announced new pricing plans for unlimited wireless data, but analysts had conflicting views as to whether it's a move to take subscribers from T-Mobile, or to simply wring more money from Verizon's existing customers.
These new video throttling rules will affect all customers, not just those on an unlimited plan.
For the last six months, Verizon was doing well. It introduced an excellent Unlimited data plan with minimal restrictions and an affordable price, and subscribers fell over themselves to sign up. Well, that's all out the window. This...Show More Summary
Thanks to a little something called competition, Verizon Wireless was forced recently to bring back unlimited data plans, after spending the last few years trying to tell consumers they neither wanted nor needed such plans (narrator: they did). Show More Summary
Verizon’s decision to throttle virtually all video on its Unlimited mobile data plans is angering some, especially those who think it breaks some unwritten promise that Verizon would deliver the highest HD always to all unlimited customers...Show More Summary
A new report suggests that Verizon will begin offering two new unlimited plans starting on August 23rd, with these plans limiting video streaming to as low as 480p.
Guys, Verizon wants you to know that their network has never been stronger. They also want you to know that their network is super fast, that they win awards because of it, and that their unlimited data plan is awesome and certainlyShow More Summary