Earlier this week, Google revamped its official logo, and soon Verizon Wireless will do the same thing. The wireless carrier will officially reveal the new logo for the company on Thursday. According to Ad Age: Verizon said that design agency Pentagram created the new logo. Show More Summary
The Galaxy S6 Edge+ is a bigger and better version of the Galaxy S6 Edge. It makes improvements to the screen and battery life, and adds some extra functionality to the curved side edges. Here is Phone Scoop's full report about this powerful Android smartphone.
Are you starting to despise your Verizon Wireless cellphone bill? If so, you’re probably not alone. According to CBS News, the average Verizon phone bill surged to a level never seen before late last year – $148 per customer, per month. Show More Summary
Samsung's top-of-the-line smartphone impresses with its classy design and blistering performance. The Galaxy Note 5 is a compelling Android device with its big screen, fast processor, and capable camera. Here is Phone Scoop's full report.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ on Verizon is a big, beautiful, powerful smartphone, with a sky-high price that's tough to justify.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is the most powerful phablet available on Verizon, but you'll pay a heavy price for it.
Verizon Wireless has made it somewhat easier to activate select non-Verizon smartphones on its network. People who own an iPhone 6 or Nexus 6 can add Verizon service to their handset as long as it meets several key criteria. A new support...Show More Summary
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A few weeks have passed since the HTC One M9 on Verizon Wireless was supposed to receive Android 5.1 Lollipop. Looks like tomorrow, that update will officially begin rolling out, along with a fix for Stagefright.
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Sprint will soon stop asking customers to sign two-year contracts when purchasing new phones, says the Wall Street Journal. The change coincides with moves made by its competitors, including T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless. Sprint CEOShow More Summary
Sprint will join T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless in abandoning the traditional two-year contract for selling smartphones by the end of 2015. The news comes via a new interview with Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure, who said the company will slowly move towards selling smartphones at full price via a leasing business model. Show More Summary
With as often as carriers have been changing their plans, one might think they can’t seem to make up their minds. Verizon Wireless recently introduced new data plans and completely ejected two-year contracts from its offerings, and now AT&T is refreshing its Mobile Share Value plans, too. Today the big blue carrier officially unveiled a series [...]
The majority of U.S. wireless network operators will offer the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+. AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, and Verizon Wireless all plan to sell the new handsets from Samsung. The Note 5 and S6 Edge+ will also be sold by Amazon.com, Best Buy, Costco, Sam's Club, Target, and some Walmart stores. Show More Summary
Verizon Wireless will offer two recent budget smartphones from HTC in the near future. One is the HTC Desire 526 starting on Thursday, August 13 for $120. The other phone is the HTC Desire 626, but a release date and price have yet to be revealed.
Verizon Wireless today said the HTC Desire 526 and Desire 626 will reach its store shelves in the near future. The 526, which has a 4.7-inch qHD display and an 8-megapixel camera, will be available online and in stores starting Aug. 13 for $120 or $5 per month for 24 months. Show More Summary
The Apple iPhone 16GB version doesn’t cost $199. Sure that is what the average consumer pays with a two-year contract, however, the device actually costs $649 or more. Essentially, Verizon Wireless and other U.S. carriers subsidize the...Show More Summary
Verizon Wireless on Friday announced a new set of core subscription plans, eliminating contract-based phone subsidies in favor of combinations based on device choices and the amount of data.
Verizon unveils new plans, and they're not available with device subsidies.