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Google Daydream View VR Headset on sale for $50

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

AT&T is raising its upgrade and activation fees by $5

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 [...]

This Is How Verizon Is Punishing Galaxy Note 7 Holdouts

Thousands of Galaxy Note 7 owners still haven't turned them in to Verizon Wireless, but now the carrier is responding.

Verizon plans to block outgoing calls on remaining Galaxy Note 7 units

A Verizon Wireless spokesperson says "thousands" of its customers are using the recalled Samsung Galaxy Note 7 despite the recent battery-killing update.

Verizon to Further Cripple Thousands of Unreturned Note7s

Verizon Wireless is prepared to take another drastic step in order to convince thousands of customers still holding onto the Samsung Galaxy Note7 that it's time to return the phone. "In spite of our best efforts, there are still customers...Show More Summary

New research report claims Pixel demand still high at Verizon stores

A new research report says that demand for the Google Pixel and Pixel XL phones at Verizon Wireless stores continues to be high three months after launch.

Verizon Debuts Global Jetpack with LTE-A and Support for 15 Connected Devices

Verizon Wireless this week announced the MiFi 7730L Jetpack, a global mobile hotspot that provides wireless access to WiFi devices in the U.S. and around the world. Verizon says the 7730L supports Cat 9 LTE-Advanced with carrier aggregation for speeds that are up to 50% quicker in some 450 U.S. Show More Summary

Verizon’s reason for cracking down on unlimited data users is bullshit

Verizon Wireless has confirmed the worrying news that it’s forcing customers who are on older unlimited data plans and use more than 200GB a month to switch to capped plans next month – or have their accounts terminated. This is pretty...Show More Summary

Verizon takes aim at its unlimited data plan customers once more

Still using that ancient, valuable Verizon Wireless unlimited data plan? Well, you might not be for much longer -- the carrier has confirmed that subscribers who use more than 200GB of data per month will be asked to switch to one of Verizon's metered data plans by February 16 or face disconnection from the network entirely. Show More Summary

Verizon Limits Unlimited Data Plans to 200GB

As far as Verizon is concerned, the word “Unlimited”, when applied to data plans, now means no more than 200GB-per-month. So if you’re lucky enough to be using a Verizon Wireless unlimited data plan, you’d better start keeping a close eye on your data usage. Show More Summary

Verizon plans purge of 200GB+ bandwidth hogging unlimited data users

Verizon Wireless will force unlimited data subscribers who use over 200 gigabytes of bandwidth per month to change their plan to one with a data cap, or face having their wireless service disconnected.

Verizon Installs 200 GB Cap On Unlimited Customers

Verizon Wireless plans to cut off customers who use 200 GB of data in any given month, even if those customers are grandfathered in on unlimited plans. These customers will have to agree to switch to a more limited plan or face loss of service. Show More Summary

Verizon is ditching “unlimited” data customers who use 200GB or more a month

Verizon Wireless is now telling its grandfathered unlimited customers they must move to another plan if they exceed 200GB or more per month.

Cellphone, Wi-Fi coverage goes live at NYC subway stations

Gov. Andrew Cuomo's office has announced that service for AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless customers will be available across the city's subway system beginning Monday.

Verizon Kills 2-Year Plans, Bumps Activation Fee to $30

Verizon Wireless no longer offers two-year contracts with device subsidies, and has raised the cost of activating new devices by $10. The changes, confirmed by Fierce Wireless, were put into effect January 5. Moving forward, all post-paid customers will need to pay for devices via monthly equipment installment plans. Show More Summary

A Subway Cell Phone Etiquette Manifesto Prayer

Governor Andrew Cuomo announced yesterday that by next week, New Yorkers will be able to use their cell phones in every subway station around the five boroughs (assuming you have AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile or Verizon Wireless). Not onlyShow More Summary

Verizon and AT&T quietly make wireless plan changes

Verizon Wireless has raised its upgrade fees and ditched 2-year contracts for existing customers, and AT&T's grandfathered unlimited plans are now higher.

Governor Cuomo Announces Cellular Connectivity in Underground Subway Stations One Year Ahead of Schedule

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo recently announced that cell phone coverage in underground subway stations will be available a full year ahead of schedule, with all four carriers AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless, present across underground stations

Verizon Now Selling the Kyocera DuraForce Pro

Verizon Wireless has added the Kyocera DuraForce Pro to its lineup of rugged handsets. The phone is available to Verizon customers starting Jan. 5. It has been for sale from AT&T and Sprint since last year. The DuraForce Pro includes...Show More Summary

Clearance deals: $49 Samsung Gear VR, $59 Asus AC1900 router

Verizon Wireless is clearing out its stock of the Samsung Gear VR onto the market for only $50. We've seen the Samsung Gear VR for $49.99 before, but only in refurbished condition, while this is brand new and straight from a big retailer. Show More Summary

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