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iOS 9.3 public beta 3 brings Wi-Fi Calling to Verizon iPhone customers, fixes for T-Mobile

Verizon customers will soon join T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T customers with support for Wi-Fi Calling on the iPhone. The latest public beta also fixes T-Mobile connection issues.

Best Buy is selling the iPhone 6 and 6S for $1 for 3 days

An iPhone for $1 sounds too good to be true. Best Buy will be selling the 16GB iPhone 6 and 6S for $1 starting on Friday if you opt into a two-year contract with Verizon Wireless or Sprint. See also: The best gift ideas of 2015 The 16GB 6S normally retails for $200 with a two-year contract, and the 16GB 6 goes for $100 with a two-year contract. Show More Summary

Best Buy Looks to Lure Apple Fans with $1 iPhones

2 months agoTechnology : Tom's Guide

The retail chain is offering a 16GB iPhone 6s for just $1. But you'll have to sign a two-year contract with Sprint or Verizon to take advantage of the deal.

Get the iPhone 6s at Best Buy for $1

You'll need to sign a two-year contract with Sprint and Verizon to get the deal.

Apple iPhone 6S selling at Best Buy for $1 - CNET

The sale is valid only for the 16GB version and only if you opt for a two-year contract with Sprint or Verizon Wireless.

Best Buy offering iPhone 6s for $1 on contract w/ Sprint & Verizon starting tomorrow

2 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

We’ve received word that starting tomorrow Best Buy is going be offering the 16GB iPhone 6s, normally $199 on-contract (and often on sale for $99), for just $1. Head below for details…  The deal is good for the device on the usual two year agreement through either Sprint and Verizon. And to sweeten the deal […]

T-Mobile To Verizon Customers: Switch And Get A Full Year Of Hulu For Free

A week after trying to lure away AT&T customers by offering them a $200 discount on a new iPhone, T-Mobile is going after Verizon customers. But instead of dangling cash back on a fancy phone, this time T-Mo is hoping that a year of free streaming video might do the trick. It works like this, according to T-Mobile: Starting tomorrow, …

Verizon Introducing Wi-Fi Calling To Android Smartphones This Week, iPhones Next Year

This week, Verizon will be rolling out a software update that will allow Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge users to make and receive calls and start video calls over Wi-Fi Internet connections.

Verizon Wi-Fi calling rolling out for Samsung devices this week, iPhone support expected in 2016

Just before the weekend hit, Verizon quietly announced that it will finally begin rolling out support for Wi-Fi calling on select Samsung devices — the Galaxy S6 and the S6 Edge — this coming week. Unfortunately, iPhone users hopingShow More Summary

Verizon customers to get Wi-Fi calling on iPhone and Android starting next week

2 months agoTechnology / Apple : Cult Of Mac

If you’re a Verizon customer who wants to be able to make Wi-Fi calls on your Android or iPhone like your brethren over at Ma Bell, you’ll soon be able to. But if you’re on an iPhone, you’ll have to wait until 2016. Verizon announced it will launch Wi-Fi Calling on the Samsung Galaxy S6 […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Verizon's Wi-Fi Calling Coming to Galaxy S6 on Monday, iPhone 'Early Next Year'

Verizon yesterday announced that it will begin rolling out support for Wi-Fi Calling next week, starting on Monday with Samsung's Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. iPhone users will need to wait a bit longer, with an update enabling the feature...Show More Summary

Verizon giving away 2GB to upgraders, T-Mobile discounts iPhones and Apple Watches to AT&T switchers

2 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

The carrier wars in the US are heating up as we head further into the winter, and that’s generally good news for consumers. Verizon is currently adding 2GB of data for new and current subscribers that upgrade to certain plans over the next few weeks. T-Mobile is targeting switchers by offering AT&T subscribers that jump carriers […]

Verizon creates a working iPhone in ‘Minecraft’

2 months agoTechnology / Apple : Cult Of Mac

We’ve seen so-called ‘working’ iPhones created in Minecraft before, but they pale in comparison to this one, created by Verizon: it’s a towering, skyscraper-sized smartphone that allows you to make video calls, and even browse the web!...Show More Summary

Apple’s iPhone upgrade program looks like bad news for Verizon and AT&T

When Apple announced the iPhone 6s in early September, the company also introduced a new payment system called the iPhone Upgrade Program. Apple’s iPhone financing scheme is similar to what many carriers are already offering, with pricing starting at around $32 per month for the 16GB iPhone 6s. Show More Summary

T-Mobile, Sprint poised to pick up subscribers from Apple's iPhone Upgrade Program

Apple's iPhone Upgrade Program appears to be leading U.S. phone buyers away from AT&T and Verizon toward carriers with cheaper fees such as T-Mobile and Sprint, a report said on Monday.

Motorola hopes Droid's shatterproof screen is breakthrough

With Turbo 2, Motorola and Verizon hope to compete against iPhones and Samsung’s Galaxys.        

Motorola Announces the DROID Turbo 2 and DROID Maxx 2 For Verizon

4 months agoTechnology / Hardware : AnandTech

Motorola has been one of Verizon's Android device partners for many years now. Before Verizon had the iPhone, Motorola's DROID smartphones provided several alternatives for users who didn't want to leave Verizon, or who wanted the features or differentiation provided by Android smartphones. Show More Summary

Verizon joins AT&T in asking FCC permission to fully support WiFi calling feature in iOS 9

4 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

WiFi calling – the iPhone feature Apple introduced in iOS 9 – is a really handy feature, routing phone calls over WiFi when the mobile signal is poor or non-existent. There’s just one problem: it’s illegal for U.S. carriers to support the feature because it breaks the TTY text-chat protocol used by some hearing-impaired users. AT&T asked the […]

Why China's insatiable appetite for iPhones could hurt carriers in America

Apple's selling so many, it could end up warping the used-phone market, a Verizon exec says.

Why China’s insatiable appetite for iPhones could hurt carriers in America

4 months agoTechnology : Post Tech

Apple's influence on China is so powerful that it could soon skew the market there for used cell phones — with a ripple effect for the rest of the cellular industry. There are now so many iPhones being sold in China, Verizon chief financial officer Fran Shammo told investors Tuesday, that it may wind up affecting the […]

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