AT&T isn't the only carrier not getting WiFi calling until 2015 -- a certain red-branded network's iPhone 6 and 6 Plus won't, either. Speaking at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Media, Communications and Entertainment Conference, Verizon's CFO Fran...
Following last week's announcement that iPhones would support Wi-Fi Calling, and that T-Mobile would get it right away, all the other carriers have been forced to make their plans for the service known. Lo, Verizon will get the service, albeit, a little reluctantly. Read more...
Ahead of the iPhone 6 launch with support for VoLTE, Verizon Wireless has upgraded its network to support voice calls over its 4G LTE and XLTE network. Dubbed Advanced Calling 1.0, Verizon is now supporting HD Voice and Video Calling and the carrier is starting the roll out initially to the LG G2 and the Samsung Galaxy S5.
Over at Yahoo Tech, Rob Pegoraro has taken up the unenviable task of comparing iPhone 6 wireless plans from major carriers AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon. This was all a somewhat simpler endeavor back when a phone cost $200, you picked a minutes/data/text messages plan, and signed a two-year contract. But newly-added pricing plans have…
If you were one of the millions of people who preordered the iPhone 6 last week, you’ll be happy to know that you’ll soon be able to take advantage of another cool feature if you’re also a Verizon subscriber. Verizon announced on Monday...Show More Summary
Carriers are fiercely competing for new iPhone customers and the lucrative two-year contracts that come with them. The latest carrier deal comes from Verizon, which confirmed to Gigaom that all existing postpaid…
Verizon is trying to sweeten the pot in its bid to retain customers looking to upgrade to one of the new iPhones. The nation’s wireless company has confirmed that it will allow customers who are on the precipice of upgrade eligibility to take advantage a couple months earlier than their contracts allow. GigaOm reports that it has confirmed with Verizon … [More]
For the early adopters among us who can’t wait to get our hands on the latest technology, two-year contracts can be endlessly frustrating. It’s even worse when you miss a new release by a month, or even a few weeks, but Verizon feels your pain as the iPhone 6 begins to ship to customers all around the world. Show More Summary
Verizon on Monday introduced a new promotion to turn those interested in upgrading to an iPhone 6 into actual customers. Thankfully, that means if you're not due for an upgrade quite yet, you may be in luck. Verizon's new promotion will...Show More Summary
To go along with the launch of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, Verizon is allowing early upgrades for any customers eligible for an upgrade over the next two months (via AndroidPolice). That means that customers eligible for an upgrade on or before November 15 2014 will be able to upgrade immediately to a new device, including the […]
Apple's highly anticipated iPhone 6 has only been available for pre-order for a few days with Apple and corresponding retailers already facing rapidly depleting stocks and delays in delivery. The pre-order started Sept. 12 and can be bought off of the Apple website and with major U.S. wireless carriers like Verizon and AT&T.
Apple begin accepting pre-orders for the iPhone 6 on Friday, September 12th. The first of those orders are beginning to ship to customers. Verizon sent notices to customers today with tracking numbers for their early orders. Despite the early shipping, FedEx will hold shipments for simultaneous delivery on launch day -- Friday, September 19th. Show More Summary
I spent over an hour trying to order from the online Apple Store (4.7-inch, space gray, 128 GB) to no avail. The closest I got was a properly configured phone but a disabled “Add to Cart” button. Gave up, went to the Verizon website, and successfully ordered there. Show More Summary
Verizon Communications Inc. revamped an advertisement touting free new iPhones after a complaint from Apple Inc., according to a person with knowledge of the matter. The original created the... To view the full story, click the title link.
You've decided to get an iPhone 6 or an iPhone 6 Plus, and now it's time to figure out which carrier to go with. In the U.S., the major carriers are Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint. All of them will carry the new phone, so how do you decide? We've gone over their plans and their coverage, and here are the details. Show More Summary
Following Tuesday's announcement of both the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus, Apple announced plans to begin taking pre-orders for the devices on Friday, September 12. Verizon, Sprint, and AT&T will all begin accepting pre-orders at 12:01 AM PT according to their websites, and carriers typically open up pre-orders alongside Apple. Show More Summary
Preorders for the iPhone 6 are set to begin Friday morning, and Walmart is already cutting the price of the new handsets. At Walmart, the iPhone 6 will start at $179 on a two-year contract with AT&T, Verizon, or Sprint, while the iPhone 6 Plus will start at $279 on contract, CNET reported on Wednesday. Show More Summary
Sprint and T-Mobile have already promised to match and even top each others' (and other carriers') trade-in prices before the new iPhone debuted. But would you like to hear what Verizon and AT&T have to offer first before deciding which carrier to...
By AtonRa Partners: Sprint (NYSE:S) rose 6% yesterday as investors welcomed the announcement of a "iPhone for Life" plan which lets customers get an iPhone 6 for no money down and upgrade to a new iPhone every 2 years. The plan, which includes unlimited data, costs $70/month and appears competitive vs. Show More Summary