Xfinity Mobile is now letting prospective customers bring their current (compatible) iPhones to the wireless service. Launched last year, Xfinity Mobile uses Verizon’s network and offers a pay per GB plan as well as a $45/month unlimited option. more…
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It's been a tragically slow holiday season for smartphone deals thus far. Thanks to the late launch of the iPhone X and the success of the Galaxy Note 8, carriers haven't had to fight to get consumers to upgrade this fall. But with just...Show More Summary
The 'limited time' promotion kicks off on Friday offering those who buy an iPhone 8, 8 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S8, or Galaxy S8+ a second smartphone of equal or lesser value for free.
Verizon Wireless plans to let holiday shoppers score a smartphone for free with an upcoming buy-one, get-one deal. Beginning Friday, December 15, customers who buy an Apple iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus, or a Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8+ can get a second device for free. Show More Summary
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Got a smartphone? Then you must also have a wireless plan, and if you live in the U.S., chances are it's with one of the big four — Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, or Sprint. However, there are a bunch of other carriers you may have seen around, carriers with names like Cricket, Jolt, metroPCS, and Virgin. Show More Summary
Apple is now directly selling a version of its iPhone X in the U.S. without a SIM for any specific U.S. carrier. The phone is unlocked and will work with any U.S. carrier, although the same is true of the Verizon model Apple has been selling before today.
Popular mobile carriers AT&T and Verizon have apparently dropped the ball with regard to Apple fans, as mobile users who have bought the new iPhone X through these companies are currently reporting having trouble with the device's initial activation. Show More Summary
Some users with a new iPhone X are being stymied by error messages when trying to activate the device, caused by massive load on AT&T and Verizon's servers.
iPhone X Pre-Order & Trade In Offers Good luck! This is going to be H-O-T! I know lots of people who are all waiting for the iPhone X. Most of the people I know didn't care for the iPhone 8. Quantities are going to be very limited and...Show More Summary
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The iPhone X will be available for preorder later this week, but the price wars between carriers have already started. T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon are all ready to cut the price by up to $350 as long as you don’t mind trading in a working phone. Show More Summary
With just days to go before iPhone X preorders go live, three major U.S. carriers on Monday announced their respective discounts, deals and trade-in incentives for the device, some of which can save buyers up to $350.
The CEO of Rogers Communication, Canada’s largest mobile network, has described iPhone 8 sales as ‘anemic,’ while Verizon’s CFO took the view that what we’re seeing is probably nothing to worry about. An analyst has pitched in on the side of Verizon, suggesting that the 2.37% fall in AAPL’s share price yesterday was a knee-jerk response which is unlikely to be justified … more…
The iPhone X sure is expensive, but that doesn’t mean that Apple won’t sell millions upon millions of units this year. Most reports say that Apple may meet its production goals for 2017 after all, although it’ll struggle to meet consumer...Show More Summary
The iPhone 8 has had such a lackluster seller that it hasn't led to as much promotional activity in past, which should be good for wireless carriers generally, writes Walter Piecyk of BTIG, and Verizon in particular, starting with their Q3 comments, he thinks.
Sprint's Improved “Free” $0/month iPhone 8 Trade In Offer Price War? Sprint just one-upped the competition. Their new $0/month iPhone 8 trade in offer is now the best. The original was one of the worst. It's not really “Free” and there are a few catches but it gives you more than any other carrier. Show More Summary
Just like with the iPhone 7, there will be two models of the iPhone 8 and iPhone X. One will work on all US carriers, and the other won't work on Sprint or Verizon.