Verizon on Tuesday announced a new unlimited plan, this time targeting customers who’re more interested in prepaid offers rather than contracts. The plan sounds great on paper, but it’s not as unlimited as you might think. There’s aShow More Summary
Verizon has launched a new prepaid plan that sounds more enticing than many of its competitors'. At $80 a month, it offers unlimited data, talk and text in the country. The carrier also tacked on unlimited text to 200 other international destinations and unlimited talk if you're calling numbers in Mexico and Canada. Show More Summary
Verizon has just introduced a new unlimited plan for prepaid users. It goes for $80 a month, offering unlimited talk, text and data. But what makes it special?
Verizon on Monday introduced a new unlimited data tier for prepaid customers, with the plan adding to the mobile carrier's four capped options.
As the unlimited data battle continues,Verizon today announced that it is bringing unlimited data to prepaid customers. The carrier announced that prepaid customers can now get unlimited data, text, and talk for $80 per month… more…
Unlimited data is all the rage again, and now Verizon Wireless is even delivering the feature to its prepaid option. The big red carrier has launched an $80 unlimited data prepaid plan. The plan includes the unlimited talk and text as well as in unlimited high-speed data in the United States. On top of that, the [...]
As Yahoo nears its much-delayed vote on June 8 over the sale of its Internet business to Verizon, the company released its definitive proxy statement Monday, which spelled out the deal for shareholders. But the filing also served as an...Show More Summary
I've been with Verizon since 2001, but the carrier's performance no longer lives up to its reputation.
Updated April, 2017: Galaxy S8+ is the new king of large phones. Best overall Best for battery Best for less Best Overall Samsung Galaxy S8+ See at Verizon See at AT&T See at T-Mobile See at Sprint See at Best Buy See at Amazon In the...Show More Summary
Verizon added a new $80 unlimited option to its prepaid lineup this morning. With this plan, you’ll get unlimited “high speed” data usage most of the time, except when on a congested network or you want to stream a video in something...Show More Summary
Verizon Wireless today added an unlimited data option to its series of prepaid plans. According to Verizon's web site, the new $80 plan includes unlimited high-speed service without a contract, though video is capped at 480p and prepaid customers may see slower speeds when the network is congested. Show More Summary
Verizon-branded Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, plus units in the Canadian market, are starting to receive the Android Nougat update. After releasing the Android 7.0 Nougat upgrade to its variants of Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6...Show More Summary
Marissa Mayer's tenure at Yahoo has been rough, but it'll have a happy ending — at least for her. The Yahoo CEO is in line for a massive $186 million payday once the company finalizes its sale to Verizon, adding on to Mayer's already-generous compensation packages. The payout puts Mayer among the top CEOs in the U.S. Show More Summary
The real price varies by customer and depends on what you pay Verizon today.
Ms. Mayer, Yahoo’s chief executive, failed to return the company to greatness but will have a big payday after the sale thanks to her stock, stock options and restricted stock units.
Having failed at the task for which she was hired (with Dan Loeb's help) some five years ago, namely turning Yahoo around, and set to terminate her relationship with Yahoo after it is fully consumed by Verizon in a few months, there was speculation what if any golden, or lead, parachute Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer would receive. Show More Summary
I've been somewhat amazed how seriously people are taking the possibility that Comcast and Verizon could be the next big merger. The idea was floated by Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam last week alongside other similarly grand ideas like Disney and CBS, and since then analysts and journalists have been offering some up a few thoughts. […]
The new 'gigabit' service from Verizon will offer 940Mbps downloads and 880Mbps uploads.