Posts Tagged ‘Verizon’
Earlier today, Engadget reported that Deutsche Telekom’s CEO, Rene Obermann, announced at the company’s analyst event that the United States division of T-Mobile will start selling iPhones and iPads in 2013. Currently, of the four major US carriers, T-Mobile is the only one that doesn’t offer the iPhone. This is mostly due to deep-rooted incompatibilities between Apple’s […]
This is the eighty-eighth episode of my series titled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode, I discuss Microsoft’s domination in home entertainment, the Untethered Jailbreak, Verizon’s plans to cease existing unlimited data plans and more! Links to the articles discussed in this episode:
Yesterday, following an earlier report (citing Verizon’s CFO) regarding the upcoming discontinuation of existing unlimited data plans as customers make the upgrade from 3G to LTE, Verizon issued a clarification statement to The New York Times.
Verizon, one of the major US carriers and the second to adopt Apple’s iPhone, is scheduled to move all customers who have retained their unlimited data plans to limited shared plans when they make the switch from 3G to LTE in the near future.
Today Verizon Wireless has confirmed that they intend to rollout a new service this summer that will allow families to utilize a single data plan instead of multiple. Verizon’s CEO, Lowell McAdam, has mentioned shared data plans in the past and has even previously stated that the service will be available by the end of […]
According to The Next Web, a new iPhone 4S ad (centered around Siri) aired this afternoon during SportsCenter on ESPN. The commercial, embedded above, appears to be a Verizon iPhone 4S advert featuring Samuel L. Jackson.
Equipped with a 42.5Wh battery and a Qualcomm MDM9600 chip, the new 4G LTE-capable iPad can use the personal hotspot feature for over a day on a single charge.
As reported by AllThingsD, a survey preformed by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners reveals where iPhone owners purchased their handset. It was discovered that 24 percent of customers purchased their iPhone online, whereas a staggering 76 percent of customers picked their iPhone up at a retail location.