Hey, you. Yeah, you. Grab your Verizon LTE phone and turn on the 4G. If you’re not seeing any signal on Verizon’s LTE network, and you’re in: The Triangle, North
Yesterday, all four major USA carriers officially announced the Samsung Galaxy S III – one of the most anticipated Android devices to date. They all will be launching it soon
Verizon officially confirmed today that they will carrying the Samsung Galaxy S III, one of the most anticipated Android smartphones of 2012. It will be up for pre-order from June 6.
Amazon dropped us a note to advise that they’ve started offering the Verizon Galaxy Nexus for one penny (with a new two-year service agreement). According to the online retailer, this
With no firm sale date, Verizon’s version of the Galaxy S III hits pre-orders next week.
Priced as low as $199, the Galaxy S III begins deploying later this month.
Verizon today announced that their Motorola Xoom 3G/4G will finally see its Android 4.0 update in but a few days time. As detailed by Verizon this afternoon, the Ice Cream
Verizon has approved a new software update for their Samsung Galaxy Nexus and looks to be deploying the release immediately. A support page for the handset has gone live and
With Android devices that start at a penny, Amazon has plenty to choose from for dads and grads.
Once updated, the four Android handsets will work in more than 200 countries.
A four day promotion will see Wirefly crediting $40 for each new activation or upgrade.
The carrier issues a statement on the upcoming data rate plan switch.
In past few years, Verizon brought a lot of devices to horizon and all of them were no doubt impressive devices. Like if we talk about Droid Incredible series, which
As consumers move from 3G to 4G LTE devices, Verizon will migrate consumers away from the unlimited data plan.