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Verizon Communications Inc is a broadband and telecommunications company. It is mainly known for its Verizon Wireless division which is the largest wireless carrier in the United States, and one of the largest in the world. Verizon Wireless has traditionally used CDMA technology and was the first U.S carrier to deploy a 4G LTE network (Long Term Evolution). Learn more about U.S 4G Networks.

Verizon Announces $55 For 5GB Plan

01/18/2017, Carriers often announce new plans to try and entice new customers or to get existing customers to switch/upgrade. Verizon’s latest announcement comes in the form of a new data plan which they are calling $55 for 5GB, which as the name already reveals is...

Moto Z Nougat Update Due Next Month, Moto Z Play In March

01/18/2017, Verizon has already released Android 7.0 Nougat for the Moto Z Droid which is exclusive to the carrier. Motorola also sells an unlocked version of this handset called the Moto Z and that hasn’t been updated to Nougat yet. Naturally, those who own...

Verizon To Redirect Outgoing Calls Made On The Galaxy Note 7

01/17/2017, When the three other major carriers in the US announced their plans to issue an update that would effectively disable the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, Verizon was the only carrier to not come on board with the plan. Their reason was that they did not want...

Verizon Upgrade Free Raised To $30

01/10/2017, Verizon recently announced that it was getting rid of two-year contracts for smartphone upgrades. That’s not all. It has also decided to increase the smartphone upgrade fee from $20 to $30. Verizon customers will now be charged the additional $10...

Verizon Starts Warning Unlimited Data Hogs To Switch Plans By Feb 16

01/09/2017, The whole point of unlimited data plans is so that consumers don’t have to worry about exceeding a data cap in which either internet speeds will be throttled, or they might have to end up paying overages. However some customers have abused this by using...

Verizon Gets Rid Of Two-Year Contracts For Smartphone Upgrades

01/06/2017, In a bid to retain customers, what carriers typically do is allow them to make upgrades to their existing devices by paying a small fee, as well as signing a new contract that will ensure that the customer will stick around for the next couple of years....

Verizon Exec Says They’re Unsure About Yahoo Deal

01/06/2017, Yahoo is definitely no longer the internet darling it once was, and it seems that a recent spate of hacks did not do the company any favors. In fact for a moment Yahoo looked like they were going to be given a lifeline by Verizon, but like we said the...

Blackberry Mercury Release Rumored For Verizon In The U.S.

12/27/2016, BlackBerry recently bowed out of the smartphone business properly by announcing that it has inked an exclusive agreement with China-based TCL to manufacture and sell devices with the iconic BB brand. The Canadian company will no longer be making its own...

Verizon Discounts 2nd Gen Moto 360 By $100

12/26/2016, Are you looking to purchase a new smartwatch? If so, perhaps you might want to check out the offer that Verizon has launched for the 2nd-generation Moto 360. It’s a robust smartwatch powered by Android Wear and is certainly worth the money. Speaking...

Kyocera’s DuraForce Pro Now Available From Verizon

12/16/2016, If you’re more concerned about the longevity of your smartphone, or maybe if you want a smartphone that you can take with you to the outdoors without worrying about it getting damaged, you’ll be pleased to learn that the Kyocera DuraForce Pro has been...

Verizon Will Disable The Galaxy Note 7 On January 5, 2017

12/15/2016, Recently Samsung announced that they will be pushing out an update for the Note 7 handset in the US that would effectively kill it. Basically it would disable all connectivity and stop the phone from charging, which means that once it’s dead it stays...

Verizon May Be Thinking About Giving Up On Yahoo Acquisition

12/15/2016, Verizon announced its intention to acquire Yahoo for $4.83 billion in July this year. However, Yahoo revealed in September that it had encountered a major cyberattack which left personal information of hundreds of millions of users compromised. Verizon...

T-Mobile Stores May Start Displaying Google Pixel Soon

12/14/2016, The Pixel is the first smartphone that’s “Made by Google” and it appears to be performing very well ever since it was released a couple of months ago. Google is selling this handset unlocked and off-contract via the Play Store but it has...