03/21/2012, Virgin Mobile USA has apologized for the most recent downtime, having restored it after more or less a dozen hours. According to Virgin Mobile USA, those who are still experiencing issues might want to attempt this potential remedial step – by removing the battery and restarting the device. I guess this is always the last resort of any handset, no? If it still does not work, you might want to, […]
02/28/2012, During MWC HTC revealed their line up of HTC One phones, and among that list was the HTC One V, a device with modest specifications and with a design philosophy that is reminiscent of the HTC Legend back in the day. The device along with its siblings is expected to hit the market in April, and for those of us stateside who are looking forward to getting their hands on […]
09/30/2011, Along with the announcement of the LG Optimus Slider, Virgin Mobile has outed another Android handset, this time in the form of the HTC Wildfire S. It does not differ much from the HTC Wildfire S that debuted back in February, but for those who prefer not to be tied down on contract, perhaps Virgin Mobile’s version of the Wildfire S could be a handset worth considering. The handset will […]
09/30/2011, If you’re in the market for a smartphone featuring a physical QWERTY slideout keyboard, the good news is that Virgin Mobile has just announced the LG Optimus Slider, which as the name implies, is a smartphone that will sport a slideout keyboard, which we think will be great especially if you send out a lot of text messages/emails.
09/14/2011, Virgin Mobile users, it looks like the Motorola Titanium will not be the first Android Gingerbread handset to arrive on the carrier, but rather a relatively obscure handset called the JukeB. As the name implies, there’s some sort of music/audio theme surrounding the device, but as to what exactly makes it a music device still remains unknown.
07/13/2011, Companies are in business simply because they have one thing in mind – their bottom line, alongside the usual reasons such as making the world a better place, providing jobs for the local populace, improving the life of those around amongst many others. Well, the bottom line is still a huge concern to many CEOs, as they spend sleepless nights wondering how to increase the profit margin without looking as […]
06/09/2011, In addition to the Motorola PHOTON 4G that made its debut today, Motorola also announced its first phone to be available exclusively to Virgin Mobile USA customers – the Motorola TRIUMPH. It is a feature rich Android handset that can be bought without a contract (a nice option to have these days). The Motorola TRIUMPH packs a 4.1″ WVGA display, a 1GHz processor, a 5-megapixel rear camera and a VGA […]
02/16/2011, Virgin Mobile USA has some good news for its Samsung Intercept owners – they carrier will be rolling out their Android 2.2 Froyo update sometime early this spring, which could point towards March 25 thereabouts according to whispers on the ground. This could very well be a loose release date, as some of us might actually end up waiting until a week after, but still, the calendar shouldn’t go pass […]
02/16/2011, You know how it is with mobile carriers – their unlimited data plan normally comes with an asterisk in its description, simply because you don’t get what you pay for, and the moment you hit a predetermined figure in your total data used, your connection will be throttled. Virgin Mobile has gone around quietly to reduce its ‘unlimited’ Broadband2Go mobile data plan at a 2.5GB cap while increasing its monthly […]
01/12/2011, Virgin Mobile decided to be a party pooper by stopping its all-inclusive, $40 monthly 3G Broadband 2Go data plan. In place of that, they will enforce a soft data cap whenever users hit 5GB worth of data use during their monthly use, throttlign your speed after that. According to Virgin Mobile, this is to ensure a fair playing field for all their users for a more optimal experience. Hey Virgin […]
01/12/2011, At long last, owners of the Samsung Intercept will be getting some Froyo love this coming spring. After all, Virgin Mobile just made available said smartphone last October, so to see them release the Android 2.2 Froyo update in just three months thereabouts is pretty speedy compared to other carriers that sport Android phones. The update should be rolling out Over The Air, so keep on checking in due time […]
11/18/2010, Got $20 to spare each month? You might want to consider chanelling that kind of money to Virgin Mobile’s 1GB data plan as part of its Broadband2Go offerings. This will be a Walmart exclusive, and will sit comfortably between the company’s $10, 100MB and $40, unlimited monthly data options. According to a Virgin Mobile representative, “Today Virgin Mobile launched an exclusive $20 Broadband2Go mobile broadband plan available only at Walmart […]
10/04/2010, Want to pick up a new Android-poweres Samsung Intercept? You can now do so thanks to Virgin Mobile and the help of Target, where this new handset can be picked up for $249.99 a pop sans contract. Apart from full integration with social networking apps, the Intercept will also bring Microsoft Outlook Exchange e-mail and advanced messaging capabilities to your palm. Other hardware specifications include a 3.2-inch touchscreen display, a […]
09/30/2010, The Samsung Intercept which will be made available via Virgin Mobile (which is incidentally, the first Android device from Virgin Mobile), although we do not yet know when or how much the Intercept is going for. Well, it has already started to make an appearance over at Target stores for $249.99 which is pretty decent when you think about it considering the handset is a pre-paid model, and that alone […]