Verizon Won’t Sell Huawei Smartphones As Well

If Huawei had more support in Washington, perhaps it would have been able to properly break into the U.S. smartphone market by teaming up with carriers. The company had been talking to carriers about a possible partnership and AT&T had even confirmed at one point that it would launch the company’s new Mate 10 handset. AT&T pulled out of the deal reportedly because of pressure from the government and now […]


Interest In Apple’s New iPhones At US Carriers Hit An All-Time Low

Interest in Apple’s new iPhones has always been a given, but it seems that allure surrounding the iPhone might be starting to wane. This is according to a recent survey conducted by research firm Cowen in which they found that interest in Apple’s new iPhones has hit an all-time low amongst US carriers.


Verizon Go Unlimited Plan Will Also Provide Service In Canada And Mexico

Verizon split up its unlimited plan into three tiers last year – Go Unlimited, Beyond Unlimited, and Business Unlimited – with the price for one line on Go and Beyond being set at $75 and $85 respectively. Each plan has its own set of limitations on video streaming, international usage, and tethering but the carrier has now confirmed that its Go Unlimited subscribers will be able to take advantage of […]


Sprint’s Free Unlimited Service Is Back To Target Verizon Customers

Sprint has brought back a promotion that offers a year’s worth of free unlimited service to those who switch from their existing carrier and bring over their own device. The promotion is aimed at Verizon customers as the marketing materials tell them to “Stop feeling ripped off by Verizon.” Big Red customers can keep their Verizon handset as “save $900 in the first year,” according to Sprint.


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Verizon Also Reportedly Planning On Backing Off On Huawei Deal

A report from last year revealed that Huawei was in talks with US carriers such as AT&T and Verizon to bring their phones stateside and offer them through carrier contracts. However you might have also heard that a report yesterday from The Wall Street Journal revealed that AT&T apparently backed off on the deal.


Verizon Waives Fees For Subscribers Headed To The Winter Olympics

If you’re a Verizon subscriber and are planning to go to PyeongChang, South Korea for the Winter Olympics, there’s some good news for you. Verizon has announced that it’s waiving international roaming fees for customers who are going to attend the Winter Olympics. There is a catch, though, but you were probably expecting to hear that already.


Verizon’s 5G Fixed Wireless Service Will Rely On Samsung Hardware

Samsung announced today that it has been selected by Verizon to supply commercial 5G Fixed Wireless Access network solutions. Verizon’s fixed wireless 5G service is due to be rolled out in five U.S. cities before the end of this year. Samsung and Verizon will begin the rollout starting with Sacramento, California in the second half of this year.


Huawei Said To Be In Talks With AT&T, Verizon For US Launch

The US market is one of the markets that many companies would love to break into, and that’s apparently what Huawei is trying to do, according to a report from ETNews (via Wccftech). Now you might be thinking that Huawei’s phones can already be found in the market, so what’s the deal?


Verizon’s 5G Service Will Go Live In Five Cities Next Year

All major mobile carriers in the United States have been working on 5G networks but they’ve yet to start rolling them out. Verizon, the country’s largest mobile carrier, has said that it’s going to launch its 5G service in five cities across the United States by next year. The rollout will start with Sacramento, California in the second half of next year.


The OnePlus 5T Won’t Work On Sprint Or Verizon

If the recently announced OnePlus 5T sounds like something you would be interested in getting, the phone will be available for purchase in the US come 21st of November. However if you are planning on using it with Sprint or Verizon, you will be disappointed to learn that the handset will not play nice with either carrier.


Verizon Discounting Nearly All Of Its Moto Mods By 50%

While we can’t be sure if modular smartphones will ever become a thing again, it’s safe to say that Motorola’s attempts with the Moto Z series and the Moto Mods are still going on strong. Just recently the company launched a new Polaroid Moto Mod that allowed users to print photos while on the go.


Moto Z2 Force Has Reportedly Only Sold 145,000 Units Through Carriers

The Moto Z2 Force was announced back in July and went on sale in August and is supposed to represent the latest and greatest smartphone from Motorola. Unfortunately it seems that despite Motorola’s best efforts, the competition could be proving a bit too strong for the company because according to the numbers from Strategy Analytics (via PocketNow), the phone hasn’t been selling so well.


HP Elite x3 With Verizon Compatibility Available Now

It was reported last month that HP was thinking about ending sales of the HP Elite x3, a productivity powerhouse that runs Windows 10 Mobile. The company isn’t giving up on this device as yet even though it has canned the plans for a successor. HP confirmed recently that it’s going to continue selling the device through 2019. It’s now selling the Verizon-compatible model of the HP Elite x3 via […]


Verizon Will No Longer Throttle Video Streaming

Earlier this year it was discovered that Verizon was throttling Netflix streams, although the company claimed that this was a test. Unfortunately it later proved to be true as Verizon later launched new unlimited data plans that throttled video streams, where users on the basic unlimited plans would have their videos capped at 480p quality on their phones.