Mastercard’s latest credit card comes with a biometric zone that stores your fingerprints.
Mastercard has rolled out a credit card that has an integrated fingerprint scanner, making it easier to authenticate purchases at retail stores. The card stores two fingerprints, and features an embedded sensor that lets you authorize payments instead of having to sign or use a PIN.
To get started, you’ll have to register your fingerprints at your bank, after which the information will [Read More…]
T-Mobile today took to the CES 2017 stage to introduce Un-carrier Next, four years after revealing the first Un-carrier move.
Un-carrier Next is aimed at rate plans and helping to simplify them. The latest Un-carrier move is made up of three main features:
Taxes all-in with T-Mobile One: With the new T-Mobile One plan, all taxes and fees are included with the advertised price. That means that for the $ 70 single line T-Mo One plan, you’ll pay exactly $ [Read More…]
Are you a Project Fi subscriber who knows someone who is using a Nexus or a Pixel phone? Then why not recommend they join Project Fi, as well? Google is going to make it worth for you. The search giant has just introduced a new referral program for Project Fi, which aims to bring more
Are you a Sprint customer? The you should know your favorite carrier just unleashed a new holiday promotion that is guaranteed to make Christmas better this year. All you need to do is visit Sprint’s new “Snow Place Like Home” website and enter the relevant information in order to be eligible to win one of
Google’s new Pixel duo is currently shipping to customers who pre-ordered the devices. But some are luckier than others. While Pixel phones have made it to some, others are still waiting to get ahold of their devices. To make matters even more frustrating, Google has apparently misjudged demand for the two phones, so the estimated
Samsung Electronics Canada has announced two credit options for Canadian Customers who have yet to return their Galaxy Note 7, with incentives for those who opt to exchange their recalled phone for a Galaxy S7 or S7 edge.
Starting today, Note 7 owners returning their device at the original point of purchase can receive the following credit options:
A $ 100 credit for customers exchanging their Note 7 for a Galaxy S7 or S7 edge. A $ [Read More…]
Earlier this week Samsung urged all Galaxy Note7 owners to power off their devices and stop using them immediately. The Korean tech giant also invited affected parties to take advantage of the remedies available, like requesting a full refund. Interestingly enough, US customers aren’t flocking to return the faulty phablet, so Samsung has come up
Only $ 25 credit if you’re changing brands.
With the brand damage caused by not one but two recalls, Samsung is offering incentives to Note 7 customers in the U.S. to keep them loyal to the Samsung brand. Anyone with the now canceled phone can claim $ 100 bill credit if they choose another Samsung smartphone, compared to just $ 25 if they choose another brand or a refund.
The new exchange program in the U.S. [Read More…]
The benefits of a power bank in one small, compact package!
If you find your phone tapped out of battery power often, no doubt you’ve probably looked into portable power banks. If you like the idea of having extra power with you, but dislike having to carry around the extra weight, you may love these super small and thin power packs!
GMLYE Ultra-Thin PowerJet Ultra-Compact pocket power bank TravelCard Charger Lankoo power bank
GMLYE Ultra-Thin [Read More…]