Tag Archive: Service

Visible users will need another service to roam

Best answer: No. Visible only provides service in the U.S., so you’ll need to use another SIM card for international usage.

Reliable data at home or abroad : Google Fi (From $ 20/mo. at Google Fi) Simple, affordable, and unlimited in the U.S. : Visible Unlimited ($ 40/mo. at Visible) Service at home

Simplicity is the game that Visible is playing. With a consistent $ 40 per month plan and no variations, you give up a few  [Read More…]

Google will roll out its ‘Play Pass’ subscription service ‘soon’

You may have to shell out $ 5 a month to get a Play Pass subscription.

What you need to know Google’s Play Pass subscription service is coming soon. The service is expecteed to have a $ 5 monthly fee and include access to ‘hundreds’ of premium apps. Games like Stardew Valley and Marvel Pinball will also be included.

Google’s Play Store subscription service, called Play Pass, will soon be launched to take on the Apple Arcade  [Read More…]

What is Samsung’s Galaxy Fold Premier Service?

After several rounds of delays, Samsung has relaunched the Galaxy Fold. The phone is going up for sale in Korea on September 6 and will be available in the U.S. starting September 27, and Samsung is introducing a new Premier Service that allows Galaxy Fold customers access to Samsung experts for “tailored guidance and support over the phone any time, any day.” Here’s what you need to know about the Galaxy Fold Premier Service.

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Fitbit announces new Versa 2 smartwatch and Premium subscription service

There’s also a more affordable Aria smart scale.

What you need to know Fitbit has announced the Versa 2 — its latest smartwatch with Alexa, 5+ days of battery, and more. The company’s launching Fitbit Premium for $ 10/month to access personalized programs/coaching. Also unveiled is the $ 50 Aria Air smart scale.

Once or twice a year, Fitbit takes to New York City to talk about its latest lineup of products to carry it though the  [Read More…]

OnePlus 7 Pro 5G joins Sprint as service expands to more cities

The OnePlus 7 Pro 5G will reportedly cost $ 840 on Sprint.

What you need to know Sprint has added the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G to its lineup of 5G phones. It can be purchased in select True Mobile 5G market retail stores beginning August 27 and online starting August 28. Sprint has expanded 5G coverage to four new cities including, Los Angeles, NYC, Phoenix, and Washington D.C.

Sprint has been teasing us for a while with  [Read More…]

Microsoft’s Your Phone service goes down, throwing up connection errors

Connection errors are currently plaguing the Your Phone service.

What you need to know Microsoft’s Your Phone app and service are down right now. Users may experience connection errors between their phone and the Your Phone app. Microsoft has acknowledged the issue and is working on a fix.

Updated August 26, 2019: The service issues seem have been resolved. Your Phone should be working as normal now.

If you’ve noticed the Your Phone app on your  [Read More…]

Verizon is teaming up with Boingo to bring its 5G service indoors

The partnership aims at expanding Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband service in more public locations.

What you need to know Verizon has partnered with Boingo to bring its 5G Ultra Wideband service indoors and to public places such as airports, stadiums, and hotels. Big Red is also set to launch its 5G service in Greater Phoenix on August 23. Verizon will begin selling the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G in stores and online from August 23.

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T-Mobile service is down right now for many customers

T-Mobile is down across portions of the U.S. right now.

What you need to know T-Mobile is down for many customers across the U.S. right now. Many customers are reporting issues sending and receiving text messages and calls. There’s no word from T-Mobile yet on what is causing the issue, but its engineers are “working on a resolution.”

T-Mobile is down for many customers around the U.S. right now. Many customers have taken to social media to  [Read More…]

Xiaomi, Vivo, and OPPO introduce an AirDrop-like file transfer service

The peer-to-peer file service will support multiple file formats.

What you need to know Chinese smartphone makers Xiaomi, Vivo, and OPPO have come together to create a cross-brand file transfer system. The solution will allow consumers to transfer files between their phones with speeds of up to 20MB/s. It is highly likely that some more Android OEMs will join the alliance in the future.

Popular Chinese brands Xiaomi, Vivo, and OPPO today announced a new cross-brand file  [Read More…]

Google exposes Pixel 4 features and tests Play Pass subscription service

Daniel Bader, Andrew Martonik, and Jerry Hildenbrand talk in depth about Google’s recent tease of Pixel 4. They also discuss rumors about the Play Pass subscription service, which will offer access to hundreds of premium apps and games. Finally, NVIDIA updates Shield TV to Android 9 Pie, and a group of industrious users have developed a hack to run Android on Nintendo Switch.

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