Verizon performed a bit of market research and recently came to the conclusion that most customers don’t use more than 5GB of data per month. According to Big Red, 4 out of 5 of its subscribers take advantage of less than 5GB, so the company has come up with a new plan to cater to
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Samsung is apparently having a hard time closing the Galaxy Note7 chapter once and for all. Earlier this month, the Korean tech giant said 96% of Note7 units in the US have been returned. The company has been working with all major carriers in the country including Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint in order to
Verizon is taking additional measures to retrieve the Note 7.
Earlier this month, Samsung announced that it recovered over 96% of Note 7 devices sold in the U.S. With the carriers issuing updates to effectively brick the phone, most customers that have bought the device have returned it to Samsung. However, Verizon has revealed to Fortune that “thousands” of its customers are still using the device, posing a legitimate safety risk:
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Right now you can pick up a Daydream View for just $ 50 at Verizon, a savings of $ 30 from its regular price. The carrier is offering all three colors at the discount, so you can pick between slate, snow, and crimson. The Daydream View allows you to experience tons of great VR content right from your phone wherever you are, and doesn’t have a huge initial startup cost. If you’re looking to dabble into the world of Virtual [Read More…]
Remember we told you the 128GB Pixel XL was in high demand at Verizon? The carrier started sales of the Pixel in October 2016, but those who ordered the beefier Pixel XL model were notified their phone might not arrive until early 2017. Well it appears Verizon is still having a hard time keeping up
It’s the end of the line for Note 7 holdouts on Verizon.
Verizon is pushing out its update for the ill-fated Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which effectively bricks the phone for conventional by preventing the device’s battery from being recharged. Once the battery reaches 0%, the phone will only be able to be powered on when plugged into a wall outlet or external charger.
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Kyocera’s latest rugged phone has a built-in action camera.
Kyocera unveiled the DuraForce Pro back in August, and the phone is now up for sale at Verizon for $ 408 outright or $ 17 per month for 24 months.
The latest in Kyocera’s range of rugged phones, the DuraForce Pro offers a wide-angle view action camera that shoots at 1080p. The body itself is shockproof, drop-proof, and dustproof, and can withstand being submerged in water up to [Read More…]
For professionals working in dangerous environments or just those who are prone to accidents, Verizon just introduced the Kyocera DuraForce Pro smartphone. The device takes advantage of the Verizon-exclusive scratch-resistant Sapphire Shield display to add even more durability. But that’s not all, the Kyorcera DuraForce Pro boasts a rugged shell that is MIL-STD 810G certified
We recently shared with you some of the best Android phones that are waiting for you at AT&T to pick them up. But if for some reason you don’t want to do business with the carrier, we suggest you take a look at its biggest competitor, Verizon. Big Red also has a pretty extensive portfolio
Time to purchase a new smartphone? Is this an upgrade from an existing device? We want to help you out either way. To save you money, we’ve gathered up all of the promotions we could find from Verizon. Regardless of where you’re thinking of going for service, or what phone you are looking to pick up,