Tag Archive: Verizon


Do you prefer Verizon or T-Mobile?

Red vs. pink.

When looking at post-paid carriers in the United States, two of the most popular options are Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile. Verizon’s well-known for having one of the best networks across the entire country, but T-Mobile’s Un-Carrier movement has propelled it into huge success over the last few years.

Choosing between these two companies as your smartphone service provider can be a challenge, but at the end of the day, only one can reign supreme.

  [Read More…]

RED Hydrogen One coming to Verizon and AT&T

Verizon and AT&T both announced that they are carrying the RED Hydrogen One phone in stores later this summer, yet no exact pricing or release date has been revealed.

The post RED Hydrogen One coming to Verizon and AT&T appeared first on AndroidGuys.

The OnePlus 6 doesn’t work on Verizon or Sprint

It’s AT&T and T-Mobile only if you’re in the States.

It should come as no surprise to long-time OnePlus users, but the company’s newest phone, the OnePlus 6, doesn’t work on the largest U.S. carrier, Verizon, nor the fourth largest, Sprint. That’s despite technically supporting most, but not all, of the wireless bands a phone typically needs to run on those networks.

Given that no OnePlus phone — nor most “unlocked for the world” phones — have  [Read More…]

Verizon Visible, A new unlimited service plan

Verizon has created a secret offshoot service called Visible, which offers unlimited everything for only $ 40 a month. What are the inevitable downsides though?

The post Verizon Visible, A new unlimited service plan appeared first on AndroidGuys.

AndroidGuys In Brief: OnePlus, Motorola, Verizon (Podcast)

Welcome to In Brief, our periodic podcast which aims to provide you with all of the important things happening in the world of Android. In this episode, we discuss some last minute leaks for the OnePlus 6 smartphone, launch details for Motorola’s G6 and E5 line, and Verizon’s new Visible service.

The post AndroidGuys In Brief: OnePlus, Motorola, Verizon (Podcast) appeared first on AndroidGuys.

The best phones you can buy at Verizon Wireless right now (May 2018)

Are you a Verizon subscriber and looking for a new phone? Take a look at our list of the best phones you can buy from Verizon Wireless today.

The post The best phones you can buy at Verizon Wireless right now (May 2018) appeared first on AndroidGuys.

Still need a gift for Mother’s day? Verizon is here to help

Are you still on the hunt for a gift for Mother’s Day? Verizon has a buy one, get one deal going on right now. Click here for all the details.

The post Still need a gift for Mother’s day? Verizon is here to help appeared first on AndroidGuys.

Samsung partners with Oath to pre-load 4 Verizon apps on Galaxy S9 series

The S9/S9+ will now come with Yahoo Newsroom, Sports, Finance, and Go90.

Oath, Verizon Wireless’s digital media subsidiary, is partnering with Samsung to pre-load four of the company’s apps onto all Galaxy S9 and S9+ smartphones.

With this deal, Samsung’s Galaxy S9 series will now come pre-installed with Yahoo Newsroom, Yahoo Sports, Yahoo Finance, and Go90 (Verizon’s video streaming service). Along with the apps themselves, Oath content will also be presented to users via Bixby Home.

In  [Read More…]

LG’s “ThinQ” branding comes to the Verizon V30

Verizon has started rolling out an update to the LG V30, which includes the same “ThinQ” branding that will be coming to LG’s 2018 flagship device.

The post LG’s “ThinQ” branding comes to the Verizon V30 appeared first on AndroidGuys.

Development of eSIM tech halted thanks to legal feud with Verizon and AT&T

The Justice Department’s been conducting an investigation since February.

Trying to switch carriers is a royal pain the butt, and it was recently discovered that Verizon and AT&T are trying to make this process even more difficult. According to a report from The New York Times, the two carriers are under investigation by the U.S. Justice Department for working with GSMA to develop a technology that’ll allow them to lock eSIMs to their networks.

The antitrust investigation  [Read More…]