Lowell McAdam, the chief executive officer of Verizon Wireless, has revealed that the 5G tests (as promised) that the Big Red conducted in the community of Basking Ridge in the state of New Jersey have exhibited connection speeds of up to 1.8 gbps. McAdam further hinted that the range of the 5G coverage it is testing could reach up to a kilometer in distance.
So you just got a new smartphone. Obviously, you will not be needing your old smartphone anymore, so if you are not thinking of keeping it for sentimental reasons, you can just sell it or give it away.
But before you do, you need to remember that your old smartphone is not just some used toy. It is also something that holds loads of personal information and other data that you still might need. To make sure that you got everything covered before getting rid of your old phone, here are some simple tips.
The smartphone has forever changed the way the average person takes spontaneous pictures. Since most people carry around their smartphones everywhere with them versus only bring out the old point-and-shoot camera for special occasions, more photos are being taken per year than any other time in history.
Gone are the days of a five phone selection and limited service plans. With today's large assortment of smartphones from every wireless carrier also comes a multitude of service plans and options, including "unlimited" and "shared" plans. What's the Buzz on picking the best plan today? People are asking: "How much data do I need?".
A smartphone is a necessity these days but even more so for any parent. Your phone can make calls, surf the web, and help keep appointments. But what people forget is that for parents, a smartphone can be that needed connection back to reality or even the hero of the day when your child is about to have a meltdown in the most public of places. When purchasing a new phone, there are a few key features that every parent should be sure their new phone has.
Nothing is more frustrating than wanting to watch your favorite show(s) and you cannot find the remote for the TV or the satellite/cable box. If you use the HTC One Android Smartphone for Sprint, AT&T, T-Mobile or Verizon Wireless you never have to worry about this problem again after following our setup guide.
Our friends over at Boy Genius Report posted a new article and photos August 17th revealing the Motorola DROID HD in a series of pictures that show off the sleek design! For every fan of this great lineup of DROIDs from Motorola and Verizon Wireless along with a great Android operating system; this is very welcome news indeed.
No word yet on an official release date however. You can only imagine that the release date will soon follow as these images and specs infer that the device is in the final stages. There is also no news as to if the DROID HD will work on the superfast 4G LTE Verizon network. The product could be released along with the Motorola DROID Bionic that has also been highly awaited. Here are the benefits of the Motorola DROID HD to the Verizon Wireless lineup:
Wirefly has long had a "Refer-A-Friend" program that pays $25 for each person you successfully refer to Wirefly. For the month of July 2011, that program gets even better: If you successfully refer five people to Wirefly, you not only earn $125, you get the MotoRokr EQ7 wireless sound system by JBL for free. The MotoRokr EQ7 is a terrific compact audio system for a computer or cell phone, and it's designed and built by one of the most respected names in the audio business: JBL.
The number "4" must stand for "confusion." The term "4G" has been a hot topic in the cellular industry for the past year and there certainly has been a lot of confusion about it. In this brief article, we will explain what 4G is, why it's desirable and what you need to do to get it.
First, "4G" stands for "fourth-generation," meaning it is the fourth generation of cellular networking technology. Just for the record, here are the previous generations:
1G: Analog and digital voice-grade connections;
2G: Medium-speed digital connections in the range of 150-500 kilobits per second (kbps);
3G: High-speed digital connections from 500 kbps to 3 megabits per second (Mbps).
You don't have to change your phone number when switching carriers. It’s easy to transfer (or “port”) phone numbers between carriers, or even to transfer a phone number from a landline to a cell phone. Known as wireless number portability, this process is quick and convenient when you order new cell phone service through Wirefly.
Steps to Transfer Your Phone Number
After adding a phone to your cart, make sure to click on the box that says “Switch my existing wireless number to my new “phone.” You will be asked to provide your current provider, wireless phone number, and account number, which you can find on your monthly statement. The order to transfer your phone number will be submitted along with your application for service.
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