It was back in August of last year when Verizon Wireless had decided to revamp its its existing unlimited plans. It had introduced (or re-introduced) an unlimited data plan about six months earlier, but then later divided it into the following tiers: the Go Unlimited plan, the Beyond Unlimited plan, and the Business Unlimited plan (for enterprise clients).
T-Mobile has built quite a reputation for always trying to shake up the wireless industry, particularly with its efforts to steal away current subscribers from its rivals (most especially industry leaders Verizon Wireless and AT&T). Because the so-called Uncarrier is fairly good at this sort of tactics, it is no wonder that Verizon has been spurred into action. Recently, the Big Red is offering a couple of new deals that should counter two existing special offers from T-Mobile.
Three weeks after it was officially unveiled, LG’s newest flagship -- the G7 ThinQ -- is now made available for preordering from three major US carriers, with industry leader Verizon Wireless starting the ball rolling today, while T-Mobile and Sprint to follow suit tomorrow. It should still be noted though that the phablet will not launch until June 1st.
According to the latest speed test report recently released by OpenSignal, it appears that average connection speeds are improving across all of the Big Four carriers in America (namely Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint), despite the fact that the level of data usage has increased primarily due to the popularity of
Various customers of the Big Red who are based in the New York and New Jersey have reported seeing limits on their dashboard on Verizon Wireless’ official website. As recently reported by consumer group Stop the Cap, Verizon’s high speed Internet plan displayed a data limit of 150 gigabytes, while its high speed Internet enhanced plan showed a limit of 250 gigabytes. Among those who reported the data caps, some of them were planning to change or upgrade their existing DSL package.
As told by Lowell McAdam, the chief executive officer of Verizon Wireless, to CNBC recently, it appears that the Big Red is planning to launch its 5G offering in the city of Los Angeles in California before the end of this year. McAdam further noted that the municipalities of California cities such as Los Angeles and Sacramento (the state’s capital) are helping immensely in facilitating future 5G roll outs.
It is perfectly okay if you have never heard of Visible -- this new mobile service provider was after all quietly launched by Verizon Wireless some time this year. But to those who are curious what this new startup brings to the table, know that Visible’s services include unlimited data, voice call minutes, and text messaging for a budget friendly pricing of just $40 per month.
The Xperia XZ2 Compact, which is one of the two Xperia XZ2 smartphone devices that Sony had formally announced back in February early this year, has been officially certified by Verizon Wireless to work on its network. For those looking to purchase the handset, they can now get it from Best Buy and then have it go through BYOD (bring your own device) activation on the biggest mobile operator in the United States.
ROK Mobile, the mobile virtual network operator that runs on the networks of national carriers Verizon Wireless, AT&T and Sprint, has recently revealed that it is now discontinuing its plans under Verizon and Sprint, as reported by Prepaid Phone News. The announcement was made by way of a letter sent out to its distribution partners.
Matt Ellis, the chief financial officer of Verizon Wireless, has recently stated that together with the launch of the carrier’s upcoming 5G offering, the Big Red will also be debuting a new over the top (OTT) video streaming service.
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