Well, that didn’t take long. We recently told you about Comcast’s plans to get into the wireless business, and now it appears they will have some competition. Charter is hopping on the wireless bandwagon as well, and you may be surprised by who they will lease their airtime from.
If you reside in the states, you are no doubt familiar with Comcast. They will soon be in even more homes, as the company has announced their intentions to enter the wild world of mobile carriers.
Say goodbye to dirt-cheap Nexuses, as according to today’s intel, the Google Pixel asking price is supposedly $650 for starters, which is basically what Apple charges for its regular iPhone 7.
If you want to change your not so old device for a brand new flagship, today’s a good day for you, because Verizon offers a discount of up to three hundred bucks for a Samsung Galaxy Note 7, Note 5, Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, a Moto Z Force Droid or a Moto Z Droid if you trade in your old droid/iPhone for a brand new one.
Unless the world suddenly comes to a halt, Google will unveil a couple of Nexus handsets soon. According to a new leak, Verizon is going back to the Nexus well again as they are tipped to have both of the Nexus 2016 smartphones ready to roll.
The HTC Desire 530 has been on our radar for quite some time, and recently became available to folks in the US. Well, that was unlocked so if you prefer to break things down, Verizon has a deal for you.
If you’re the proud owner of an LG G5 or V10 smartphone, today’s a big day, as Verizon has started rolling the latest software updates for these cool droids. Don’t worry, you don’t have to do anything out of the ordinary, just keep reading.
Good news for US customers: the long wait for Moto-droids is over, as the brand new Moto Z and Moto Z Force (Droid Edition) are now available exclusively on Verizon on pre-order starting from like…now. If you hurry up and pre-order today, you’ll be getting yours in selected Verizon stores exactly one week from now, on July 28th.
We are about to be overwhelmed with July 4th sales, and Verizon has just fired up their latest promo to try and lure some new consumers in. The Verizon Nation Trade-in event is back, and you can save up to $300 bucks on a new handset if you are willing to let go of an old one.
While most of our time here at Phonesreview.co.uk is spent discussing specifications and release dates of unannounced smartphones, we do cover the carriers from time to time. Verizon is under the microscope today with a new rumor involving a big change to their data plans.