HTC EVO 4G LTE Packs Secret 3G Feature

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Today is the day that at least some HTC EVO 4G LTE owners will be getting their devices and they’ll be happy to know that their new device, unlike the EVOs of old, supports simultaneous voice and data over Sprint’s 3G network. Amongst all of the HTC EVO 4G LTE’s features, this is one that […]

Sprint Launches New Tethering Plans

Sprint Unveils New Tethering Plans

Sprint has rather quietly killed off its 5GB tethering plan and introduced two new tethering plans to customers on its network. In a post on its community forums, Sprint outlined the details. The 5GB for $29.99 a month plan has been sent off into the sunset and in its place, the carrier has introduced two […]

T-Mobile Rules Out Shared Data Plans

T-Mobile Says No to Shared Data Plans

T-Mobile won’t be following in the footsteps of AT&T and Verizon when it comes to offering shared data plans. In a blog post today, the carrier ruled out the idea of introducing shared data plans, at least for the time being. T-Mobile says that it doesn’t think consumers will benefit from a shared data plan. […]

AT&T 4G LTE Expands to Three New Cities

AT&T 4G LTE Expands to Three New Cities

With Verizon lighting up a host of new cities with 4G LTE today, it’s only right that AT&T make an expansion of its own as the carrier bolstered its new 4G LTE network with three new cities today. While AT&T’s roll out isn’t as expansive as Verizon’s, it does bring three major cities into the […]

Here’s How Verizon Plans to Take Your Unlimited Data Plan

Here's How Verizon Plans to Take Your Unlimited Data Plan

Today Verizon revealed how it will kill unlimited data plans. Shortly after releasing a vague statement in which is declined to provide much detail, Verizon has dished some details to The New York Times that clarify just what it plans to do with unlimited data. Customers who are already on an unlimited data plan will […]

T-Mobile Announces New Contract-Free Data Plans

T-Mobile Offers New Prepaid Data Plans

On May 20 T-Mobile will start offering new, less expensive contract-free data plans for mobile hotspots, tablets, and USB sticks. T-Mobile’s new plans start on Monday, May 18 with the base plan offering 300MB of data in a week for $15. The rest of the plans offer data for a month at a time. Those […]

Verizon Offers Little Clarification on Killing Unlimited Data

Verizon Offers Little Clarification on Unlimited Data Disappearing

Yesterday, Verizon CFO Fran Shammo dropped a bomb on owners of grandfathered unlimited data plans saying that the company would be killing those in favor of shared data. Shammo’s announcement though was unfortunately light on the details. Today, Verizon has released a vague statement promising to clarify that policy change when its shared data plan […]

Verizon to Kill Grandfathered Unlimited Data Plans

Verizon to Kill Grandfathered Unlimited Data Plans

Verizon has confirmed that it will be killing off grandfathered unlimited data plans that it offers to 3G customers who had contracts in place prior to the carrier’s introduction of tiered data last July. According to Fierce Wireless, Verizon CFO Fran Shammo confirmed the news at the J.P. Morgan Technology, Media and Telecom conference. Shammo […]

Verizon Plans Massive 4G LTE Expansion for May 17th

Verizon Plans Massive 4G LTE Expansion for May 17th

Verizon has planned a massive 4G LTE expansion for May 17th wherein the carrier will be launching its high-speed network in 28 new markets across the United States while expanding it in 11 others. The carrier has a tendency to stagger its 4G LTE roll out announcements but today, it took a different approach and […]

Verizon Reveals More Upcoming 4G LTE Markets

Verizon Reveals More Upcoming 4G LTE Markets

Yesterday, Verizon announced a flurry of new markets set to be given 4G LTE coverage on May 17th. And sure enough, the carrier is at it again, announcing even more markets that will be graced with the high-speed network later on this month. Verizon has revealed five more U.S. cities that are set to be […]

Verizon 4G LTE Coverage Expands Again on May 17th

Verizon 4G LTE Coverage Expands Again on May 17th

Verizon is already miles ahead of both AT&T and Sprint in terms of its 4G LTE footprint and the carrier plans to widen that gap again with another 4G LTE expansion that will take place on May 17th. The carrier’s 4G LTE network is already in place in over 200 markets in the U.S. AT&T, […]

AT&T Family Data Plan Coming Soon

AT&T Changes International Data Plans

It appears that AT&T family data plans might be rolling out in the near future. In comments made to CNET, AT&T’s CEO Ralph de la Vega seemed to hint that the carrier’s highly anticipated family data plans might actually be rolling out sooner rather than later. De la Vega said that the carrier has a […]

Has Verizon Already Screwed Galaxy S III Owners?

Has Verizon Already Screwed Future Galaxy S III Owners?

It looks like Verizon is at it again. First, it was (and still is) the carrier’s treatment of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and now, it appears that it’s going to be giving another Samsung device, the Galaxy S III, and its future owners the same kind of terrible treatment. To bring those of you out […]

Verizon 4G LTE Double Data Plans Ending in June?

Verizon 4G LTE Double Data Plans Ending in June?

It appears that Verizon will stop hosting its current 4G LTE double data promotion in the early part of June leaving customers just under a month to take advantage of the offer before it disappears. A report from Droid-Life indicates that Verizon will be stopping the promotion on June 3rd and it’s unclear if the […]

4G LTE BlackBerry PlayBook Coming Later This Year

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RIM CEO Thorsten Heins has confirmed that the company will indeed be releasing a 4G LTE enabled BlackBerry PlayBook in 2012 and that it will be arriving on shelves at some point later this year. He declined to offer a specific release date. Heins, according to Engadget, made the comments at a press event this […]

AT&T Reveals Upcoming 4G LTE Market

AT&T Reveals New 4G LTE Market

AT&T is set to widely expand its high-speed 4G LTE network here in the United States and today, the carrier announced a new market that is set to get blanketed with its new network in 2012. The carrier confirmed that Salt Lake City, the capital of Utah, will see 4G LTE service from Ma Bel […]

Sprint Confirms 4G WiMax Coming to Boost and Virgin Mobile

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Following news that some recent 4G WiMax smartphones on Sprint’s network that were released within the last year–like the HTC EVO 3D and HTC EVO Design 4G–would be making their way to Sprint-owned prepaid carriers Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile USA sometime this year, the Now Network has confirmed that it will also be blessing […]

Google Drive Automatically Downloaded and Replaced My Google Docs App

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Android users looking for the Google Docs app might be surprised to discover that it is missing. Google replaced Google Docs for Android with the new Google Drive app on many Android phones. Google Drive is a free online storage service from Google that keeps documents and data stored in the cloud, accessible by Android, […]

Google Drive is Finally Real: Google Docs With More Storage

Google Drive is Finally Real, is Google Docs With More Storage

Google has finally made Google Drive official in an announcement on its official blog. The announcement comes shortly after Google France jumped the gun with the announcement and detailed the service in its entirety. As expected, the service is going to offer users 5GB of cloud storage for free and those who need more storage […]

FCC Hoping to End Bill Shock With New Alert System

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The FCC is hoping to protect American wireless consumers from unsightly–and unexpected–high cellular phone and data bills with a new alert system that would warn mobile subscribers when you’re near your limits. With the nation’s two largest national carriers AT&T and Verizon Wireless having already moved to tiered and metered data plans, the FCC’s alert […]