4G LTE

Lenovo rolls out cheapest 4G Android phone in India, calls it A2010

One of Lenovo's biggest markets is India and so the company regularly brings new phones to the country. As an emerging market, there is a large demand for affordable phones that still deliver good specs and features. Recently introduced is the A2010 smartphone that features a 4.5-inch FWVGA screen, 1 GHz quad-core MediaTek SoC, 5 megapixel rear camera with LED flash, 2 megapixel front-facing camera, dual SIM support, 4G LTE connectivity, and a 2000mAh battery.

Six more markets receive Verizon XLTE goodness

The XLTE market is rapidly expanding in the United States. Well, at least according to Verizon as the company recently announced that they have improved the network so 4G LTE mobile connection will be faster than ever. Verizon Wireless has proudly announced that the AWS spectrum and the standard 700MHz 4G LTE spectrum will now be available for XLTE-capable devices.

Google scales up Project Loon to bring Internet access to everyone

Google's Project Loon first took flight in August 2013 from California and it has since been flying with colors. This project was first aimed to bring WiFi connectivity to Africa. As we all know, Google is serious about its plans to launch WiFi in emerging markets especially in developing countries. Meanwhile in the United States, Google is expanding Fiber to more cities. There's also that rumor that a cellular service is in the works and some more details about the Google Carrier project being leaked. All these information prove to us one thing: Google wants to bring Internet access to everyone.

Bank your unused data with T-Mobile’s Data Stash for prepaid

Data usage among mobile subscribers is not always the same every month. And yet, most carriers still charge us the same amount, whether or not you've used up all your data allocation, which sometimes seems a little too unfair. Storing your data is an option that only very few carriers offer, and T-Mobile is at the forefront when it comes to this. Now they're offering even prepaid subscribers the option to do so with the Data Stash for Simple Choice prepaid subscribers.

MediaTek launches MT6753 chipset with ‘WorldMode’ LTE

MediaTek, makers of chipsets that are usually found in the more affordable smartphone products, is taking 4G connectivity and giving it to more people with the new MT6753 chipset. The plan is to make 4G LTE more affordable, and this might just be the chipset to seal the deal – with products who will pack this new chipset in their innards already lined up for the second half of 2015.

LG Watch Urbane gets LTE, NFC, and battery variant

It isn't uncommon for companies to try and squeeze all they can from a winning product, but LG might again be going overboard just a wee bit. Just a week after it unveiled the classy LG Watch Urbane, which has still to make a public appearance at MWC 2015, it is announcing a new variant that might make you think twice about reaching for that new smartwatch. As the name suggests, the LG Watch Urbane LTE adds 4G connectivity, but it is also adding a lot more than that.

Cricket Wireless unveils new All In pre-paid plan

Cricket Wireless has announced a new calling plan for customers that it claims to offer the most value out there. The plan is called the All In plan and it offers users 2.5GB of high-speed data and unlimited nationwide calling and text for $35 monthly after a $5 autopay credit. That monthly amount include all taxes and fees.

MetroPCS announces $50 promotional plan including unlimited data

MetroPCS is rolling out a new service plan for customers who are looking to get unlimited data. The promotion of the service plan has customers dishing out $50 per month - giving subscribers unlimited talk, text, and 4G LTE data. The promotion is followed by fine details but nothing in a sense where you would be receiving hidden charges. Simply stated, you need to sign up before April 5, own a certified metroPCS phone, and you cant BYOD (bring your own device).
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