Verizon handset without any sort of protection plan you now have an opportunity to get the coverage you need -- even if you missed out on that initial availability window. Verizon Wireless along with Asurion are currently offering a second chance open enrollment and those looking to sign-up have until December 2nd to do so. This includes the Total Mobile Protection and Wireless Phone Protection options, both of which include device replacements.
HTC EVO Design smartphone. The service includes a basic level of minutes, messages and data with options to purchase more if needed.
T-Mobile began rolling out their “UnCarrier” approach to mobile, part of that plan was unsubsidized devices. In moving their company stores away from subsidized plans, they let the third party stores continue to offer devices with contracts. WalMart, Target, Costco -- all offering subsidized devices when T-Mobile didn’t.
announced they had finally launched their 400th 4G LTE market in the US, and today they have even more good news. They aren't showing any signs of slowing down, just like Verizon, and today have fired up another 8 cities with 4G LTE speeds and are on track to meet their goals.
Pebble smartwatch had a rather successful run on Kickstarter. Those watches then arrived for direct sales from Pebble and with big box retailer Best Buy. And moving forward, it looks like the Pebble will soon be available with AT&T. In fact, AT&T has announced they will be the "exclusive carrier" for the Pebble. The watch will be available beginning this weekend.
declined to renew a copyright-law exemption that saw the legalization of cellphone unlocking. This isn't rooting or bootloaders, but carrier unlocking smartphones to be used on other networks, or while abroad. You might remember the petitions that made the White House issue a statement, and now they're at it again.
Republic Wireless has confirmed the upcoming availability of the Moto X. The carrier has announced the pricing, however there hasn't been anything offered in terms of a release date just yet. And in addition to the Moto X news, Republic Wireless also detailed some upcoming changes to the available plans. Unlike the release of the Moto X, those new plans will go into effect in November.
AT&T are looking to sell roughly 10,000 cell towers to the tune of around $5 billion. At least according to some new details from Bloomberg.