Verizon Wireless subscriber, moving forward you will be waiting a bit longer for an upgrade. Coming by way of a recent announcement, Verizon Wireless has said they are extending the upgrade eligibility to the end of the 24th month. For those not familiar with the current set-up, Verizon customers had been eligible to upgrade after the 20th month.
Pantech Burst smartphone, or their Pantech Element 8-inch Android tablet? Chances are you might even own both considering they came in a package deal for $250 from AT&T. For those who happen to own either of these budget devices, the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update is now available for your updating pleasure.
AT&T today has announced another city that will soon be seeing the upgrade to their new next-gen long term evolution network known as 4G LTE. They've been rolling out the speedy mobile service to multiple cities and networks over the past few weeks, but are still no where near the operating capacity of Verizon. Along with the news they've also expanded service in parts of Texas such as Austin.
$30 upgrade fee for those looking to upgrade their smartphone. While I'm not a fan of the fee and don't like it one bit myself, it isn't as bad as it sounds and won't be going away either. I'll tell you why below.
4G LTE network. Being way behind Verizon's rollout is one thing, but taking forever to add more is another. Today they've announced an additional 12 markets will see 4G LTE speeds starting Sunday, April 8th.
T-Mobile AT&T merger has been terminated they are looking ahead to 2013 and trying hard to get back on track. Last month they announced their plans to rollout a 4G LTE network similar to the current offerings from Verizon and AT&T, and today they've detailed more cities getting HSPA+ 4G starting today -- and their plans for the future.
Samsung Galaxy Note. Starting this Sunday the 12th AT&T will be doubling the handset upgrade fee from $18 dollars to $36. This wont effect customers on a daily basis, but is double what users have paid all year thus far.