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Verizon adds LG Transpyre to prepaid catalog

For people who don’t want to be burdened with contracts, prepaid is usually the way to. But the US consumer market has become so used to contracts that mobile providers rarely put quality phones for their prepaid service. Verizon has recently tried to improve its lineup of phones by adding the new LG Transpyre smartphone to its prepaid mix.

Verizon brings two new tablets: LG G Pad 7.0 LTE and 10.0 LTE

People are always looking towards to the holiday season not just to receive gifts from loved ones but to also buy new gadgets for themselves (or in younger people's case, to ask their parents for new gadgets). Verizon has just announced two new products that will vie for your wallet's attention: the LG G Pad 7.0 LTE and its slightly bigger cousin, the LG G Pad 10.0 LTE.

Verizon changes Early Termination Fee Policy

Got a Verizon phone and you want to terminate your contract? You may have to spend more if you wish to cancel phone service in the first eight months of your contract. The network recently changed a policy on customer agreement related to Early Termination Fee (ETF).

Verizon outs new Ellipsis 8 tablet to add to consumer options

As Verizon would say it, “more tablets mean more options” for their US consumers. And so they drop a new tablet called the Verizon Ellipsis 8, which provides Verizon customers with a sort of in-between-er – should they wish to forego the Apple iPads or the Samsung Galaxy Tabs. And with very capable specs, the Ellipsis 8 provides a viable option for consumers looking to save a few bucks.

DROID Turbo review: The do-it-all Android phone

Just like 2013, late 2014 brought us a Moto X from Motorola, but also a new DROID lineup. The Verizon-only handset is — like the Moto X refresh — a linear upgrade, void of much to “new” really look at. Still, and again as we saw with the other phone we keep mentioning here, the DROID Turbo isn’t just iterative. As the pound-for-pound champion in the DROID lineup, the Turbo is meant as the flagship Verizon handset. Is it worth of that title, though? We find out.

Verizon and AT&T to offer VoLTE interoperability by 2015

Voice over LTE (VoLTE) technology is certainly an intriguing proposition and many are predicting it will be the main way to digitally communicate in a few years time. But one probable problem that users will encounter is that you are still limited to making voice and HD video calls within your network only. That is about to change as two of the US' biggest carriers, AT&T and Verizon announced that they will be offering VoLTE interoperability by 2015, a move that might just get people (well, at least subscribers to the two networks) on board with this all-IP technology.

AT&T, Verizon offer more data in plan promos

Two of the United States’ biggest mobile carriers are stepping up and giving users more data to use on their mobile devices as more and more people get access to LTE connectivity. LTE – popularly known as 4G connectivity (although if we’re being technical, it’s not really 4G, but we’re nitpicking) – is now becoming more and more common in more areas in the US, and it seems a good move for AT&T and Verizon to offer more data in their plans for consumers.
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