Verizon is the largest wireless carrier in the United States, with over 110 million customers. Although we often refer to "Verizon" as a carrier, it is actually a large telecommunications company that offers wired internet, phone and television service and also operates its subsidiary, Verizon Wireless, as the wireless carrier.
Verizon's network consists of a CDMA 3G network and LTE 4G network,...
Verizon has announced that it will be flipping on its 4G LTE service in more cities on December 20th.
Here is the list that will accompany those that were announced earlier this month:
Casa Grande, Arizona
Ruidoso, New Mexico
Mason City, Iowa
Charles City, Iowa
Hastings and Kearney,...
In what has become typical fashion, Verizon announced today that they will be flipping the 4G LTE switch tomorrow, August 16th, in 34 new markets while expanding coverage across 38 others. To give Verizon their due credit, their 4G LTE rollout now covers more than 75 percent of the U.S. population making their grand total of areas covered beyond 370 markets. Looking for the full list to see if...
Verizon announced today that they will be flipping the 4G LTE switch tomorrow, July 19, that will bring the high-speed service to 33 new markets. They also announced the expansion of 32 markets , which will also happen July 19.
The new markets to receive 4G LTE are:
El Dorado/Magnolia, Arkansas
New London County, Connecticut
Fort Pierce/Vero Beach, Florida...
There has been more then a few HTC devices floating around out there for the past few months, most of which have now been uncovered but one lingering about at the FCC is the HTC PJ53100. The FCC shares the fact this one has Verizon LTE bands on board and not much else so we're left to wonder if this is the unannounced device that popped up a few days ago referred to as the Droid Incredible HD...
Verizon is gearing up for the holidays and come Nov. 24, they have some great deals lined up for customers. Kicking things off, they've now gone ahead and announced the Droid Incredible 2's new red color option and sale prices for a slew of other devices, mind the dates though as they are specific:
Droid Incredible 2 (Red) - Available online on Nov. 24, 25 and 28 and in Verizon Wireless...
Verizon is continuing their roll out of 4G LTE across the Nation and come December 15 they'll be adding nine New Hampshire communities to the mix. If you happen to live in any of the areas listed below -- you're in luck:
Manchester-Boston Regional Airport
As of November 17th,...
The Motorola Droid 4 has already been spotted in all its glory but there isn't a whole lot of info out there when it comes to a release date. Its been speculated that it would be a while yet before you can head on down to a retail location and pick one up given the Motorola Droid 3 hasn't been out all that long but we're not so sure about that.
Motorola has been busy as of late pushing devices...
With the announcement of the Motorola Droid RAZR, Verizon also confirmed some new double data LTE plans to go along with it. More data is always a good thing, so we're gald to see it happening on Verizon. So what are they all about and how can you get into them?
Eligibility – Twice the Data
All customer types are eligible including consumers, business and Verizon Wireless employees.
If you've watched last night's Galaxy Nexus and Ice Cream Sandwich unveiling, you'll recall the sequence where the phone was hooked up to a camera rig and used to capture some impressive-looking time-lapse videos. Now, some behind-the-scenes photos of the rig, uploaded by Google's Romain Guy, have given us our best indication yet that Big Red will indeed be getting an LTE version of the upcoming...
Verizon announced today that it will be bringing their 4G LTE service to Fargo, North Dakota and Moorhead, Minnesota on Sept. 15. This news comes days after Verizon announced their LTE deployment to 15 new cities. Consumers throughout the mid-west should be excited as they will soon be able to experience the lightning fast speeds seen on Verizon's 4G network.[Update: We originally wrote that the...
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