Verizon’s Edge Program Now Lets You Upgrade Every 30 Days

Have to have the absolute latest in mobile tech? Six months too long to wait to upgrade? Verizon has the answer for you. Now Verizon's Edge program lets customers upgrade once every thirty days! This is a big change for those of us who love our smartphones but only for a month or so till something shinier and newer catches our eye. Naturally changing smartphones out once a month is not going to be a cheap thing to do, so there has to...

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T-Mobile Continues it’s “Un-carrier” Rollout by Paying Early Termination Fees

There was a leak a little earlier that as part of T-Mobiles "Un-carrier 4.0" event T-Mobile would start paying your early termination fees if you switched from AT&T, Verizon or Sprint to T-Mobile. T-Mobile's president John Legere announced a "get out of jail free card" from other wireless carriers, so customers on family plans can save hundreds of dollars by switching. According to T-Mobile themselves here's how it works: Starting...

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AT&T Bring Something New to the Wireless Game – Sponsored Data

In today's smartphone world, data usage is on the rise. Combine that with the fact that unlimited data plans are long gone on the two biggest carriers, you end up with the a data-strapped consumer. In fact, according to AT&T themselves,...

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AT&T adds new 4G LTE markets to inch closer to 500

AT&T has spent the past two years trying to rehab its image as the network of slow speeds and dropped calls. Building a strong 4G LTE network is critical for that to happen, so AT&T has so far focused its efforts on expanding its 4G network across the U.S. The carrier has so far reached 488 markets, and considering that it tends to upgrade in batches, LTE launch #500 shouldn’t be too far away. Here are the 12 new AT&T...

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Carriers agree to make unlocking phones easier

Getting a phone unlocked from a carrier can be a very frustrating process. I've unlocked three phones with AT&T this year and each instance was just as frustrating as the previous case. Now, AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, and US Cellular have jointly agreed to new policies that should make unlocking a phone easier and more fair if a customer has no financial ties to the device. Here are the new guidelines, set to go into...

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AT&T lowers prices for customers who buy a phone or don’t have a contract

AT&T is cutting a deal for customers who have unsubsidized smartphones on its network. The carrier previously charged subscribers the same price regardless if they had a contract or paid full price for a phone. Beginning Sunday, December 8, AT&T will lower the price for customers who are not on contract or bring their own devices to the network. It has also lowered the price on some data packages, so it's possible for some...

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