Posts Tagged: "verizon"

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Moto X On Sale for $20 at Amazon

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Got plans to get a new smartphone this weekend?  Well, if you’re NOT on Sprint, you can nab the Moto X for just $20 on contract. That’s a pretty decent price drop from when the phone first launched.  For existing Sprint customers the cost will be $50. Of note, Amazon...

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AT&T vs. Verizon Wireless Shared Plans (comparison)

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Both Verizon (the largest wireless provider in the U.S.) and AT&T (the second-largest wireless provider in the U.S.), offer “shared plans.” Meaning, you can share your voice minutes, texting, and data across multiple devices. The plans are sometimes a more economical alternative for small businesses, families, and other groups who...

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Verizon Edge vs. T-Mobile Jump (comparison)

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We’re really getting into the phone upgrade program comparisons now, digging deep to see which wireless service providers offer the best deals. But it doesn’t always come down to dollars, at least for those of us who like to have the newest gadgets. It’s also about getting the devices we...

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HTC Droid DNA Review

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pple started the one-trick pony for smartphones. Samsung, the largest smartphone producer in the world, took several years to partially catch up with two major flagship models and dozens of offshoots. HTC, in much more dire straights, decided to accept Cupertino’s challenge wholeheartedly after a somewhat failed attempt after their...

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AT&T Next vs. Verizon Edge (comparison)

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Let’s take a look and compare AT&T’s recently launched “Next” phone upgrade option with Verizon’s upcoming “Edge” plan, scheduled to launch August 25. Both plans are geared towards gadget fanatics who want to get the newest technology as soon as released. Both companies also follow the lead of competing wireless...

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Verizon’s Femtocells Can Be Used To Spy On You

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Femtocells are fairly innocuous: You might have seen one and not even realized what it was. It’s essentially a tiny cell tower, used by cellular providers to offer better service for indoor locations that might otherwise block your signal. Unfortunately, Verizon’s femtocells can also apparently offer new methods of spying...