Archive for the ‘Cell Phone News’ Category
Unlocking phones may be legal again. Don’t ask me what the penalty is for unlocking a cell phone you purchased but it will probably be legal again according to the article below. That’s a good thing our jails are already overcrowded.
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Do you have a family member that would benefit from a personal emergency device. Verizon carries SureResponse that is an easy to use wearable device that lets individual place a call in a case of emergency to a SureResponse Care Agent. Center Agents can connect your family member to friends and family.
Who do you use for your home internet service? How would you like to have Verizon’s 4G network lightning-fast internet connection in your home? We now offer HomeFusion Broadband that can connect up to 20 devices via Wi-Fi AND 4 devices via Ethernet cables.
Home Phone Connect
Who is your landline home service provider? How would you like to save money on your landline phone service? Verizon Wireless now offers a service called Home Phone Connect for only $20 a month. It includes unlimited domestic calling, long distance and all the essential features you need: Caller ID, 3-Way Calling, Call Forwarding, Voicemail, and E911 support at no additional cost.
This report explains how AT&T sets a much lower standard than Verizon Wireless for the speed of the devices and service it labels as 4G. The vast majority of what AT&T calls its 4G network is far slower than what Verizon Wireless call 4G, which is actually 4G LTE – a different technology that is four times faster or more. AT&T can do this because there are no regulations or governing standards.
Take a look at the report and get a better understanding of what 2G, 3G, 4G and 4G LTE means. A new report from Grudi Associates provides facts and explanations about 3G, 4G and 4G LTE wireless services that help customers choose the right carrier and service, while avoiding advertising hype.
Verizon Wireless is introducing the Share Everything Plan!
Unlimited Talk, Unlimited Text and a single pool of shareable data to power up to 10 devices. It’s the plan that revolves around you. Only from Verizon, with more 4G LTE coverage than all other networks combined!
5 Key Benefits of the Share Everything Plan
1. Unlimited Minutes for all devices on a Share Everything account. No more worries about overage charges.
2. Unlimited Messages for all devices on a Share Everything account. Send as many text, picture and video messages as you want!
3. Shareable Data for all the devices on your accounts. Select how much you’ll need, and then share it with up to 10 devices.
4. Mobile Hotspot is included on all capable devices. Connect your device and share your data allowance with multiple Wi-Fi enabled devices.
5. Connect up to 10 devices. Choose which devices you’d like to connect and then share your data.
Also beginning 6/28, with the benefits presented by Share Everything, customers who upgrad
e their devices at with a new two year agreement will no longer be able to keep unlimited data. Customers will now have the flexibility to add up to 10 devices and share data.
Example of new plan with 2 basic phones sharing unlimited talk, text and 300MB of data = $100 per month.
you can add up to 8 more basic phones for an additional $30 per month each. That’s 10 basic phones for $340 per month. (Families or business can benefit on the nations most reliable network)
Example of new plan with two Smart phones sharing unlimited talk, text and 4 GB of data = $150 per month
Verizon Wireless today announced the availability of a new prepaid plan beginning May 1, offering unlimited talk and text messaging, as well as 1 GB of data for $80 per month. This monthly plan, available on the prepaid Samsung Illusion™, provides customers with an affordable, flexible option to take advantage of the nation’s largest, most reliable 3G network without the commitment of an annual contract. The Samsung Illusion prepaid package will also be available in Verizon Wireless Communications Stores and online at www.verizonwireless.com for $169.99.
Additionally, starting May 1, customers can purchase a prepaid Verizon Jetpack™ 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot MiFi® 4510L and take advantage of new prepaid Mobile Broadband plans. With the prepaid Jetpack, customers can now create a personal Wi-Fi cloud capable of sharing the high-speed Internet connectivity of the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network with up to five Wi-Fi-enabled devices simultaneously. Prepaid 4G LTE Mobile Broadband plans are as follows:
$15 for 250 MB of data weekly $60 for 3 GB of data monthly $90 for 10 GB of data monthly.
The Verizon Jetpack 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot MiFi 4510L prepaid package will be available in Verizon Wireless Communications Stores and online at www.verizonwireless.com for $129.99.
From keeping in touch with friends to surfing the Web, Verizon Wireless gives customers the power and flexibility to stay connected, with no annual contract, to America’s largest and most reliable high-speed wireless network. For more information on prepaid plan offerings, visit www.verizonwireles.com
Do you ever wonder what information can be seen and used from your cellphone. Take a look at how the cops and the carriers use your information and records
In New York there were more than 26,000 incidents of electronics theft in the first 10 months of 2011—81% involving mobile phones—according to an internal police-department document reported by the New York Daily News.
The report said electronics are now the most stolen type of property, surpassing cash. In Washington, D.C., cellphone-related robberies jumped 54% from 2007 to 2011 according to the Metropolitan Police Department.
Yesterday I advised a client who just lost a iPhone 4S to call and report the phone stolen so it could be put on the lost stolen list and never work on Verizon Wireless again unless they take it off the list.
AT&T and Nokia are about to launch the Lumia 900, arguably the first Windows Phone “hero” device to hit the U.S. market. Business users should pay close attention, given Blackberry’s steepening decline and a leveling off of business feature enhancements on iOS and Android.
It’s but a wee bit of time until the Nokia Lumia 900 officially launches on AT&T and savvy shoppers can pick themselves up a brand-new Windows Phone for the simple price of one penny.
No, that’s not a typo. AT&T might have the Lumia 900 listed for a cool $99.99 as of this article’s writing, but a quick trip over to Amazon reveals that you can purchase the same device for a tiny piece of copper (technically, copper-plated Zinc, but who’s counting?