It’s that time of the year where companies start offering up a bit more on their end for consumers. Verizon is no different, as they’ve launched something for iTunes Radio users.
In late July, Verizon Wireless made it clear that they planned on initiating “network optimizations” for the subscribers under Big Red’s umbrella accessing unlimited 4G LTE data. Turns out, they aren’t going through with it after all.
Verizon iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6 customers can finally surf the web while calling, also make HD Voice calls
On September 10, T-Mobile officially announced that Wi-Fi Calling is their next big push for subscribers, with a focused attempt at making calls transition flawlessly between the cellular network and a Wi-Fi connection. As is par for the course, other carriers are now voicing their own plans.
Apple began accepting pre-orders for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus on September 12th, receiving an unprecedented number of orders overnight. It now appears that the first batch of those orders are beginning to ship to customers, as Verizon has issued notices to those who pre-ordered with a tracking number and estimated delivery date.