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.
If you are a prospective buyer of the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus that Apple introduced at its product event on Tuesday afternoon, then perhaps you are wondering which carrier in the United States provides the best coverage. After you’re done comparing prices, read ahead to find out which carrier is most suitable for you in terms of service.
With the highly-anticipated release of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus right around the corner, it is that time of the year when you are likely considering switching carriers and finding the best plan for you based on cost and what each package includes in terms of talk, text and data. Fortunately, for those living in the United States, we’ve done the homework for you and prepared this guide of which carrier to choose based on cost.
Verizon on Tuesday announced that it will be rolling out VoLTE and HD Voice on its nationwide 4G LTE network in the coming weeks. VoLTE, or Voice over LTE, enables smartphone users to make simplified voice calls, including the ability to easily switch between a voice-only call and video call with a simple tap of the screen.
Verizon is set to launch Voice over LTE service in the fourth quarter of this year, although its first LTE-only smartphones will not hit the market until 2016. The carrier will continue selling phones with CDMA chipsets through the first half of 2016.