There are a lot of things to consider when you are purchasing a new iPhone SE. You have to pick a color, choose a capacity and, most importantly, select the right carrier. Choosing a carrier is likely the most important decision in this process as you want to ensure you pick the carrier that best suits your needs.
iPhone SE Buyer’s Guide: Which Carrier to Choose Based on Coverage – AT&T vs. Verizon vs. Sprint vs. T-Mobile
iPhone SE Buying Guide: Which Carrier Offers the Most Affordable Plans — AT&T vs. Verizon vs. Sprint vs. T-Mobile?
Buying a new iPhone is filled with decisions — which color phone do I get, which capacity best meets my needs and so on. Once you have the phone part nailed down, you still have to spend some considering the carrier. Coverage is one consideration, so is cost. Which carrier –Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile or Sprint — offers the best rates? Read on to find out the best option for the iPhone SE.
Fees are no stranger to wireless carriers, and it looks like Verizon Wireless is gearing up to launch another one that will make getting a new phone even more expensive.
Apple rolled out its third iOS 9.3 beta earlier this week — and followed it up with a public beta on Wednesday — and although it is almost identical to the second beta, there is one nice new addition. Those on Verizon can now enjoy Wi-Fi Calling.
Unlimited data used to be a huge selling point for wireless carriers, but it’s certainly not the case these days — not for all the carriers, anyway.
Finding out a way to give wireless customers access to data while not actually impacting their bucket allotment is a big deal to carriers recently, and now Verizon’s getting in on the fun, too.
The one thing that all the carriers can agree on in the United States, is that they don’t want subscribers to be on another network. That’s why switching promos exist.
Verizon today announced that the launch of its Wi-Fi calling service. The service will launch on December 8, and will initially be available only to Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge. iPhone users on Verizon’s network will be able to enjoy Wi-Fi calling on their phone only from early next year.
Consumer Reports has been conducting its nationwide survey to rank the “Big Four” wireless carriers in the United States for five years now, and finally an upset has occurred.
While Verizon Wireless initially had plans to launch Wi-Fi Calling in the middle part of 2015, that didn’t turn out to be the case. Fortunately, the wait is almost over.