Verizon Wireless launched an unlimited plan not too long ago, and now the company has decided that its prepaid customers should be able to download to (mostly) their heart’s content.
Six years after is removed all its unlimited data plans, Verizon today launched Verizon Unlimited offering unlimited text, talk, and LTE data for its subscribers. The new plan will set subscribers back by $80 for a single number with taxes and any device payments being extra.
Verizon and T-Mobile Tie for Top Spot in Speed Rankings in OpenSignal’s ‘State of Mobile Networks’ Report
OpenSignal today published their ‘State of Mobile Networks’ report for the United States which reveals that Verizon and T-Mobile have both tied to the first spot in terms of 4G speeds. The report also provides more insight into how the four major US operators have improved their 4G network coverage in recent times.
After booting subscribers who were using more than 100GB of data on its grandfathered unlimited mobile data plan, Verizon has now decided to take a similar action against users who use more than 200GB data every month. The carrier will force users to either switch to one of its newer limited plans or disconnect their connection.
It’s important for Verizon Wireless customers to know how to check their mobile data usage throughout the month. Not only do data caps encourage monitoring, but especially those on shared family plans should keep an eye on everyone else’s habits.
Today appears to be Connectivity Issues Day for the iPhone 7, as another round of complaints have surfaced, this time focusing on network connectivity.
Which iPhone 7 Carrier Is the Best iPhone 7 Based on Coverage — AT&T vs. Sprint vs. T-Mobile vs. Verizon?
Before you start picking out colors and thinking about the capacity of your new device, prospective buyers of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus should first consider which carrier they will select for their new iPhone. Two critical considerations when choosing a carrier is cellular coverage and connection speed, both of which determine where you can make calls and check your email on the go.
Getting an iPhone 7 from a major wireless carrier in the United States might be easier than ever before, especially if you prefer not to pay for your new device.