In early 2018, Verizon introduced a brand new MVNO option for folks who would like to use Verizon’s network, but not necessarily sign up for the service.
PSA: Verizon’s Free Apple Music Subscription Isn’t Available for the Grandfathered ‘Verizon Plan Unlimited’
Verizon and Apple have collaborated on a nice deal for Apple Music subscribers, with the carrier opting to cover the cost of a monthly subscription for some.
T-Mobile and AT&T have been offering free spam protection on some level or another as a free service to customers for quite some time, and Verizon is finally following suit.
Verizon may not have as many bundled perks as some of the other carriers out there, but it does, at the very least, offer up a six month free trial period of Apple Music. So that’s something.
As 5G starts to become the norm, which is going to happen sooner rather than later for some customers, wireless companies are going to start finding new ways to tap into the more powerful wireless technology.
One of the pieces of the giant data puzzle that carriers are able to routinely obtain from a smartphone on its network is geo-location, but unfortunately for customers that data hasn’t been handled all that well.
The Federal Communications Commission has voted this week on a party-line vote to classify text messages in a specific way that will give wireless carriers even more power.
While AT&T was the first wireless carrier in the United States to switch on eSIM support for Apple’s newest iPhones, Verizon isn’t too far behind.
5G is the next major milestone for the major wireless carriers in the United States, and they all have their sights set on a wide launch for the network technology in 2019.