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.
Verizon‘s LTE Advanced network, which aims to boost peak download speeds for subscribers, is finally launching.
Verizon still has customers on its network that have hung onto their unlimited data plans, but the Big Red carrier wants them to transition.
Verizon has announced that it will start disconnecting users with “unlimited” data plans who regularly use more than 100GB per month. Its ban hammer will start to fall on September 1, at which point repeat offenders will be asked to switch to tiered plans before being kicked.
Verizon has decided to shake things up when it comes to its rate plans, offering more data for more money every month, and a few new features for good measure.
Leading up to a holiday weekend in the United States, Verizon Wireless is launching another one of its trade-in promotions to help new, and potential subscribers get a new device.