Verizon has asked the FCC to allow it to enable Wi-Fi calling on its network. The move comes just weeks after AT&T was granted a waiver by the regulatory body, allowing it to offer Wi-Fi calling to its customers for the first time.
Verizon today announced its plans of rolling out Voice over LTE (VoLTE) in the US over the next few months. The timing of this announcement is quite significant, as iOS 8 and iPhone 6, slated to be released in the next few months, will support VoLTE.
Verizon customers able to upgrade to new iPhones without losing unlimited data plans [Updated: Loophole closed]
Engadget is reporting that a number of Verizon customers who are on the grandfathered unlimited data plans are able to upgrade to the new iPhones without losing their unlimited data plans.
As you are aware, Verizon put an end to grandfathered data plans last year, forcing customers to switch to one of their Share Everything data plans when they wanted to switch from 3G to 4G LTE for the iPhone 5.
The iPhone 5s and 5c launch in less than 24 hours from now, which means you are likely thinking long and hard about buying your next iPhone. Besides which iPhone model you want to buy, the next most important question you need to ask yourself is which carrier should I choose. Some of you are not going to switch as you have too many friends and family on the same network. Many of you, though, want the coverage that suits your needs and are willing to switch if the fit is right. Read on as we compare each major carrier in the US and discuss their coverage options.
Apple is making four different models of iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c to expand LTE support, but they won’t support simultaneous voice and data on Verizon or Sprint.