Apple is frantically trying to increase its market share in the price-conscious Indian market. The company started by pushing the sales of lower end models like the iPhone SE, 6 Plus and 6s Plus. Now the company has decided to stop selling iPhone SE, 6, 6 Plus and 6s plus in India. Starting now iPhone 6s will become the entry-level iPhone in India.
iOS 13 is starting to get some attention as January wraps up, but the latest rumor isn’t a positive one.
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.
If you didn’t happen to take advantage of any Black Friday or Cyber Monday deals out there over the weekend, Apple has another option for you.
If you have an iPhone 6 Plus that is in need of repair, it looks like Apple may be essentially upgrading some customers for a limited time.
AT&T will soon be introducing prepaid iPhone plans starting from $45/month. The carrier will be offering the 32GB iPhone 6s for $344.99, while the iPhone 6s Plus will cost $444.99.
Earlier this year, Comcast launched its own MVNO, Xfinity Mobile, and, just recently, it became available across the entire United States.
I’ll start with a rather obvious statement — Apple has tremendous brand value. Thousands of publications (including this one) dedicatedly write about everything the company does on a daily basis. Apple also fuels the curiosity by heavily guarding what their next product looks like.
Virgin Mobile has been one of the more popular MVNO options in the United States for quite a while, but the carrier has just announced a pretty big change that may shake things up quite a bit.
Earlier this year, Comcast announced its own MVNO, a brand new wireless service that accesses Verizon Wireless’s network called Xfinity Mobile.