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Verizon HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE Price And Release Date Announced

The launch details of HTC’s Droid Incredible 4G LTE is now official. The phone will retail in the US for $149.99 with a 2-year service agreement. There is also a $50 mail-in rebate. This new Droid will make it to the Verizon Wireless Communication Stores and the official site on July 5. HTC’s new Droid has a … Continue reading

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AT&T’s Q1 2011 Results Report Sale Of 5.5 Million Smartphones, Company’s Best-Ever First Quarter For Smartphones

We’ve been waiting for this one, the first indicator of the mythical Verizon iPhone‘s impact on the fortunes of the formerly exclusive Applephone carrier, AT&T. As it turns out, business is rolling along as usual over on the blue team, where AT&T spent Q1 2011 activating a total of 3.6 million iPhones, a nice round million … Continue reading

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Verizon Sold More Than 1 Million iPhone’s In February

Verizon Wireless sold “well over 1 million” iPhones during the smartphone’s first few weeks of availability, according to new numbers from research and measurement firm comScore. The number is perhaps the first official, independent tally of sales of the device. ComScore obtained the figure through its monthly surveys of Americans’ wireless activities. The company surveyed … Continue reading

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iPhone 4 Users On Verizon Are More Satisfied Than Those on AT&T

A new ChangeWave survey of 4,068 consumers has taken a close up look at key comparisons between Verizon iPhone 4 owners and AT&T iPhone 4 owners – including customer satisfaction and dropped call rates. The ChangeWave survey, completed March 28th, was conducted several weeks after Verizon began offering the iPhone 4. Among other things, the … Continue reading

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Sprint To Launch Its Own Mobile Payments Service In 2011 To Challenge Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile Partnership

The company is working on a system with payment vendors and handset makers, and it plans to have it in place this year — before Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile‘s joint effort debuts. Sprint was the odd man out when the other major wireless carriers — Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile — announced a partnership with Discover … Continue reading

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Verizon Tops J.D Power’s Wireless Call Quality Performance Study in the US

Verizon Wireless once again tops the list for the best Call Quality Performance across the Nation. This has been confirmed by JD Power’s latest call quality study reports, which has been released this week. Verizon wireless for the 13th straight time ranks top among the wireless. According to JD Power’s call quality report, Verizon the … Continue reading

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Best Buy Puts Motorola Xoom Pre-Order Price at US$ 1,999

The Motorola Xoom is up for grabs at Best Buy for a whopping US$ 1,199. The tablet can be ordered starting this coming Thursday, February 17. However, I don’t think that a lot of people would be interested in “investing” Moto‘s latest gadget even if Best Buy is offering some “Great Financing Offer’. On the … Continue reading

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Verizon Conducts First VoLTE Test Call, Plans to Showcase Service at MWC

Verizon Wireless’ push to bring voice services to its recently launched LTE network gained momentum as the carrier said it placed an “IMS-based VoLTE (Voice over LTE) call over its commercial network” yesterday morning. The carrier claims the call was the first over a commercial network. The call was placed using a pair of soon-to-launch … Continue reading

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Verizon Wireless Expands 3G Wireless Network in Sherborn, Massachusetts

To continue to stay ahead of rising demand for wireless voice, 3G multimedia and Internet access in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Verizon Wireless has expanded its local network. Earlier this year the company earned recognition from J.D. Power and Associates for “Highest Call Quality Performance among Wireless Cell Phone Users in the Northeast” *. Consumer Advantages … Continue reading

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Samsung P1000 Galaxy Tab Available to GSM/CDMA/WiMax Carriers in US, Aims To Sell 10 Million Units

Samsung is following a multi-carrier policy in the US to introduce its Apple iPad challenger, the P1000 Galaxy Tab. AT&T, Verizon and Sprint are all expected to get the Galaxy Tab. However, it seems that T-Mobile may miss out on this one. Continue reading

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