Verizon Stops Throttling 3G Data Users

Joe Paonessa - Aug 15, 2015
FierceWireless reports that Verizon has officially stopped throttling those users who are on 3G devices with unlimited data plans.  This is great news for the 9 million Verizon 3G smartphone users out there, and the fraction of those users with unlimited data. Verizon officially stopped throttling its 3G customers under
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Verizon Wireless Eliminates Subsidies and Restructures Data Plans

Joe Paonessa - Aug 8, 2015
Verizon Wireless today announced some changes to its wireless policies and plans.  First off, following the lead of T-Mobile, starting August 13, 2015 the company will eliminate phone subsidies and require customers to either pay for their smartphone in monthly installments or buy it outright. Also eliminated are traditional single
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Verizon Prepaid Motorola G on Sale for $24.99 at Walmart

Joe Paonessa - May 27, 2015
Walmart has rolled back the price of the Motorola G prepaid non LTE version to $24.99 which is $14 cheaper than what Amazon is currently selling it for ($38.88).  The Walmart sale price is also cheaper than what you would find on eBay.  The budget phone, released in late 2013
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Verizon and Sprint LG G2’s on Sale for $149.99, ATT For $174.99

Joe Paonessa - May 6, 2015
Best Buy has the Verizon and Sprint LG G2’s on Sale for $149.99 Best Buy is currently running a sale on the Verizon and Sprint LG G2 models, the VS980 and LS980 respectively.  This is quite a good price for this 2013 flagship device. The Verizon variant differs from the
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Verizon Wireless Prepaid Plan Changes

Verizon Looks to Debut New Prepaid Plans Starting March 1st Offering Less for More

Joe Paonessa - Feb 21, 2015
  Summary of Verizon’s Proposed Prepaid Wireless Plan Changes via        Come March 1st Verizon is said to be releasing a new prepaid wireless plan for $60.  The new plan will include unlimited talk and text, and 2.5 GB of 4G LTE data that becomes 3 GB if you
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Verizon and AT&T Increase Data on Select Plans

Joe Paonessa - Nov 1, 2014
Verizon and AT&T are Increasing Data on Select Plans Starting today, November 1st for Verizon, you’ll find you’ll have more data available to you on select plans.  Verizon is offering both new and current customers the ability to receive 10 GB for $80 (up from 6 GB) or 15 GB
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Early Verizon Edge Upgrades Become More Expensive?

Joe Paonessa - Oct 15, 2014
Verizon Modifies Edge Program Starting tomorrow, October 16th, Verizon’s Edge program will have new terms and conditions making it more difficult to upgrade early, or at least more expensive. Payments for those of you joining the Edge program will now be spread out over 24 months instead of the current 20
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Verizon Releases New Single Line Plan

Joe Paonessa - Aug 16, 2014
Verizon has recently released a new single line plan which in some scenarios arguably makes their prepaid plan pointless.  For $60 you’ll get unlimited talk and text as well as 2 GB of LTE data, and of course if you sign up for EDGE your plan will drop to $50
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Verizon Prepaid and Perhaps MVNO’s to Get LTE?

Joe Paonessa - Jul 7, 2014
Droid Life claims to have “sources” who say that come July 17th Verizon is going to grant access to its LTE pipeline to it’s prepaid customers.  That’s great if you for some reason have or are considering switching over to Verizon Prepaid.  You’ll also have the option to bring your own
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Verizon Reports 1st Quarter Earnings

Joe Paonessa - May 7, 2014
Verizon’s First Quarter 2014 Earnings It looks like T-mobile was telling the truth when they mentioned the other day that they had virtually all of the industries subscriber gains in the most recent quarter as Verizon Wireless recently announced a net of just 549,000 new subscribers. Still Verizon has a pension
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Verizon Now Offering BYOD Subscribers a Discount on “More Everything” Plans

Joe Paonessa - Apr 14, 2014
Verizon Wireless More Everything Rates The price war that T-Mobile seems to have ignited is heating up some more.  Verizon has announced that those who bring their own devices to the Verizon network will receive the same discount it’s post paid subscribers get on the more everything plan.  The more
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