By Humberto Saabedra on August 6, 2013
AT&T compatible SIM cards return to Straight Talk after being pulled in January
By Christopher Price on July 25, 2012
Novatel’s latest MiFi is a mix of old and new. But, in a good way… we’ll explain. Nobody has tested this unit more than us.
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Page Plus Cellular Ups $40 Plan to 100 MB of Data, Verizon Network Still Key in Competitve Advantage
By Christopher Price on March 28, 2012
One of the only third-party services that uses Verizon’s network… and devices… added a bit more data today.
By Christopher Price on March 19, 2012
Verizon Wireless answers exclusively to PhoneNews.com about one of the most burning questions for grandfathered 4G LTE customers.
Posted in Deals, Editorials, LTE, Verizon | Tagged Apple, fcc, Galaxy Tab, grandfathered plan, ipad, LTE, micro-sim, MiFi, novatel, phone-as-modem, Samsung, sim, smartphone, tethering, unlimited data, Verizon, Verizon Wireless, vzw | 53 Responses
You Can Use Your Verizon Smartphone LTE SIM in an iPad (with Unlimited Data Plans & Hotspot too) – Verizon Responds
By Christopher Price on March 16, 2012
We go hands-on to answer the most burning, lingering question that Verizon techies have with the new iPad.
By Humberto Saabedra on February 17, 2010
Korean wireless carrier SKTelecom is demonstrating a rather novel concept for easing the typical tedium associated with swapping out phones and having to reapply customizations as well as the exchange of contact information from one device to another using Android. The Android SIM concept as explained in the companion video allows for a user to […]
Posted in Android, Conglomerates, UMTS | Tagged Android, Android OS, android sim, AndroidOs, AndroidSim, convergence, future, Google Android, GoogleAndroid, Mobile World Congress, mobileworldcongress, MWC, MWC 2010, Mwc2010, sim, sim card, SimCard, sk telecom, sktelecom | Leave a response
By Humberto Saabedra on January 19, 2010
Internal T-Mobile documentation has surfaced confirming major changes to the carrier’s device unlocking policy, which are designed to make it much easier for customers that travel abroad to take advantage of cheaper local rates for phone calls and data. Beginning on Thursday, eligible postpaid and FlexPay customers will be able to acquire the lock code […]
By Christopher Price on October 11, 2008
In a mere seven months, some customers will start to be out-of-contract with their first-generationÂ iPhone purchases. In fact, some iPhone owners are already out-of-contract, due to the GoPhone Pick Your Plan offering (which was not continued over to iPhone 3G). This is going to present a critical point for wireless policy in the United States. […]
By Christopher Price on August 9, 2008
PwnageTool 2.0.2 is now available. While we have not tested it, the update is noted to improve jailbreaking and unlocking iPhone over prior releases. In addition, the update adds support for 2.0.1 firmwares. Also, the update adds Installer.app 4.0, alongside the existing Cydia installer. As usual, we suggest users only unlock their iPhones if needed. […]
By Christopher Price on April 15, 2008
PwnageTool has been updated to 1.1. As we previously reported, Apple had blocked PwnageTool from activating and unlocking the latest iPhone betas. Apple did this by modifying how the iPhone software payload was bundled, making it more difficult for PwangeTool to access the firmware The latest update works around that added layer of security from […]