By Humberto Saabedra on April 28, 2010
LG has confirmed that once AT&T sells through its current stock of the LG Arena high-end touch screen featurephone with the manufacturer’s S-Class user interface, the carrier will not ship anymore units for sale, effectively discontinuing the device. This is despite being recently launched last February after months of speculation which began last year. The […]
By Humberto Saabedra on April 19, 2010
The Wall Street Journal is reporting with independent confirmation from various sources (including PhoneNews.com) that Radio Shack has discontinued the Sprint versions of the Palm Pre and Pixi, with its online store and retail stores no longer listing the devices for sale after multiple visits to local stores. Sprint representative Scott Sloat has further confirmed […]
By Humberto Saabedra on February 25, 2010
Following up, an internal Verizon document has surfaced listing the latest phones and devices that the carrier has placed on its Endo of Life (EOL) list, meaning that the carrier will no longer order new shipments of the devices listed/ The following devices are now to be considered discontinued according to the carrier: RIM BlackBerry […]
By Humberto Saabedra on January 7, 2010
T-Mobile has announced during CES that it will cease offering its HotSpot @Home landline replacement service while continuing to support current users. The discontinuation of the offering was not explained by the carrier, but usage patterns and preference for standard wireless service coupled with low adoption rates tell a tale of customer disinterest and the […]
By Humberto Saabedra on January 7, 2009
By Christopher Price on June 23, 2005
Cingular today officially confirmed the Ogo has been discontinued. PCS Intel broke news of the Ogo’s demise months ago. Cingular also said they will fully support existing customers.
By Christopher Price on October 8, 2004
Sprint has discontinued the LG VI-5225, it is no longer sold on Sprint’s web site. It will be replaced by the LG PM-325 later this month.