Since it’s the start of a new month, a whole wave of security patches are rolling out. Verizon, if you can believe it, has become one of the better carriers at doing so and has already pushed out updates to 10 devices within the first four days.
We’ve listed them all out for you below and will update this post as more arrive. (more…)
Verizon’s Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are gaining access to one of Bixby’s few features today, thanks to an update available in the Galaxy Apps store. As we noted last week, neither phone was able to utilize the image shopping feature out of the box, but that now changes.
If you own either phone, head into your Galaxy Apps app and either search for “Bixby” or tap on the top-right menu button and then “My Apps.” You should see the update available. (more…)
An update is headed out to the LG V20 on Verizon, bringing it up to the April 1, 2017 Android security patch level. (more…)
The LG G5 on Verizon is receiving a software update, labeled at version VS98728B. Inside, not too much is present, but it does bring an updated security patch level to the device. (more…)
Verizon added a new $80 unlimited option to its prepaid lineup this morning. With this plan, you’ll get unlimited “high speed” data usage most of the time, except when on a congested network or you want to stream a video in something over DVD quality. (more…)
Day one updates are rolling out to the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ on Verizon and T-Mobile, bringing the latest security patch, as well as other minor changes. (more…)
Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ launch day is here! After months of speculation and rumor, followed by an Unpacked event a few weeks back and then a pre-order period, the phones are now in stores. And we’re not talking select stores – we’re talking all the stores.
To buy the Galaxy S8 or S8+ of your dreams, you’ll find links to the big carriers and retailers below. If you need pricing or deal information, hit up this link. (more…)
For years, Verizon has been able to continue to add customers, even as carriers like T-Mobile and Sprint have offered comparable plans at rock bottom prices with free phone deals and other gimmicks. Verizon could always fall back on its network being the best, even if their plan selection wasn’t or their prices were much higher than others. Something seems to have changed in 2017, though, as the company just reported what may be their worst quarter ever, a quarter that was actually on pace to be even worse if not for the introduction of Verizon Unlimited. (more…)