Verizon Wireless Launches First 4G LTE Hotspot
Verizon Wireless today announced the availability of the Samsung 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot. It is available for pre-order both in stores and online starting today, and will be available in stores starting March 31. The 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot will cost $99 after $50 mail-in rebate (rebate is applied instantly if ordered online), and the 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot requires a minimum $50 monthly data plan. Users who exceed the 5GB monthly limit on data will be charged $10 per additional 1GB. Verizon also offers a 10GB plan for $80 per month. The modem allows up to five Wi-Fi enabled devices to access the internet cia Verizon's LTE (or EVDO 3G) network. Verizon Wireless also announced a new USB laptop dongle that supports its LTE network. The USB551 also costs $99 after $50 mail-in rebate and has the same data plan requirements.
Review: Samsung Galaxy J7 V for Verizon Wireless
This mid-range Android handset is a throwback to Samsung's heritage line of smartphones. It offers a big screen and an even bigger battery wrapped up in a plastic shell.
Samsung Makes Deepsea Blue Note8 Available to U.S. Consumers
Samsung today said it will sell the Deepsea Blue color variant of the Galaxy Note8 smartphone in the U.S. Since launch, the device has only be available to U.S.
Verizon Debuts In-Home LTE Extender, Pixel 2 Promo
Verizon Wireless today announced the Samsung 4G LTE Network Extender 2, a device meant to improve wireless coverage at your house or small business. Like many network extenders, the Samsung 4G LTE Network Extender 2 plugs into your home's wired broadband service.
T-Mobile Adds HD Video and 10GB of Hotspot Data to One Plan
T-Mobile is prepared to improve its T-Mobile One unlimited service plan ($70) in the wake of Verizon's new unlimited plan ($80). Primarily, T-Mobile will give T-Mobile One subscribers access to high-definition video and 10 GB of LTE 4G mobile hotspot data.
why would you settle for a "LIMITTED SERVICE"
I am sick of all of the carriers out there calling it 4G! YOU DO NOT HAVE 4G!!! NOBODY HAS IT! 4G REQUIRES a peak download speed of 100Mbps...not a SINGLE carrier out there can TOUCH that. Why are they still calling it