T-Mobile claims to be offering blazing-fast download speeds on its supercharged 4G network. UCAN decided to put its supercharged 4G network to the test in San Diego and was highly concerned with the results.
Verizon Wireless must want to be AT&T. Perhaps the two are preparing for a merger because there is little explanation as to why Verizon Wireless seems to copying every bad decision AT&T makes. Just like AT&T Verizon Wireless will soon eliminate its unlimited data plan replacing it with a profit friendly, consumer frustrating tiered data plan.
T-Mobile--despite plans to merge with AT&T--has gone forward with a new sort of unlimited, limited-time-only, plan offering.
Tired of having to choose between 4 or five wireless carriers? Well, AT&T is here to help --- their announced gobble-up of the competitor T-Mobile will help those customers who hate to shop for wireless service. Oh, for the other 95% of customers who don't mind having shopping options, the loss of the fourth largest carrier in the nation is gonna hurt. And perhaps hurt bad.
There seems to be a consensus in the wireless industry that the majority of wireless providers will transition to or support a LTE network. One of the hurdles that carriers will need to overcome though is providing wireless phone voice services over that network. The current contemplated solution: Voice over LTE or VoLTE.
While the talk surrounding smartphones often focuses on the features of the latest device. It is the operating system that can make or break the phone. Here is a quick rundown of the available operating systems.
Everyday it seems like wireless carriers are introducing new pieces of equipment to use. The latest and greatest makes that smartphone you purchased months ago seem obsolete. When you are ready to replace that current smartphone here are the 10 easy steps you need to take.
Wi-Max, LTE, HSPA+. If you've not heard of these yet, you will. They are improvements over current 3G speeds and are a step forward, but they are not actually 4G. That is, they are still not the next generation speeds that are forthcoming and they are still behind the speeds of many other countries.