Verizon XLTEs (excites) up 14 Additional Markets

Verizon XLTEs (excites) up 14 Additional Markets

It is always good news when a network adds more speed for its customers and today Verizon announced another 14 markets would be getting its expanded XLTE coverage.  They are as follows in no particular order: Midland, TX – Odessa, TX – Great Falls, MT – Sheboygan, WI – Rome, GA – Albany, GA – […]

Asus PadFone Mini X Clears the FCC, Has AT&T Frequencies in Tow

Asus PadFone Mini X Clears the FCC, Has AT&T Frequencies in Tow

Asus have become famous for pushing the envelope of Android device designs. From the very first keyboard-toting Transformer tablet, the Slider and central to this article, the PadFone. The PadFone is a design that Asus have continued to update, the latest of which is the PadFone X Mini that has been spotted making its rounds at […]

AH Primetime: Top 10 Ways To Save Sprint From Its Slow Death Spiral

AH Primetime: Top 10 Ways To Save Sprint From Its Slow Death Spiral

Sprint is dying a slow death, losing subscribers month after month for years, and without some drastic changes the outlook isn’t good. They were purchased officially last summer by Softbank Japan and everyone thought the infusion of new cash into the business would help them to make some changes. We haven’t seen those changes and […]

Sprint Exec: Network Supports Shared Plans With Large Data Buckets

Sprint Exec: Network Supports Shared Plans With Large Data Buckets

Sprint is in bad shape – it is either the network itself or their reputation…probably a little of both.  Dan Hesse, former CEO, held the reins for six long years and not much changed – progress was so slow, it looked like nothing was happening.  When Japan’s Softbank purchased Sprint about a year ago, we […]

Verizon Squashes Any Notion Of A New App Store Coming To Their Devices

Verizon Squashes Any Notion Of A New App Store Coming To Their Devices

Earlier today, ‘The Information’ reported that Verizon was trying to start its own app store – once again.  Verizon had an app store for years and finally shut it down because no one was using it.  The new store was supposed to go beyond just basic apps as they were supposed to be looking to […]

Rumor: Verizon May Be Looking To Soon Provide LTE To Its MVNO’s

Rumor: Verizon May Be Looking To Soon Provide LTE To Its MVNO’s

Verizon Wireless has a fairly expansive LTE network, and it certainly has no trouble reaching the nooks and crannies of the U.S. What about its MVNO services though? Well a rumor states that Verizon Wireless may be getting ready to disperse its LTE network out to its MVNOs, which would mean faster speeds and a […]

SingTel and Samsung Announce The Samsung Galaxy S5 and Alpha 4G+

SingTel and Samsung Announce The Samsung Galaxy S5 and Alpha 4G+

Samsung is great at making phones, and therefore does it a lot, all year long. Yesterday, SingTel announced, along with Samsung itself, the first two LTE-A or ‘4G+’, as we’ll explain later, smartphones for the carrier’s new LTE-A, 300Mbps network. The devices announced were the Galaxy Alpha 4G+ and Galaxy S5 4G+. The Galaxy S5 […]

Cox Communications President Denies Rumors of Possible T-Mobile Acquisition

Cox Communications President Denies Rumors of Possible T-Mobile Acquisition

  After news broke that Sprint wasn’t going to follow through with the acquisition of T-Mobile, rumors began to fly as to who would step up to the plate next. Many companies names were thrown, out, one of which was Cox Communications Inc. However, Cox president, Pat Esser has made a statement clearing up the […]

Smart Communications Claims To Bring Its Customers A 5G Network

Smart Communications Claims To Bring Its Customers A 5G Network

Remember back in 2010 when T-Mobile, AT&T, and Sprint started claiming to have 4G networks and we all started hammering them for it? Just in case you forgot here is a quick recap. T-Mobile started saying that their 3G HSPA+ network was 4G and then Sprint, AT&T and Verizon started acting like spoiled children feeling […]