It has been a busy couple of weeks for mobile carriers. First, T-Mobile introduced their JUMP program for early upgrades, then At&t introduces Next, and now Verizon is announcing Edge. All of these plans offer one thing in common, and that is an option to pay differently for your smartphones and get upgrades more frequently [...]
Last week, T-Mobile introduced their JUMP upgrade program, where you can upgrade your device up to twice a year for $10/month. Today, At&t is introducing Next, which is a similar upgrade plan. With Next, you can upgrade your device every year. You won't get charged a device fee, activation fee or finance fee. Similar to [...]
T-Mobile held a press conference today to reveal their "boldest move yet", which turns out to be their JUMP upgrade subscription program. JUMP stands for Just Upgrade My Phone, and for $10/month, you can upgrade your phone up to twice a year at the new customer price. You can enroll as early as this Sunday [...]
T-Mobile is holding their UNcarrier event as I'm writing this article, but the folks over at Slashgear got their hands on an official press release announcing all of T-Mobile's new products and services that will be revealed shortly. Simple Choice Plan The plan starts at $50 per month for 500MB of data, and customers can [...]
Last night Samsung held a press event for the official announcement of their new flagship Android phone, the Galaxy S4. Yesterday I posted some of the rumors around this phone, and most of them turned out to be true. The new phone will have a 5" Full 1080 HD AMOLED screen with 441ppi, the processor will be either a octa-core Exynos or a Snapdragon 600 depending on region, 2GB of RAM, storage of 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB along with a microSD slot, a 13MP rear camera and a 2MP front camera, all powered by a 2,600 mAh removable battery.
Law Enforcement Wants To Invade Our Privacy Even More! – Forcing Carriers To Store SMS Messages For Two Years
It was bound to happen at some point in time, and hopefully Congress will squash it quickly, but according to CNet, state and local law enforcement groups have submitted a request to the U.S. Senate, asking that U.S. wireless carriers be required to retain SMS records for two years and warn that the lack of [...]