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on 01-18-2009 at 09:20 PM
This is a huge surprise. We knew Verizon Wireless had a lot of drive and ambition, but wow. In less than 10 days, Verizon Wireless customers can already call Alltel customers--For Free!
Alltel customers aren't as happy with this. They are still not able to call Verizon Wireless customers for free.
The two major crevasses:
- Doesn't work for Alltel customers calling Verizon Wireless customers.
- Not all Alltel customers can be called for free from a Verizon
on 12-13-2008 at 12:55 AM
LG has created the worlds first ever handset chip, for LTE technology.
This chip allows data speeds to exceed the current fastest speed, by eight times!
This 4G technology, LTE--Long-Term Evolution Data--is still under development. In the United States, the first wireless carrier to offer this 4G technology will be Verizon Wireless. It will be released in testing markets within the last quarter of 2009. The full
on 12-07-2008 at 11:28 PM
The FCC is always looking for ways to improve the quality of service for the millions of customers who are using their wireless phones in the United States. They also want to protect the customers from any harms, but that's besides the point.
The FCC sent in a Cell Tower Backup plan which would require every U.S. wireless carrier to improve their wireless towers to have at least 8 hours of emergency backup power, in the case of an emergency. Let's think back to Hurricane Katrina,
on 12-07-2008 at 11:00 PM
This Blog is here to assess the world of Mobile Music with each wireless carrier. This is aimed at Verizon Wireless, Sprint PCS, AT&T, and T-Mobile's mobile music store and mobile music phones.
Which is the best? Which is the largest, smallest? What do you need to know? Music on your wireless device is now the most popular reason to own a cell phone. What happened to using it to call?
Verizon Wireless, V CAST Music | Rhapsody - This new music service from Verizon
on 12-07-2008 at 12:41 AM
This is the myth buster blog! It is going to bust any myths about wireless carriers. It is going to help you understand the wireless world better.
Once again, like all of my posts, this one is mostly aimed at subscribers within the United States. Some of the content may have quality to you and your phone in another country, so still read!
Are wireless phones harmful? Can a wireless phone automatically unlock your car doors, much like your click keys can do? Can they