Posted by Arnold Kim on Jun 26, 2012 in MacRumors, Uncategorized | Comments Off
Fortune reports that Apple’s iPhone has dropped from the top selling smartphone position in Verizon retail stores for the first time since the carrier started selling the device. The news comes by way of a research note from William Blair’s Anil Doradla.
Doradla attributes the iPhone’s fall from grace less to the usual slowdown in advance of a new model than to...
Posted by Eric Slivka on Jun 12, 2012 in MacRumors, Uncategorized | Comments Off
Verizon today announced the launch of a new “Share Everything” pricing structure designed to allow users to share monthly data allotments across multiple devices. The plan, which is rolling out on June 28, includes unlimited voice and messaging across all devices, with an overall data cap and number and type of devices being the only differentiating factors among pricing...
Posted by Eric Slivka on May 17, 2012 in MacRumors, Uncategorized | Comments Off
Verizon yesterday made headlines for comments from Chief Financial Officer Fran Shammo revealing that the carrier is planning to discontinue its grandfathered unlimited data plans when the carrier rolls out new shared data plans this summer. Verizon dropped those unlimited data plans within months of introducing the iPhone early last year, but customers who had previously been on the unlimited...
Posted by Jordan Golson on May 16, 2012 in MacRumors, Uncategorized | Comments Off
U.S. cellular carrier Verizon is planning to move its customers who still have unlimited data plans for their smartphones to its new family data-share plans as customers switch to LTE data plans.
The iPhone was initially offered with unlimited data plans when it launched on Verizon early last year, but the carrier soon dropped the unlimited option in favor of data plans with allocations of...
Posted by Eric Slivka on May 8, 2012 in MacRumors, Uncategorized | Comments Off
Last year, both AT&T and Verizon acknowledged that they were working on offering shared data plans, which would allow multiple devices owned by a single user or members of a family to draw data from a single monthly allotment. But while there has been evidence that Verizon is making progress on its plans, AT&T has been relatively quiet about its efforts aside from acknowledging that...
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