Leap Wireless announced Monday that it would begin selling Apple’s latest iPhones, the 5c and the 5s, via its Cricket prepaid wireless brand beginning October 25, 2013. Customers can pre-register their interest in getting one of these iPhones at the Cricket website starting today, or just wait until the 25th. No word, yet, on pricing […]
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Retail giant Target confirmed Thursday that it will launch Brightspot, it’s own prepaid mobile service. The service will use T-Mobile networks and will give customers unlimited talk and texting for $35 per month, with plans that include unlimited data for $50 per month. The unlimited plan will be similar to T-Mobile’s own service, which caps […]
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Motorola has announced the details for the Moto X phone ahead of its media event this afternoon. The company’s first flagship phone since Google came into the picture is finally here, and it goes on sale later this month. The Moto X runs Jelly Bean out of the box and features a 4.7-inch, hi-res display. [...]
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AT&T announced today that it will rollout its own yearly upgrade program, in what seems to be a direct response to T-Mobile’s new ‘Jump’ program that was announced last week. The new service, dubbed ‘AT&T Next,’ will begin nationwide on July 26th. Customers will be able to get a new smartphone or tablet every year [...]
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Best Buy is set to knock $ 50 off the iPhone for a four-week promotion that starts this Sunday,Â AllThingsD reports. The discount will apply to the iPhone 4, the iPhone 4S, and the iPhone 5 when bought with a two-year contract on AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon.
The retailer is also expected to hold a number of “shorter-term promotions” over Memorial Day, which will see reductions on several popular, but older, Android-powered smartphones.
This is interesting: along with their new redesign, in Germany, Apple has made it possible to pay for products ordered from their online store using PayPal.
In Germany, it is very rare for consumers to have credit cards, or even for brick-and-mortar businesses to take credit card orders. Allowing German consumers to pay for purchases with PayPal may make the Apple online store more accessible to them, [Read More...]
As more cable subscribers start to embrace the idea of ditching cable for services like Netflix and Hulu Plus, cable companies are quickly trying to entice subscribers to stay by offering TV everywhere on every device.
Time Warner Cable announced today that starting tomorrow, TWC subscribers will be able to stream live TV to their Apple devices for the first time ever. An update for TWC’s iOS appÂ should roll out Â tomorrow that [Read More...]
If you’re struggling to stay within your smartphone data plan each month, then maybe one of AT&T’s new shared data plans might be better for you. The company is now offering 30GB, 40GB, and 50GB tiers starting at just $ 300 per month. That’s right,Â per month.Â That’s with unlimited calls and texts included. Bargain, right?
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Apple is unlike any other company in the world when it comes to press relations. Most companies have to beg for coverage and shower journalists with free trips and gear, but Apple is known for giving a notoriously cold shoulder to the vast majority of publications. If you’re not on the shortlist, then you get no help from PR and certainly no sneak peaks at future products.
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