Sprint Will Not Launch New WiMAX Devices

March 30, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Sprint will no longer launch WiMax devices. Though WiMax devices contributed a lot to the company’s revenue, the decision was taken in wake of the company’s leap into newer sectors in communication and information technology. Previously, the carrier had promised customers that they will continue to offer 4G WiMAX devices through 2012 and extend support […]

AT&T Plus Plan Rolled Out on Pilot Basis in Select Cities

March 28, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

AT&T is beta testing an upcoming premium plan for their customers. Termed AT&T Plus, the premium plan has now been launched at select markets across the US on a testing basis mainly to collect customer reaction on the plan. The service has rolled out as a pilot loyalty program and aims at keeping crucial customers […]

Huawei Claims to Have Developed Beyond LTE Network with 30 Gbps Speed

March 27, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Here comes some good news about a world with wireless networks faster than the fastest LTE networks available today. Huawei has reportedly claimed that they were successful in developing a new network technology that can enable data transfers at stunning rates as against the existing network technologies of today. As per Huawei’s claims, this hitherto […]

Know Which Carrier Would Be the Best for Your New iPad

March 15, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple has rolled out its first 4G LTE enabled device, and now the ball is in your court. As both Verizon and AT&T are offering a 4G LTE network and the new iPad has hit both the networks, which one you will pick? We will enlighten you about different factors to consider before leaping for […]

Verizon Ups 4G Target to 260 Million; Will Sell Only 4G Devices in Future

March 15, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Verizon is planning to reach out to more Americans with their 4G LTE network, than they have promised earlier. According to recent statements from the top boss of this major network in the US, they are planning to reach 10 million more Americans with 4G in 2012 than what they thought of earlier. If you […]

T-Mobile Has More Chances of Getting LTE iPad than Sprint in Future

March 9, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

New Apple devices are hot cakes in the market. So the network that bags the first deal and gets them running will get the initial chunk of the new device’s market performance. In the case of the newest iPad, Verizon and AT&T have clinched the deal, mainly with their LTE ability since LTE is one […]

2G is Over for AT&T; Urges Customers to Get 3G Devices

March 8, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

AT& T has decided to phase out their 2G network through a gradual process, and is urging customers who are still using only 2G compatible devices to upgrade soon. Though it may wonder some of you who have already jumped on to the 3G and 4G networks and tasting the faster pace of life, but […]

Sprint Rumored to get LG Optimus Elite, a Low-End Device with NFC

March 2, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Rumor mills are still working overtime there in the tech news valley. As per the latest grapevine murmur, Sprint is set to get a new device from LG, which will target the low-price segment in the market. The small rig known as Optimus Elite is heard to hit Sprint in a matter of two months. […]

Clearwire Moving on to LTE; iPhone 5 Arrival on the Network Awaited

March 1, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Clearwire had a tough time a few months ago, but thanks to a cash infusion from Sprint Nextel, they have happily been revived. They now plan to move on to a network standard called TD-LTE, which is slightly different than the FD-LTE variant that AT&T, Verizon Wireless, and Sprint are moving toward. And, Apple’s iPhone […]

AT&T Mulling Over Billing App Developers for Data Usage by Apps

February 28, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

In the past, developing an app was comparatively easy. You needed to code it, debug it, market it and then make money. Now, things are going to be tougher when it comes to developing apps for devices on AT&T network. As per the sources close to the decision making top brass of AT&T, the biggest […]

Next Generation Hotspots to Roll Out in 12 Months Says Wireless Broadband Alliance

February 24, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

There is going to be a major overhaul in the way you are connecting with Wi-Fi hotspots. The Wi-Fi Alliance has already revealed plans to start certifying devices under a new passport initiative. It will help mobile devices to connect with Wi-Fi networks easily. While using devices with the passport standard set by Wi-Fi Alliance, […]

T-Mobile Going LTE this Year; Move Aimed at Keeping Customer Base Intact

February 23, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

One carrier is learning the Apple lesson the hard way. T-Mobile has had enough contract deactivations from its long time consumers for a sole reason – the carrier cannot afford to carry an iPhone 4S, since it is yet to modernize its networks.  They also have not rolled out their long-promised  LTE Network. To put […]

HTC Ville, Huawei Prism and More Up Next on T-Mobile Network

February 22, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Here comes good news for T-Mobile fans. The mobile network carrier is introducing more devices under its domain. We got some information regarding this from a leaked Magenta accessory sheet and it seems exciting. The Magenta accessory sheet placed Sam T769 Powerskin in the list, followed by Samsung Blaze 4G. We get to guess that […]

Samsung Galaxy Note Arrives in the US, Riding AT&T

February 20, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

As you might have known, the Samsung Galaxy Note has been available in Europe for some time, but hadn’t been offered for the US customers. The situation has changed, and now, the device is now up for sale in the US on AT&T. The 5.3-inch device had been announced at the CES 2012 venue, and […]

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