Users continue to complain that their phone bills have rocketed since upgrading to the latest version of Apple’s iOS operating system. Owners of iPhones new and old that have moved over to iOS6 are now experiencing increased phone bills despite not changing their usage patterns. The problem seems to stem from the fact that handsets appear […]
Why does the U.S. carrier known for the best network have the worst smartphones
Verizon Communications has had a change of heart about using Wi-Fi to extend its wireless broadband offering as the company announces free access to Wi-Fi hot spots for its Fios and DSL Internet customers. On Monday the company announced that customers subscribed to its Verizon Fios Internet service with 20Mbps per second downstream and 15Mbps upstream or faster and customers who subscribe to its 3Mbps/768 Kbps or higher DSL service will be able to connect to Verizon Wi-Fi hot spots, at no additional charge as part of their broadband service
It’s summer time. And you know what that means: Harrowing international travel with your cell phone.
Something like a billion handsets are sold worldwide every year. That is good news for the large phone companies with big cellular businesses. Wireless handsets, calling plans, and data charges have built new revenue for them at a remarkable pace.