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Galaxy NotePro 12.2 Now Available From Verizon, Does Not Come Cheap

Tyler Lee March 7, 2014

Galaxy NotePro 12.2 Now Available From Verizon, Does Not Come CheapAccording to an earlier rumor, it was suggested that Verizon could be launching the Samsung Galaxy NotePro 12.2 on the 6th of March, and sure enough it looks like the rumors were right on the money as Verizon has recently put the tablet up for sale on its website.

Unfortunately it seems that if you were looking to get your hands on the tablet, it is going to cost you. We knew that the tablet was somewhat pricey but we were hoping that Verizon might discount it further if bought on contract. While the carrier did subsidize it a bit, it’s still a fair amount of money. (more…)

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    Verizon Nexus 7 Release Confirmed For February 13th

    Adnan Farooqui February 11, 2014

    Verizon Nexus 7 Release Confirmed For February 13th

    Verizon has said quite a few times in the past that it is going to support the Nexus 7 on its LTE network, but up till now there had been no progress on its promise. Earlier this week it was rumored that Verizon Nexus 7 units had started to reach the carrier’s retail stores, thus hinting at an imminent launch. The rumor turned out to be true. Verizon has officially confirmed today that it will begin selling the Nexus 7, as well as supporting it on its country-wide LTE network, starting February 13th. Just in time for Valentines Day.

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    Verizon’s Nexus 7 Arrives At Stores (Rumor)

    Edwin Kee February 9, 2014

    Verizon’s Nexus 7 Arrives At Stores (Rumor)We all love promises and the kind of hope that promises carry. After all, don’t politicians secure their voting base based on the kind of promises that they offer during the campaigning period? Of course, there are some elected representatives out there who truly have a heart to serve the people who elected them into office, and these are gems, rare and few in between. Verizon, as a company, has dished out a fair number of promises that they would be able to officially support the Nexus 7 on their own LTE network, but so far, these promises seem to be nothing but hot air. We are then more than pleased to bring you word that an actual launch of an LTE compatible Nexus 7 is really, really close and about to happen.

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  • Verizon’s Nexus 7 Arrives At Stores (Rumor) original content from Ubergizmo.

        



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    Verizon Slashes Activation Fees, Launches Limited Time Trade-In Deals

    Adnan Farooqui February 9, 2014

    Verizon Slashes Activation Fees, Launches Limited Time Trade In Deals

    Its no secret that competition among U.S. mobile operators has been steadily heating up, with T-Mobile lighting many of the fires through its “uncarrier” announcements. At one point even AT&T felt the need to retaliate, offering customers up to $450 just to switch over from Magenta. It was rumored that the country’s largest mobile operator, Verizon Wireless, is going to offer $100 credit to customers towards their bill provided that they add a new line within the next three weeks. Verizon has launched a couple of new promotions, but they’re not exactly what have previously been rumored.

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  • Verizon Slashes Activation Fees, Launches Limited Time Trade-In Deals original content from Ubergizmo.

        



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    Samsung SM-W750 Windows Phone Drops By The FCC

    Adnan Farooqui February 9, 2014

    Samsung SM W750 Windows Phone Drops By The FCC

    One can be excused if they believe that Samsung only makes Android smartphones. The company is known around the world for the low-end, mid-range and high-end smartphones that it develops, all of which run on Google’s mobile operating system. Samsung’s Windows Phone devices aren’t that popular when compared to Nokia’s Lumia lineup, moreover, the company doesn’t exactly make dozens of WP smartphones every year. After quite a while, Samsung and Verizon have reportedly teamed up to develop a Windows Phone smartphone. Carrying model number SM-W750V, Samsung’s new WP smartphone has now made the compulsory layover at the FCC.

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    LTE Nexus 7 Coming To Verizon Next Week [Rumor]

    Tyler Lee February 8, 2014

    LTE Nexus 7 Coming To Verizon Next Week [Rumor]The Nexus 7 tablet was launched more than half a year ago, which makes it by technological standards relatively “old”. However the tablet is a decent one with pretty decent hardware specs, not to mention its affordable price tag makes it a great purchase for someone who is shopping on a budget but wants the best value for their money. That being said, we’re sure some of you guys are looking forward to the LTE model as well, which is why the good news is that according to the folks at Droid-Life, they claim that according to their sources, the LTE model for Verizon could go on sale as soon as next week, starting on the 13th of February.

    Now a LTE Nexus 7 for Verizon is not exactly a secret. In fact Verizon it was as long ago as last year that Verizon promised that a Nexus 7 with LTE would be making its way onto its network. However due to certification issues, the Nexus 7 for Verizon was a no-show. However assuming Droid-Life’s sources are right on the money, perhaps Verizon might have sorted out whatever certification problem they were facing and could be getting ready to launch the tablet on their network. Either way try not to get your hopes up just yet, but we’ll be keeping our eyes peeled for more info, so check back with us next week to see if there are any details to be had.

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  • LTE Nexus 7 Coming To Verizon Next Week [Rumor] original content from Ubergizmo.

        



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    Verizon Could Offer $100 Credit On New Lines

    Tyler Lee February 7, 2014

    Verizon Could Offer $100 Credit On New LinesCompetition in the mobile industry is pretty stiff at the moment, with carriers finding all sorts of ways to entice customers to switch from a different carrier and hop aboard their network. It wasn’t too long ago that AT&T was willing to pay up to $450 to make customers switch from T-Mobile. Likewise T-Mobile was also willing to pay ETFs of customers up to $650 for them to make the switch as well, so it isn’t too surprising to learn that Verizon could be offering something similar of their own to entice customers to sign up with their network. This is thanks to a recently leaked memo that was obtained by the folks at Android Central where it appears that Verizon is willing to offer customers $100 in credit towards their bill if they were to sign up for a new line with them within the next 3 weeks.

    This promotion is scheduled to kick off on the 7th of February and is expected to last until the 28th of February. Of course the caveat is that you would have to sign a new two-year agreement with the carrier, but if you’re looking for a new phone and a new plan, we reckon this seems like a pretty good deal. The $100 credit will only be applicable towards your third billing cycle, meaning that you will need to stay with the carrier for at least 60 days, which we guess is to ensure customers don’t leave right after getting the discount. In any case Verizon has yet to make the promotion official, but hopefully we will learn more about it the next few hours.

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  • Verizon Could Offer $100 Credit On New Lines original content from Ubergizmo.

        



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    Verizon Pushing Out Android 4.4 For HTC One

    Tyler Lee February 7, 2014

    Verizon Pushing Out Android 4.4 For HTC OneAs you might have heard back in January, the Android 4.4 KitKat update for the HTC One was delayed for the North American region. According to the open letter that HTC’s Americas President wrote, the delay was due to certification of the update and how it might be delayed for a couple of weeks. Well thankfully the delay wasn’t too long as there have been reports that Verizon’s HTC One has recently started to receive the much-awaited Android 4.4 KitKat update. According to the reports, the update comes in at around 617MB in size and is expected to bring about Android KitKat features along with HTC’s latest version of their Sense UI, Sense 5.5.

    For those who were patient enough and did not bother flashing a custom ROM onto their HTC One device, you should be receiving the notification that there is an update ready for you to download. However even if you haven’t, you can attempt to manually pull the update by going to your phone’s Settings, About Device, Check for Updates. For those who have yet to receive the notification, fret not because updates are usually pushed out in phases, so if you did not receive it today, you might receive it tomorrow, or the week after, but rest assured that it is on its way. In the meantime if you have received your update, let us know in the comments below on how it is treating you!

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    Super Bowl 2014 Attendees On Verizon Used 1.9TB Of Data In Stadium

    Adnan Farooqui February 5, 2014

    Super Bowl 2014 Attendees On Verizon Used 1.9TB Of Data In Stadium

    It has just been a few days since one of the year’s biggest sporting events was held at the MetLife Stadium, I am of course talking about Super Bowl 2014. Prior to the Big Game, we reported that online video streaming would be banned in the stadium so as to avoid bandwidth constraints. The stadium holds over 85,000 people and the NFL wanted them to be able to update their social networks and stay in touch, which is why it decided to block the game’s video streaming. Still, attendees decimated a huge amount of data, with Verizon’s subscribers topping the list by using 1.9 terabytes of data at the stadium on Super Bowl Sunday.

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    Verizon’s Moto G Receives Android 4.4 KitKat

    Tyler Lee February 5, 2014

    Verizons Moto G Receives Android 4.4 KitKatThe Moto G is Motorola’s latest handset, although in this case it is not one of the company’s highest end products. In fact one might consider the device to hover somewhere between low to mid-ranged. That being said it does come with an affordable price tag, making it a pretty value for money buy for those who want an almost-stock version of Android that gets the job done. Now the downside to the Moto G is that it was launched with an older version of Android, Jelly Bean, which is not necessarily a bad thing, but having the latest version is a good thing, right? Well the good news is that for Verizon owners of the Moto G, there have been reports that the Android 4.4.2 KitKat update is being pushed out to you as we speak.

    The update will bring your version of the Moto G up to 173.44.20.en.US. For those who have yet to receive the notification informing them that an update is ready to be download, you can attempt to manually pull the update by going to your phone’s Settings, About Phone, System Updates, to see if the update can be downloaded. If it is not there, fret not because updates are typically rolled out in phases and we’re sure it will be your turn eventually.

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  • Verizon’s Moto G Receives Android 4.4 KitKat original content from Ubergizmo.

        



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