NAD issues decision on Verizon complaint about T-Mobile 4G LTE advertising

Hot on the heels of AT&T filing a complaint with the National Advertising Division (NAD) over T-Mobile’s claymation holiday video, a decision  on another NAD complaint related to T-Mo has come out. The NAD has issued a compliance report on a Verizon complaint about T-Mobile’s 4G LTE advertising, which covers three aspects: network speed, network age, and network coverage. When it comes to network speed, the NAD was concerned that the crowdsourced data referenced by … [read full article]

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Today only: Get $400 off the Pixel 2 XL at Best Buy when you activate on Verizon

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Google increased the price of its larger Pixel phone to $ 850 this generation, which is a lot to spend on a phone. There have been a few deals, but the latest offer from Best Buy and Verizon is the best one we’ve seen yet. You can get $ 400 off this phone (nearly half price), but there are some strings attached.

First of all, this deal is today only (February 16th). You must head to Best Buy (online or IRL) and buy the Pixel 2 XL before the end of the day to get the discount, which comes in two parts.

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Verizon rolling out new $30 prepaid plan, cutting price on Prepaid Unlimited plan

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Verizon today announced that it’s making some changes to its prepaid plans starting February 20.

First up, Verizon is rolling out a new prepaid smartphone plan. This plan is priced at $ 30 per month and includes unlimited talk and text as well as 500MB of data. It also includes the same features as other Verizon prepaid plans like Carryover Data and mobile hotspot.

On the other end of the plan spectrum, Verizon is lowering the price of its Prepaid Unlimited plan. Priced at $ 80 per month now, its price will drop to $ 75 per month next week.

Verizon is also adding mobile hotspot to its Prepaid Unlimited plan. The thing to keep in mind, though, is that this mobile hotspot is capped at 3G speeds, or around 600Kbps.

Finally, Verizon is bringing its Travel Pass feature to prepaid plans. This enables prepaid customers to use their talk, text, and data in Mexico and Canada. Pricing for this add-on is $ 5 per day, and you’ll only be charged on the days that you actually use it.

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Verizon adds 500MB plan for $30/month, 3G mobile hotspot to Prepaid Unlimited plan, and $5/day prepaid Travel Passes

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Verizon has just announced a couple of changes to its network, including a new 500MB plan for $ 30, the addition of 3G mobile hotspot to Prepaid Unlimited, and Travel Passes for prepaid users that’ll make visiting Mexico and Canada a little bit easier. This news comes after last month’s addition of 500MB of LTE per day to Go Unlimited customers in the same two countries.

Basically, there are three main updates here.

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Verizon introduces paltry 500MB prepaid plan for $30

Verizon has added a new prepaid plan to its lineup, a $ 30 per month option that includes a meager 500MB of data per month. It doesn’t look like a great deal, especially compared to Verizon’s other existing prepaid plans, which offer 3GB for $ 40, 7GB for $ 50, 10GB for $ 60, or unlimited data for $ 75.

Each of Verizon’s prepaid plans — including the new 500MB one — comes with unlimited US talk and text, the option to carry over leftover data from one month, mobile hot spot, and unlimited texting over 200 countries. Also new is the option for 3G mobile hot spots on the unlimited plan, which previously hadn’t offered the feature.

Verizon is also adding its $ 5 per day Travel Pass option to all of its prepaid lines, allowing users to make…

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