If you're a Verizon customer looking to upgrade to a new phone, you might want to do it before April 4. That's when Verizon is set to put $20 "upgrade fees" in place to help cover the rising costs associated with switching devices.
Perhaps ideal for anyone that's binge watching season two of Daredevil in Ultra HD, AT&T is adding an unlimited data option for U-Verse subscribers as well as raising data caps to meet consumer streaming needs.
AT&T's Wi-Fi Calling feature can now be used almost anywhere in the world for iPhone 6 and 6S owners with iOS 9.3 installed. The feature could be useful in areas with limited reception or while traveling.
Today, T-Mobile announced nine new video providers added to its Binge On program, allowing customers to stream more video content without it affecting their monthly data cap. YouTube, Google Play Movies, Red Bull TV are among those added.
How does your city's mobile network perform? A new report from RootMetrics ranks cities based on how well their mobile networks perform, with Atlanta, Chicago, and Indianapolis all making the top three.
From March 1 through April 30, AT&T will allow its customers to pick up some insurance for their devices, even if they're past the 30-day deadline. Customers will have three insurance plans to pick from.