T-Mobile’s Latest Promo Offers Entire Lineup of Phones for No Upfront Payment

T-Mobile is continuing to shake things up. The No. 4 U.S. carrier on Friday announced a promotion that will offer its entire lineup of phones for no upfront payment. It isn’t really dropping the price of phones, just spreading the entire cost of the phone over 24 months instead of using a mix of an … Continue reading

Is a Nexus Phone Running on KitKat Any Sweeter?

There are so many devices based on Google’s Android operating system that it’s hard to keep track of them all. But each year Google works with a hardware maker to produce a “best of Android” phone and tablet, called the Nexus models, which are often used to launch a new version of the OS and … Continue reading

AT&T’s ‘Next’ Follows T-Mobile’s ‘Jump,’ Allows for Mobile Upgrades Every 12 Months

Rather than “rethinking possible,” AT&T is rethinking its plans, as it becomes the latest wireless carrier to offer customers the option to upgrade their phones more frequently. Starting July 26, AT&T will offer new “Next” plans for smartphones and tablets, on a post-paid basis. The plan allows customers to trade in their devices (feature phones … Continue reading

Report: Verizon’s ‘VZ Edge’ Would Let Customers Pay Monthly for Smartphones, Upgrade Early

Back in April, after extending upgrade periods to a full 24 months, Verizon introduced a new device payment that would allow customers to upgrade phones by purchasing them at full prices with the payments spread out over a 12-month period. According to sources of ours, Verizon will introduce a new upgrade initiative on August 25 … Continue reading

The Copycat Culture of Tech Hits the Mobile World in Full Force

Tech culture is a funny thing. If you track tech news, releases and new ideas closely enough, you’ll notice there’s a very apparent trend that pops up all the time: Some company has a truly original idea. Every competing company copies that idea. It’s funny and sad at the same time, and it’s the same … Continue reading

Shelly Palmer Radio Report – July 18, 2013

T-Mobile made waves in the mobile market recently when it ended cell phone contracts and changed the way you bought new phones: no more subsidies, but rather a down payment and small monthly installments. Its new program, ‘Jump,’ takes that strategy to the next level and gives you the option to get a new smartphone … Continue reading

Shelly Palmer Talks About Verizon Edge on Fox 5 News at 5

Shelly Palmer chats with Dari Alexander and Steve Lacy on Fox 5 s News at 5 about Verizon Edge, AT&T Next and T-Mobile Jump.

T-Mobile Jump, AT&T Next, Verizon Edge: Which Saves You the Most Money?

Within the space of little more than a week, three of the largest carriers in the US have introduced completely new plans to go alongside traditional contract agreements and prepaid services. T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon Wireless, with their new plans called Jump, Next, and Edge, respectively, are all going after the same thing: subscribers who … Continue reading

Shelly Palmer Radio Report – July 22, 2013

Once T-Mobile unveiled Jump, its program that gives you access to a phone upgrade every six months, AT&T and Verizon answered by announcing their own early upgrade plans. Verizon Edge lets you get a shiny new smartphone every six months, while AT&T Next gives you a new phone once a year. Like T-Mobile Jump, both … Continue reading

[SUGARPHONE] PINK AND WHITE Diamond/Rhinestone/Crystals Hard Case Cover For HTC WINDOWS PHONE 8X (VERIZON/AT & T/T-MOBILE) Reviews

[SUGARPHONE] PINK AND WHITE Diamond/Rhinestone/Crystals Hard Case Cover For HTC WINDOWS PHONE 8X (VERIZON/AT & T/T-MOBILE) Compatible with HTC WINDOWS PHONE 8X (VERIZON/AT & T/T-MOBILE) Comes in two plastic pieces that easily clip on the back and front of phone Protects your phone from bumps and scratches Precise Cutouts Give Full Access To All Ports, … Continue reading