We recently have been ordering new iPhone Xs for customer and many are still back ordered. While you are waiting for yours, you may want to get a case. The new iPhone has earned the title of “Most Breakable Phone” due to very easy cracks — both from the bezel-less screen, glass back and stainless […]
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It is official: Samsung will send a software update to Galaxy Note7 devices to make them inoperable starting December 19th. BACKGROUND There are still 130,000 of you out there using your Note 7s so this is an effort to get those potentially dangerous devices off the streets. You may remember the Galaxy Note7s were […]
Just how many mobile devices are connecting to corporate networks? According to Check Point Software Technologies Ltd., quite a few; the use of mobile devices is extensive and continuing to grow. As the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) debate continues, the number of companies allowing employees to access secure corporate networks using mobile devices such […]
Customers keep asking us why the prices of the phones are so high. The carriers are continuing to complain that they are having to pay beau coup dollars for devices and subsidize the phones. This is the biggest overall reason they give to justify:
- Phone cost to customers
- Resale phone cost at non-subsidized prices
- Early termination fees (ETFs)
- Avoidance of loyalty credits
Have you been frustrated with your iPhone’s performance with AT&T? Well, your freedom of choice is finally almost here.
In case you hadn’t heard, Verizon recently announced the upcoming arrival of the iPhone to their U.S. network. The global wireless carrier has also announced unlimited data plans at a very familiar $30 a month.
According to a report from The Wall Street Journal, Verizon’s COO Lowell McAdam has confirmed that the carrier will give iPhone users the same deal on data plans as AT&T offers to their subscribers.