Verizon customers seem to be dumping their Android devices for the iPhone. A 10 percent decrease in Android market share over the past five months seems pretty significant, especially for a carrier that sells top of the line Android handsets.
Recently, AT&T was reported to be tightening its policy on users who tether for free by jailbreaking their devices. Now it seems that Verizon is following in their footsteps. The only difference is that they are planning to take action and it could be as soon as today.
Verizon Wireless announced Friday that it activated 2.3 million iPhone 4 units during its June quarter, which was down significantly quarter-to-quarter. Still, the company’s overall numbers looked good.
Verizon is planning on abolishing its unlimited smart phone data plan on July 7, but it's not all bad news: If you've already signed-up for an unlimited data plan by this date, you can keep the plan even when you upgrade or renew.
Verizon promises its next iPhone will work in as many countries as AT&T’s model, according to the company’s Chief Financial Officer, Fran Shammo. However, a universal Verizon iPhone doesn't mean it will work on the company's faster 4G LTE network.
For Verizon iPhone customers, there is now an untethered jailbreak just for you. Courtesy Sn0wbreeze 2.6.1, this jailbreak is for Verizon users on iOS 4.2.7. The directions, which we’ve included here, were first published by the folks at TiPb.
Verizon CFO Fran Shammo announced that he believes the next-generation iPhone will be a universally compatible model for distribution around the globe. This news came as Verizon announced its first quarter earnings.
Verizon iPhone customers are already upset they cannot upgrade their handsets to iOS 4.3. Now comes word some iPad 2 customers using Verizon’s 3G network are having connection problems. What's going on?