Cell phone carriers really want your business, so much so that they offer deals that seem almost too good to be true, especially when it comes to the coveted iPhone. It’s not unheard of for a customer to grab one of the devices for less than $200.
The fourth quarter of 2012 was extremely successful for Verizon Wireless as news has emerged that the behemoth sold 6.2 million iPhone units during that time period, according to the company’s Chief Financial Officer, Fran Shammo.
Verizon Wireless announced that it’s discontinuing unlimited data plans for new smartphone customers. Starting Thursday, July 7, new customers will be offered four tiered plans: $10 for 75MB, $30 for 2GB, $50 for 5GB, and $80 for 10GB. Current Verizon customers with a plan, along with those who upgrade on
AT&T will begin offering iPhone users its standard mobile insurance plan starting July 17. The carrier is replacing its original iPhone insurance ($11.99/month) with a $4.99 monthly “Mobile Insurance” program. All newly activated or upgraded iPhone devices will be able to enroll within 30 days of activation. The Mobile Insurance
If iPhone 4S/5 is going to be introduced tomorrow at WWDC, it would be a safe bet to say that the two U.S. carriers that are practically guaranteed to sell it would know in advance. So if the new, popular iPhone 4 is taken out of the limelight on both
ReaddleDocs has updated their file management app for the iPhone and iPod touch to add a network file server. This allows iPhones and iPods to function as a wireless network drive that can be accessed on a computer (Mac OS 10.4, XP or Vista required) over a local Wi-Fi network. You can also connect between two handhelds with the app installed. The update also adds an improved WebDAV client, improved support for Box.net and GMX MediaCenter, and an the ability to auto-load the last viewed document. You can grab it in the App Store for $10.