If you’re a Verizon Wireless customer, listen up. We’ve got some good news and some bad news. The good news, beginning today you can buy one plan and use it on all your devices. The bad news? As Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan tells us, if you want an unlimited plan you may be out of luck.
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The vote, backed by Councilman Jim Kenney, came despite a plea from Verizon that no hearing is needed.
The free app checks signal strength, download speed and Internet response time. Each test is recorded and sent back to their servers, and it’s that crowdsourced info that shows you whether Verizon, Sprint, or AT&T works best.
Calling for the hearing is councilman Jim Kenney, who says he has information that Verizon is not honoring its Fios buildout plan agreed upon three years ago with City Council.
By Jim Donovan. If you’re a Verizon Wireless customer and you were planning to upgrade your phone in the near future, you may want to do that sooner rather than later. Real soon in fact! […]
The plan offered by Republic Wireless costs $19 a month.
Chris analyzes the early missteps of Rick Perry’s Presidential Campaign and Verizon’s ad campaign against their striking workers. He also talks to Phillies Play-by-Play Announcer Tom McCarthy about the unveiling of the Harry Kalas Statue last night at Citizens Bank Park.
Chris responds to Warren Buffett’s call for higher taxes on the rich. He talks to Conservative Columnist Mark Steyn about his new book, After America and to Christine O’Donnell about her new book, Trouble Maker.
Verizon has been granted an injunction to limit picketing by striking union workers in New Jersey.
The collective bargaining agreement between Verizon and its communications workers expired Saturday at midnight.
Chris analyzes the Standard and Poors downgrade of the U.S. credit rating with Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein on the Monday Morning Matchup and he talks to Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel about their big series against the Giants over the weekend.
Joseph James, the city’s deputy chief information officer, has been fired for allegedly accepting gifts, meals, and $48,000 worth of items through a Verizon rewards program.
By Jim Donovan: To help unite families and friends in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan, many phone and cable companies are temporarily waiving fees. Here is a breakdown: AT&T: From […]
When it comes to his iPhone, Sam Rifkin has had some bad luck. And without insurance, that bad luck can be expensive.