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Verizon’s Usage-based Data Plans: Bad for Consumers

Verizon is doing several things that won’t immediately affect current subscribers, but that may affect subscription renewals down the road and will definitely impact all new smartphone purchasers who aren’t already attached to a smartphone data plan. No matter how I look at these items, I can’t figure out even one single way that consumers will be impacted positively. Don’t believe what Verizon tells you. This isn’t at all good!

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The Future of Openness: Verizon 4G

On November 15th, Verizon Wireless will launch the United States’ first nationwide 4G network. Not only is this new network faster than anything else out there, it’ll be much more robust than ever before! Without going into a ton of

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Droid Incredible: It’s–Incredible!

It’s Incredible and official, available only from Verizon Wireless: the HTC-built Droid Incredible. The replacement for the “aging” Droid Eris, the Incredible combines everything in the Nexus One with HTC Sense, an 8 megapixel camera, more RAM and ROM, and

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Zune Phone becoming reality?

I’m in the market for a smartphone. My two-year contract on my Verizon plan is up in June or July ’09 and although I’m not necessarily in a hurry to get rid of my current phone (the LG Chocolate 2),

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