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Wirefly prices HTC ThunderBolt at $150 on-contract

April 13th, 2011

Looking to get your LTE on without breaking the bank? Third party wireless retailer Wirefly has Verizon’s coveted HTC ThunderBolt handset priced for a very svelte $149.99. Now through Monday, interested, eligible parties can add the ThunderBolt to their shopping cart, agree to a new two-year service term, and enter the code THUNDER0418 at checkout to take …

Sprint offers $150, $50 to wireless defectors

March 12th, 2011

U.S. wireless carrier Sprint has launched a new promotion that aims to ease the financial pain of cellular defectors. Through April 16th, the company will offer a $125 service credit to users that port their number to Sprint from another carrier and sign a two-year smartphone contract. If a smartphone is not in your future, Sprint …

New Verizon FiOS offering boasts ‘fastest mass-market broadband service in the nation’

November 22nd, 2010

If you’re a Verizon FiOS residential broadband customer, with a need for Internet speed, listen up. Big Red has just announced a new plan that boasts some ridiculously fast, lust-worthy uplink and downlink speeds. How fast you ask? How about 150Mbps down and 35Mbps up. “With a downstream speed of 150 Mbps, consumers can download a two-hour, standard-definition …

Sprint to release Epic 4G software update tomorrow to address data speed issues

September 29th, 2010

According to an administrator on Sprint’s official forums, the company will be releasing a software update for the Epic 4G to address issues with data speeds being capped. The thread, titled “3G Upload Capped,”  has well over 500 replies. The administrator’s response is as follows: Good news – an update will be released tomorrow 9/30.  It …