Tag: SPrint

Verizon offers free spam and robocalling protection, starting in March

Following on the heels of T-Mobile’s similar announcement, Verizon is set to roll out robocall and spam call protection to all of its customers starting in March. It will be available to all users who have “smartphones supporting these... Read More

Have robocalls gotten worse since the government shutdown?

Don’t pick up that phone. Americans have been plagued with an increasing number of robocalls — and the government can’t do anything about it. Both the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) are closed due to... Read More

Which carrier uses the most data?

So, how much data did the month of February see wasted used on Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile or Sprint by cellular and plan type? Well, the latest AppOptix report by research firm Strategy Analytics brings us the answer to that pressing question.... Read More

The Most Effective Way to Circumvent Your Snooping ISP

Thanks to our US Senate & House’s decision, Internet Service Providers (ISPs)  can sell your entire web browsing history to literally anyone without your permission. The only rules that prevented this are all being repealed, and won’t be... Read More

What’s up w/the iOS9’s WiFi Assist feature?

Apple’s new iOS 9 operating system has an awesome feature called Wi-Fi Assist. You’ll love it — unless you’re one of those folks that wasn’t grandfathered into an unlimited data plan.  Wi-Fi Assist is a new tool that lets... Read More

Wireless Service Begins at 30 New Underground Subway Stations in Mid-town New York

Wireless Voice and Data Service Now Available for AT&T and T-Mobile USA Customers; Boingo Wireless Continues to Operate Ad-Supported Wi-Fi; Sprint and Verizon Wireless in Talks to Provide Wireless Service Later This Year NEW YORK – April 25,... Read More