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Verizon offers the LG G3 for $99
By Luke Jones on Thursday July 10, 2014

We were a little angry when Verizon showed its LG G3 variant and some of the individual design touches of the international version had been removed. However, Big Red is very much back in our good books after revealing the date it will roll out the handset and how much it will cost.

LG G3 carrier variants show up online with Verizon's looking different
By Luke Jones on Monday July 07, 2014

The specific carrier variants for the LG G3 in the US market have been revealed, and as usual Verizon seems to be doing things its own way. The G3 launched at the start of June and has been rolling out globally since, but people in the United States have had to wait to get their hands on arguably the best smartphone currently on the market

LG G3 available for pre-order at T-Mobile
By Luke Jones on Monday June 30, 2014

There are plenty of people around the world now boasting the LG G3 and loving what is arguably the best smartphone currently available. Those of us in the US are still waiting (im)patiently to get our hands on one of the most talked about handsets of the year, but we will not have to wait too much longer. T-Mobile has opened its pre-order doors

Sprint issues nationwide guarantee with the launch of HD Voice and 4G LTE in 470 LTE markets
By Andrew Kameka on Monday June 23, 2014

The nation's third-place carrier today announced that it has reached its 474th market with 4G LTE connectivity, launched HD Voice calling nationwide, and it's now giving a guarantee that consumers will be pleased after 30 days of service.

Verizon Wireless interested in buying up Dish's spectrum
By Andrew Kameka on Friday June 20, 2014

Dish Network has accumulated a great deal of frequency licenses that it had hoped to use to launch a wireless network or acquire and pair with an establish player like Sprint or T-Mobile. Such a deal never materialized, so Dish is reportedly looking to earn some money for that unused spectrum by selling it to Verizon Wireless.

T-Mobile adds free radio for unlimited customers, streaming music won't count against data caps for others
By Andrew Kameka on Thursday June 19, 2014

T-Mobile customers who have plans that limit how much 4G LTE data they can use will no longer have to curb their listening habits because the company has announced that the "top" streaming music services will no longer count against those data caps.

Sprint works with rural carriers to spread 4G LTE
By Andrew Kameka on Monday June 16, 2014

Sprint has announced that it has reached roaming agreements with 12 rural and regional carriers that will make their devices capable of accessing s Sprint's 4G LTE network. The roaming agreements should improve coverage outside of major metropolitan areas when subscribers travel into areas where those operators have yet to build 4G networks.

Sprint would fold into T-Mobile if merger goes ahead
By Luke Jones on Sunday June 15, 2014

More details surrounding the proposed merger between T-Mobile and Sprint are emerging as reports of the deal being struck pick up pace. Analysts and the tech community alike have been debating which company will fold into the other, will Sprint continue or will it be T-Mobile?

T-Mobile tops AT&T in 4G mobile speeds
By Luke Jones on Thursday June 12, 2014

T-Mobile made itself the cool kid in the carrier world by shaking up business models and just making itself a little noisy. The biggest noise comes in PCMag's annual study of wireless network speeds across the United States, which interestingly show T-Mobile ahead of AT&T.

Vodafone reports several governments can listen in on calls and track phone locations
By Andrew Kameka on Friday June 06, 2014

Government agencies in various countries are able to tap into mobile networks with relative ease, allowing them to listen to phone conversations and monitor the data users transfer without seeking approval from or notifying carriers.