Verizon changing ETF for “advance devices”

by Shawn Brown on November 5th, 2009 No Comments

Due to a heavy amount of scamming done to Verizon Wireless with the BOGO deals they have chosen to up their early termination fee for “advance devices.” Starting on November 15th the ETF will run you a whopping $350 and you thought the $175 was bad before. The scams that Verizon is currently trying to […]

Verizon announces Motorola Droid

by Shawn Brown on October 30th, 2009 2 Comments

Verizon has officially announced their first Android-powered handset the Motorola Droid. After a long wait Verizon customers will finally be able to get in on all the Android action that they have been missing the last few months. The Motorola Droid is getting a lot of great reviews despite Motorola’s recent decline in desirable handsets. […]

Verizon launches BlackBerry Storm 2, nobody notices

by Shawn Brown on October 29th, 2009 No Comments

Verizon must not have been thinking when they decided to launch the new BlackBerry Storm 2 on the same day as the announcement of the Android-powered Droid. Perhaps Verizon did it because they are a bit embarrassed at one of the least accepted BlackBerry handsets out there. If you missed it and the Storm 2 […]

Moto Droid shows up in Best Buy’s system on October 24th?

by Shawn Brown on October 22nd, 2009 No Comments

On the Verizon network and waiting for the day when the new Moto Droid is going to hit so you can finally get your hand in the Android-powered goodness? Best Buy’s system is showing that they might have the handset available as early as October 24th. Now just because they have it at that time […]

BlackBerry Storm 2 3D model finds its way to Verizon Wireless website

by Shawn Brown on October 20th, 2009 No Comments

Verizon has been playing a lot of games when it comes to actually acknowledging that the BlackBerry Storm 2 actually exists. This may or many not be due to the fact that they have plenty of the BlackBerry Storm to sell through between now and the release of the second version. There is the argument […]

Motorola Droid gets pictured with quick overview

by Shawn Brown on October 20th, 2009 1 Comments

This week the Boy Genius Report managed to get their hands on Verizon’s upcoming Android-powered handset. The Motorola Droid is suppose to be running the new Android 2.0 firmware and will open up a new world of opportunity to Verizon’s customers. The Motorola Droid, formally known as the VZW/MOTO is being said to be “thinnest […]

Verizon Wireless confirms Pre for 2010

by Shawn Brown on October 20th, 2009 No Comments

Over the past couple months there have been several rumors blowing around stating that there will be a Pre coming to the Verizon Wireless. Among the rumors there have been ones stating that it would not come at all and others stating that the Pre that Verizon is getting will be an updated version from […]

Motorola Sholes not running MOTOBLUR?

by Shawn Brown on October 7th, 2009 No Comments

When we heard about the Motorola Sholes coming to Verizon Wireless we suspected that it would be running the new MOTOBLUR because it’s a Motorola Android and it’s designed to be a “Google Experience” handset. It appears though that this may not be the case. From what we can tell the handset that Verizon CEO, […]

Verizon’s two new Androids pictured

by Shawn Brown on October 6th, 2009 No Comments

Both Verizon Wireless and Google have been very very hush hush about the two upcoming Android-powered handsets to be the first on the nations largest mobile network. Too bad CEO’s can’t seem to keep a secret theses day. It’s really as simple and not taking pictures with the devices. Google CEO Eric Schmidt appears to […]

Verizon Hub DOA, Android Hub Next?

by verizon voyager on September 30th, 2009 1 Comments

That didn’t take long – the Verizon Hub is no longer being offered by the company. The idea was to revolutionize the desk phone and the idea itself was good. But the price was too high, features were too few, bugs were too many, marketing was too little and overall the implementation and effort were […]