Whether you have an iPhone through AT&T or Verizon, replacing it can be costly. Several companies offer warranties, but are they really worth it?
A dedicated few waited overnight outside Bay Area Verizon stores for the chance to buy an iPhone not tied to the AT&T network.
Verizon Wireless on Friday said its first day of taking online orders for the iPhone produced record sales, and it’s stopped taking orders until Wednesday.
On the same day it started taking pre-orders for the iPhone, Verizon Wireless started reserving the right to slow down data service for subscribers who consume far more than others.
CNET Editor at Large Brian Cooley got a chance to test Verizon’s version of the iPhone, comparing it to the AT&T version.
Verizon Wireless is revealing details of how much it will charge iPhone users for voice, text and data service.
Verizon Wireless will start offering the iPhone with a draw that AT&T no longer offers to new subscribers: a plan with unlimited data usage. But some AT&T iPhone users on limited plans won’t need to move to Verizon for unlimited data.
Talk is cheap, but one cell phone company is raising the cost to go online, while another is saying goodbye to some popular perks.
Verizon Wireless said it will start selling a version of the iPhone 4 in early February, giving U.S. iPhone buyers a choice of carriers for the first time.
Verizon Wireless would seem to be a big winner after its expected announcement Tuesday that it will start selling the iPhone and break Apple Inc.’s monogamous relationship with AT&T Inc. in the U.S.