The merger will also spin off a new fourth US carrier: Dish.
Directly contradicting their original plans.
The 5G-enabled device will retail for $999.99.
It isn’t clear how Verizon’s exclusivity will work from here on out, however.
Google has certified the device as being “Made for Fi.”
The carrier’s phony 5G network indicator will soon make its way to iOS devices.
It will also now give subscribers extra protection for their device.
The perk goes into effect January 17th for existing and new unlimited customers.
Those with a Beyond Unlimited or Above Unlimited subscription, take note.
Devices should start getting RCS support today.
We know nothing about the phone itself, however.
A new “5G E” icon will start appearing next year, but it’s not what you think at all.
The first one will come in the first half of 2019.
After the announcement leaked on Reddit, Verizon has confirmed it’ll begin rolling out RCS Chat support to the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL this week, starting December 6th. While it’s nice to finally see the new texting standard reach consumer devices, we probably won’t see it hit any other Continue Reading
The Uncarrier’s sub-brand has officially made it onto Santa’s naughty list.