Looking to get a smartphone? Want to save some money? Do you want to get one of the leading smartphone brands, but you aren’t worried about getting the newest product? We have just the phone for you!
The iPhone 3G is a great mobile device for anyone that is looking to own a smartphone. The lifestyle that this phone fits could be anyone looking to get their hands on an Apple product, or wants to constantly be connected on the internet.
This device has all the wonderful features of the original iPhone, but upgraded. This gadget offers 3G data, a camera, live tracking on Google Maps and much more. The Apple operating system makes it really easy to use the device. You can check and reply to emails, download apps, or stay connected on Facebook just with the touch of your hands.
Do you need to purchase a smartphone? Do you own a business and need to constantly check your email? Do you need a smartphone that is easy to use?
BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300 is a great mobile device for anyone that is looking for an entry-level smartphone. The lifestyle that this phone fits could be someone that is business-oriented, or looking for a basic smartphone by BlackBerry.
This device has all the excellent features of a classic BlackBerry mobile phone. From the QWERTY keyboard, to 3G data, this phone will support your everyday needs. Using the BlackBerry operating system, it is easy to use the smartphone. You can sync your email to the phone and respond to them fast. The touch-sensitive track pad makes it simple to navigate throughout the gadget.
How often do you go to a bookstore and actually purchase a book at full price? Do you just browse at what you would like to buy, and then purchase it online because it’s cheaper? Stores have become the showroom of the modern era. I regularly go into bookstores and only purchase international magazines because I know that I can’t save money. But if I am interested in a book or Blu-ray, I always check Amazon and buy it online.
Thank you FCC!!! You guys pulled through for the Verizon Android user. Ok, so here is the scoop…the almighty Verizon Wireless corporation decided that they wouldn’t allow their smartphone users to utilize other 3rd party applications for tethering. For those you who don’t know what that is; tethering is basically using your phone to connect your computer usually your laptop to the world wide web(internet). Bascally, your phone turns into a modem for your laptop. Now to do this, you would need, of course, a smartphone but also software to install on your phone. If you were to use software provided by Verizon, it would cost you an additional fee on your cell phone bill. So programmers were able to develop applications to download for free on your smartphone which basically made Verizon block those apps from being downloaded on any of their phones. This happened in May of last year. Now the FCC ruled that they can’t do this and made them pay a fine of 1.25 million dollars. Now that may not seem a lot to a multi-billion firm, but I could sure use that money to buy a house and go on a nice vacation.
Could the rumors be true??? Is Facebook about to launch their very own Smartphone in the coming year.. ? With their third attempt in producing their own Smartphone, Facebook has enlisted the help of Opera a Norwegian firm and has stepped up the hiring of engineers to help build and launch the hardware needed for the Smartphone.
In preparation for the new Dark Knight Rises, Nokia has announced (via twitter) that they will be releasing a limited edition Batman-themed Lumia 900 which is a Windows Phone 7. At this point no release date or quantity has been announced but based on the Batman-themed Lumia 800 that was released earlier it is assumed that the new Lumia 900 will be extremely limited, have a batman logo engraved on the back of the phone, come in only black and have a unique package. Unfortunately the batman utility belt is not included.
Interested in purchasing the HTC EVO 4G for Sprint? If you are than check out our video review so you can see the features of the phone before making a purchase. If you like what you see than you can purchase your own HTC EVO 4G at Fast Lane Wireless. All of our products are fully tested, come with a 30 day no-hassle 30 day money back guarantee and we offer free shipping too!
Today I am reviewing the Blackberry 9330 for Verizon Wireless. Aesthetically the 9330 roughly sticks to the classic Blackberry format in shape, size and layout. The easy access QWERTY keyboard and responsive optical trackpad Blackberry users love are still there. This model introduces 3G and GPS to the Blackberry line of smartphones. This model also sports Blackberry OS 5 and can be upgraded to OS6. READ MORE >>
Rejoice Sprint users!!!… Sprint has announced the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus LTE Android
smartphone for their network. After months of its initial release on other carriers such as Verizon
Wireless, Sprint will have the phone on sale April 22, 2012. Packed with Android 4.0 aka Ice Cream
Sandwich, this device is surely going to raise some eyebrows with Sprint users. Here are some features
on this device: 4.65-inch display, 5-megapixel camera, and 1.2GHz dual-core processor. Also, for
all of you disappointed with Verizon’s version not having Google Wallet, Sprint’s Nexus will not just
allow Google Wallet but also up to a $50 credit for just using it. You get a $10 credit the first week you
activate the Google Wallet account and another $40 credit 3 weeks later. Maybe this is for making
customers wait a while for the phone to be released on Sprint. Regardless, that is a free $50 credit to
spend on whatever you want.
So after acquiring Alltel Wireless in 2008, Verizon Wireless has decided to stop activating Alltel devices on the Verizon Wireless network as of January 16, 2012. This includes the Alltel Legacy devices such as cell phones and air cards that were previously activated on Verizon Wireless. Current customers with Alltel devices that are already on the Verizon Wireless network need not to worry. This only affects the devices that aren’t on the Verizon network.