Verizon Stories January 31

Since HMD Global brought the brand back to smartphones a couple of years ago, Nokia has seen a lot of success overseas in European markets. Its presence in the US and North America in general, though, has been minimal. Today, HMD Global is announcing new carrier deals to support its long-term strategy for Nokia in the United States, and that includes two new devices launching today.

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Verizon Stories January 30

Verizon used to be the slowest carrier when it came to releasing Android updates, but in recent years that’s been changing. More and more often, Big Red is one of the first to launch a new update. Today, the Samsung Galaxy S9 on Verizon is picking up Android Pie, one of the first carriers to get the update.

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Deal: Get Pixelbook at 25% off: $750!

Verizon Stories January 24

Verizon quietly launched its own MVNO last year to deliver a single, affordable unlimited data plan for bring-your-own-device customers. The service originally only worked with iPhones, but today, Visible is officially announcing Android compatibility.

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Verizon Stories December 6, 2018

Last month, it emerged that Verizon was planning to launch Universal Profile RCS early next year. The Google-backed messaging standard is now set to officially begin rolling out on December 6th for the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL.

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Verizon Stories November 16, 2018

Universal Profile RCS might launch on Verizon in early 2019

When Google earlier this year detailed that its future consumer messaging effort would be centered around RCS and Messages, AT&T and Verizon also signaled that it would adopt the Universal Profile. The latter carrier might be launching support early next year.

Verizon Stories October 26, 2018

Razer Phone 2 picks up Verizon certification after initial issues

After some initial problems earlier this week, Razer has confirmed that it is now fully compatible with Verizon in the United States. However, the Razer Phone 2 still isn’t officially available from the carrier. Instead, if you have the phone, you’ll need to manually activate the device for use on the network. 

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