For a while now Verizon Wireless has been the only game in town where I live. Back in the day, I tried T-Mobile and AT&T and their networks weren't mature enough at the time to compete from a voice and 3G data standpoint. Then of course came the 4G LTE tech and the data usage explosion, which only widened the gap between Verizon and their competition even further. By the time both other major companies (no one really uses Sprint anymore, do they?) leveraged enough funds to increase their network infrastructure, I was already happy with my grandfathered unlimited 3G to 4G data plan. I mean, come on...unlimited is unlimited, right? And then came the real deciding factor - both AT&T and Verizon decided to stop offering unlimited data packages in favor of tiered data, and my choice was made for me: if I wanted to keep my existing unlimited data plan, I was going to be on Verizon for the foreseeable future.
I'll start this article by saying there probably aren't too many of you interested in buying a new smartphone right now. And the...
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Now that things are back to rocking and rolling again for the Two Tech Geeks, I just wanted to drop a quick line and say "thanks" to all the folks that stuck with us through our hiatus, and to let you know that there is plenty more to come. Including, but not limited to:
- Fearless Predictions for 2014
- Two Tech Geeks look back at the Best of Tech 2013
- Verizon's honoring a website glitch that gives hundreds (perhaps thousands) of upgrades AND keep unlimited data plans
- More device reviews as fast as we get our grubby hands on them
Sunday, October 6, 2013
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