Google will reportedly begin to roll out its U.S. wireless service as early as Wednesday, April 22nd, according to a new report out of The Wall Street Journal.
Ting, the Sprint MVNO, has just launched an open beta test for its GSM network. In early December, the MVNO started testing its GSM network through an invite-only system, and the network has now come into fruition.
Google is getting ready to launch its own MVNO wireless service, according to a report by The Information.
The newly independent VAIO brand is set to release a mid-range 5-inch smartphone in 2015 that may bring it screen-to-screen with its progenitor, Sony.
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In order to combat recent rumors, Straight Talk has issued a statement through its official blog refuting claims that suggest the carrier’s advertised unlimited data plan is really capped at 1.5GB.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is about to be unveiled, but ahead of its launch we already have word that U.S.-based MVNO, Ting, is getting the handset around the same time as the bigger mobile carriers such as Sprint, Verizon and AT&T.
T-Mobile prepaid MVNOs Solavei and Ready SIM have confirmed plans to offer LTE once the infrastructure is available, but Magenta would not confirm.
We take a look into Android’s crystal ball and see what awaits in 2013!
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