Verizon iPhone – No thanks!


Before you drop AT&T iPhone 4 for the Verizon iPhone 4 you may want to think twice.

1. Verizon iPhone will not handle data and voice simultaneously.

2. While using the Verizon iPhone as a hotspot you will not be able to accept or place calls.

3. Verizon plans and features may cost you way more than AT&T.

4. If you switch from AT&T to Verizon you may have to pay an early termination fees to AT&T, activation fees to Verizon and taxes. Is it worth it?

5. Verizon will be hit with all of these iPhones clogging their network and AT&T warns that Verizon service may be “slow”. We will see.


*I’m not pro AT&T but I just think that the Verizon iPhone had too much hype for nothing. The iPhone 4 is old news.


Google-Verizon network neutrality policy proposal – Voice your opinion

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Dismal Sales Killed Microsoft KIN

Did you know that Verizon had Microsoft’s KIN phones for sale a few months ago? No….well neither did the rest of America! It is rumored that Verizon only sold just over 500 KIN phones. There are other reports that KIN sales were greater than 1000. Either way that is horrible! As you know Microsoft has already eliminated the KIN. Microsoft’s is now focusing on making the Windows Phone a success.

Do you think the release of the iPhone 4, the EVO 4G and the upcoming release of the Droid X sold at Verizon had something to do with the poor sales? The KIN was supposed to attract the younger crowd that wants to share their experiences and thoughts via social networks. I guess a few teens actually fell for KIN’s ads on television and just had to have one. The rest of the teens are saving up their allowance and eagerly waiting for the new Droid.

Maybe Microsoft can sell all those leftover KIN phones to BP so they can fill in the giant failure hole spewing oil. By this time next year National Geographic will have pictures of kids in Third World Countries using the KIN as a play toy.

iPhone coming to Verizon in January?

According to the latest Bloomberg report; Verizon Wireless should start selling Apple’s iPhone in January. With the release of the new iPhone 4, this could be a smart move. Even with all of the negative feedback lately on the antenna issues and shattered screens, people still want an iPhone.  AT&T is all that stands  in the way of huge masses of people from switching to an iPhone. The bad part is that users will have to choose from the Droid X or the iPhone 4 which are both great phones.

Apple introduced FaceTime at the WWDC10. Many people cannot use FaceTime because their family and friends are on different carriers who do not offer the iPhone 4. If the rumor is true and Verizon does sell the iPhone 4 this will be a dream come true for many.  AT&T will lose a large percentage of their customers who will migrate over to Verizon. We will see what happens. There have been too many Verizon/iPhone rumors to count.

Keep your fingers crossed!

LG Ally: Worth a Second Look

With the launch of the HTC EVO, HTC Aria and the announcement of Droid X coming soon, LG’s Ally was overlooked. There are some great deals going on for the Ally. From what I have seen on reviews and feedback, the phone scores pretty high ranks. Now that the Ally has huge price reductions, it think it is worth a second look.

The Ally is only $29.99 at Bestbuy right now. The Ally is also only $49.99 at Verizon and they are Buy One Get One Free. Both of these deal require the usual activation charges and a two-year contract with Verizon. The LG Ally is an Android phone and would work great for those on a budget who cannot afford an EVO, Nexus One or Aria. If you are already with Verizon or looking to switch to Verizon for a new Android phone then this is a great opportunity.

LG Ally Features

This mobile phone features a 3.2″ touch-screen display for easy navigation through features and an Android 2.1 operating system for staying connected and productive on the go. Capture special moments with the built-in 3.2MP digital camera.

What’s Included

  • LG Ally Mobile Phone
  • Lithium battery
  • Charger
  • 4GB microSD card
  • Owner’s manual
  • * Phone activation required before use.
  • Product Features

    • Built-in Wi-Fi
      For Internet capability and Bluetooth-compatible for connecting to your computer. Operates on dual-band CDMA 800/1900MHz and EVDO Rev A networks for reliable wireless communication.
    • Android 2.1 operating system
      Allows you to stay connected and productive on the go.
    • 3.2″ color touch screen with 800 x 480 pixels
      For clear viewing of your text messages, photos and videos.
    • 3.2MP digital camera
      With autofocus and flash for capturing special moments on the go. Also features photo and video sharing. Media reader supports microSD memory cards for storing or transferring of media. Includes a 4GB microSD card.
    • Music player
      Allows you to listen to your favorite tunes.
    • Multimedia and text messaging
      Let you communicate by typing. LG Socialite features Google and Facebook contacts. Internet access and browsing for accessing the Web and checking your e-mail.
    • Customizable ringtones
      Allow you to personalize the sound of your phone. Vibrate mode notifies you discreetly of incoming phone calls and messages. Also features voice activation and speed dialing.
    • 1,000-entry phone book
      Keeps your contact numbers easily accessible. Hands-free speakerphone allows you to keep your hands on the wheel while driving.
    • Google Apps
      Include Google Search, Google Maps with navigation beta, Transit and Wikipedia Information, Google Talk with Presence, Gmail, YouTube, Latitude and Google Calendar.

  • Up to 450 minutes talk time and up to 500 hours standby
    With included lithium battery.
  • Motorola Droid X releases June 23rd

    Verizon’s Motorola Droid X will release June 23rd. It has a 4.3″ display, HDMI output and it captures 720p. It should be able to run Adobe Flash.