T-Mobile running #UnlimitedBaseball contest, offering up a year of free service


T-Mobile has kicked off a new contest dubbed #UnlimitedBaseball that will obviously appeal to baseball fans. The premise is pretty simple and all you’ll have to do to enter is to tag a photo on Twitter or Instagram with #UnlimitedBaseball and #contest, and you’re automatically entered into the contest. Oh, and you’ll automatically get a $5 MLBshop.com gift card, too. Read more

Verizon unboxes Pixel in new promotional video


Capitalizing on their position as the exclusive carrier for the new Pixel and Pixel XL phones made by Google, Verizon has released an “unboxing” video for the Pixel. The unboxing part is really only the first few seconds of the video as the devices are shown being taken out of their boxes. After that, Verizon focuses on some of the other key features that Google covered in their event today, notably the power of the camera which was used to capture all of the images used in the video. Read more

Verizon standing firm against offering unlimited data plans


As business cycles go, it seems we are coming around for our second lap with wireless carriers offering unlimited data in an effort to entice customers to choose their service. During an investor conference on Thursday, Verizon’s chief financial officer Fran Shammo confirmed that in typical fashion for the company, Verizon would not jump on the bandwagon and offer their own unlimited plans. Read more

Comcast to jump into wireless carrier market in 2017


The wheels have been in motion for a while now and according to Comcast CEO Brian Roberts, the company is moving forward with the launch of its own wireless service offering starting in 2017. According to Roberts, the company will capitalize on an existing network of 15 million wi-fi hotspots as well as an existing MVNO agreement with Verizon to access their network. Read more