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Verizon Launches LTE-Equipped LG G Pad 7.0 And 10.1 With Temporary Promo Prices Of $49.99 And $199.99 On Contract

Big Red has just announced a pair of (kind of) budget-friendly tablets with LTE just in time for the holidays. So why not give someone the gift of a two-year mobile data contract? Well, maybe you should ask first. At any rate, you can get the LG G Pad 7.0 and 10.1 for $49.99 and $199.99 with a new contract, but these are temporary promo prices.

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[Weekend Poll] Do Carrier Logos On Your Phone Actually Bother You?

So, we just found out that the AT&T version of the Nexus 6, which everyone had assumed up to this point would be exactly like every other Nexus 6, is not in fact like every other Nexus 6. It has been... branded - allegedly. At least according to AT&T's BusinessDirect device site.

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If you ordered a Nexus 6 from AT&T, you probably did not expect this. You probably did not want this.

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Verizon To Make 2-Year Contract ETFs 83% More Sucky Starting Today, Because Verizon

Are you a Verizon customer? Are you due for an upgrade on your 2-year contract? Well, go in armed with the knowledge that any 2-year agreement signed from today forward is going to have a substantially awful...er early termination clause.

The base fee of $350 is remaining the same - that's the not-bad news (I mean, it's obviously not good news). The problem is that until you're 8 full months into your contract, that ETF doesn't start declining.

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Galaxy Note Edge Now On Sale In The US From Most Carriers With Prices Starting At A Staggering $399.99 On-Contract

The Galaxy Note Edge is now available in the US from most of the major carriers, and to anyone out there who wants its intriguing curved strip of extra screen space, well, it's going to cost you. If you missed our last report, then you might want to sit down. This handset comes in at roughly $900 off-contract, and even if you're thinking of making a two-year commitment, you will still have to hand over the cost of one 32GB Nexus 5.

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Google Voice Now Supports Sending MMS Messages To Verizon Numbers And Native MMS Photos In Hangouts

At long last, Google Voice MMS works on all major North American carriers. Verizon was the last of the big boys to hold things up, but that changes today. You can now send pictures in a Google Voice MMS to your friends on Big Red and they will actually see them.

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The Football Leather Moto X On Verizon Is Official... ly Ugly

Motorola took the premium materials one step further this year with the option to buy a Moto X clad in premium Horween leather, then someone at Verizon thought it would be cool to slap some football leather on it. The result, as you can see below is kind of ugly. Maybe it looks nicer in real life?

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Verizon Continues Its Rebranded Tablet Push With The Ellipsis 8: $150 On Contract, $250 Outright

Android Police presents a fictionalized account of the creation of the Verizon Ellipsis 8 tablet.

Basking Ridge, New Jersey, November 5th, 2014

Verizon Wireless corporate headquarters

"I can't believe those jerks at Motorola. A week, a freakin' week after we debut the most powerful, spec-heavy phone in the country as a Verizon exclusive, they go and scrape our magnificent paint off the case and sell it themselves!"

"The Moto Maxx is only being sold in Latin America, sir.

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Verizon And AT&T Join Forces To Develop VoLTE Calling Interoperability

When the forces of evil get together, it's usually bad news for the innocent bystanders, but this time it might be a good thing. Verizon and AT&T are getting together to take over the world make voice over LTE (VoLTE) work across carriers. That means you will soon be able to make calls from one carrier to the other using LTE rather than falling back to 3G technologies.

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VoLTE is an all-IP calling technology that aims to improve voice quality and add additional services.

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The Verizon Galaxy Note 4 Developer Edition Is In Stock And Ready To Ship From Samsung For $700

Ah, Developer Editions, what would we do without you? Probably suck it up and buy the retail versions, since anyone who's actually in the market for a Developer Edition phone on Verizon doesn't have a choice of GSM carriers with unlocked phones. If you've been drooling over the Galaxy Note 4's high-end hardware but lamenting Verizon's locked bootloader policy, Samsung is ready to sell you an unlockable phone. That will be $699.99, please.

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Verizon Makes The DROID Turbo Official: A Beefed-Up Moto X With A Monster Battery, Launching Thursday For $200 On Contract

Verizon's yearly update of the DROID line is today, and once again Motorola has borrowed heavily from its Moto X flagship to make the carrier's customized phone. For 2014 there's only one new Motorola DROID, as opposed to three models last year and the year before. Say hello to the DROID Turbo, if you haven't already checked out nearly every detail that's been leaked. It will be available from Verizon's retailers and online store on Thursday, October 30th starting at $199.99 on-contract.

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