Verizon Wireless is sending emails to customers this week informing them that the company will now begin storing their browsing history, location, app usage data and more, in the name of providing "more relevant" mobile ads. The company says it won't "share any information that identifies you personally," and the email includes instructions for customers who want to opt out of the tracking program.
The CAT S48c is another tough, waterproof, military-spec entry in the CAT Phone line and now it's available to you, in the U.S., on Sprint and Verizon
Verizon Wireless announced yesterday that it will be rolling out free spam and robocall protection to its subscribers, starting in March.
Never content to let Verizon flip the script, T-Mobile today announced that for a limited time its Unlimited prepaid plan will be discounted to $50 per month.