Verizon and AT&T, the biggest wireless carriers, haven’t jumped into this price war — at least not yet.
Now comes the latest salvo in the iPhone 6s price/leasing wars as T-Mobile offers $5 a month with JUMP! On Demand for the iPhone 6s, with an iPhone 6 trade-in.
Drivers of these vehicles should continue using them as normal, the EPA said, as authorities and the carmaker work out the details and inform the registered owners.
Those banks or businesses who choose to not make the move by the deadline will be required to take financial responsibility for any fraudulent purchases made with the outdated cards or at their business.
Google announced Tuesday that it will partner with stores such as Whole Foods and Costco to pilot a new delivery service for fresh food and groceries before the end of the year.
The nation’s largest wireless provider, Verizon, said on Monday it would start field trials next year of 5G technology, which offers a 50-fold increase in data capability over current networks.
The giants of pay-TV — Comcast, Dish, DirecTV (now owned by AT&T) among them — should be concerned now that the latest “cord-cutter” tally as been released.
The move could be a game-changer for retailers who need delivery assistance to compete with Amazon, the e-commerce giant that has started delivering packages on Sundays and has slashed delivery times down to one-hour in certain cities.
“The majority of XFINITY customers use less than 300GB of data in a month, and therefore will not be affected by these changes,” Comcast says. However, most costumers have no idea how much they use.
The iPhone hackers have uploaded software that lets other people purchase iTunes apps for “free,” using the victims’ accounts.