Earlier this year T-Mobile announced that they would be giving customers “data stash”, meaning customers got to keep unused data. Not too long after that, AT&T decided that they, too, would let customers keep their unused data as well. Today AT&T has announced that they’re going to be extending that same data rollover to some of their prepaid GoPhone plans.
We all know that Verizon isn’t the best when it comes to updating its phones (besides Moto devices) but the length of time that the Galaxy Note 4 has gone without receiving the Android 5.0 update is almost hilarious (probably not so much to Note 4 owners). However, Verizon has finally blessed the workhorse phablet with the software needed to push the hardware over the edge — pun?
Just like we saw earlier with the Galaxy S6, the pricing models have been released for the HTC One M9 — surprisingly the same day as the S6 pricing was announced, ಠ_ಠ . HTC also included the price for an unlocked model from their website (happy dance).
Whenever there’s a press conference in which a company announces a new device, the first questions asked by the public always seem to be: “When will it be available?” and “How much will it cost?” Since we already known that the new Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will be arriving in stores April 10th, it’s now time to find out how much Samsung will be taking from our wallets as well.
The Samsung Galaxy S III was hands down the best selling Android device of 2012 and continues to outsell the majority of devices despite being over 8 months old now. If your budget has forced you to pass on this device, as well as others, it may be time to reconsider as Amazon is now offering the Sprint model for a mere penny.