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Verizon puts 5 phone numbers on a single handset

Verizon puts 5 phone numbers on a single handset

Verizon revealed a program called My Numbers today. This program allows the user to add up to four numbers to a single device, allowing up to five in total. If the user chooses to add additional lines to their device, they'll get unlimited domestic calling and texting and will have to pay a fee per extra line. As noted by Keena Grigsby, director of product marketing for Verizon, My Numbers is a great solution for "customers with side hustles."

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Verizon, Disney launch Mickey Mouse edition GizmoWatch for kids

Verizon, Disney launch Mickey Mouse edition GizmoWatch for kids

Verizon and Disney have teamed to launch a special Mickey Mouse 90th Anniversary version of the GizmoWatch for kids. The carrier started offering this wearable back in September; the new version features iconic Mickey Mouse artwork to commemorate the character's latest anniversary. The kid-friendly wearable is available through Verizon starting today.

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AT&T Razer Phone 2 made a reality: Gaming Phone invasion begins

AT&T Razer Phone 2 made a reality: Gaming Phone invasion begins

Now that Razer proved it was capable of not only making a phone, but making a phone that's worth owning, AT&T said they want in. As such, the Razer Phone 2 will be made available at "select exclusive AT&T retail and mobile stores" soon. This will make it the first "gaming phone" to hit AT&T since the beginning of the smartphone. This is not, however, the first gaming phone in the United States.

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OnePlus 6T on Verizon has problems receiving SMS [UPDATE]

OnePlus 6T on Verizon has problems receiving SMS [UPDATE]

The OnePlus 6T has the distinction of being the first from the company to be made available from a US carrier. T-Mobile USA to be exact. That doesn't mean it's not available for other networks as long as you buy an unlocked version. In fact, the OnePlus 6T is also the first of its line to be certified for Verizon's network. Unfortunately that part isn't proceeding as flawlessly as some Verizon subscribers might have hoped, with numerous complaints about not receiving text messages and the hoops they have to go through to fix that.

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Palm Phone (2018) Review: A sign of future greatness

Palm Phone (2018) Review: A sign of future greatness

The resurrected Palm brand had an idea for a very tiny smartphone-like device that was more like a smartwatch than it was a mobile phone. They created a device just called Palm, and they've made this device exclusive to Verizon. Verizon will sell this device to users who already have a phone or are looking to buy a phone and will pair it with said phone. This is basically a smaller version of your primary smartphone.

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Verizon Prepaid plans upgraded: Auto Pay discount, extra lines, more

Verizon Prepaid plans upgraded: Auto Pay discount, extra lines, more

Verizon has updated its prepaid plans, throwing in a discount for Auto Pay customers, along with adding more data and lines. The new Verizon Prepaid range reflects just how competitive the segment has become in recent years, with what once was an afterthought compared to postpaid plans now being increasingly popular among multi-device users.

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Palm phone unboxing: Look at this tiny thing!

Palm phone unboxing: Look at this tiny thing!

There is a very, very tiny smartphone out in the wild right now and it goes by the name PALM. This device is unique in its aim to be a "Companion Phone", a phone that "goes places your smartphone can't." If you remember being told by your dad that you didn't need a smartphone because you already had a computer at home, this might be the PALM for you.

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Major Flickr update has absurd Free Tier

Major Flickr update has absurd Free Tier

This week the folks at SmugMug announced changes to their newly-acquired service Flickr. Flickr most recently found itself owned by Yahoo, who bought the service all the way back in 2005. The sale of Flickr out from Yahoo's ownership has a lot to do with the Verizon acquisition of Yahoo, which in turn put Yahoo's many brands under their umbrella brand Oath. Oath decided Flickr was better for SmugMug, and sold Flickr to SmugMug as such. Now SmugMug's updating Flickr.

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Why the OnePlus 6T works with T-Mobile, Verizon while Huawei ban remains

Why the OnePlus 6T works with T-Mobile, Verizon while Huawei ban remains

Today was a monumental day for OnePlus. With the OnePlus 6T, the company gets their first US mobile carrier release (with T-Mobile USA) at the same time as they have official Verizon certification. Today we're running down a few facts about the OnePlus 6T, including how it'll work with what carrier and why it's not banned like another China-based smartphone maker called Huawei.

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RED Hydrogen One release details for Verizon and AT&T confirmed

RED Hydrogen One release details for Verizon and AT&T confirmed

It's been a long time coming, but the RED Hydrogen One is nearly here. The phone makes some pretty big promises with its holographic 4-view display, and today we're learning which carriers are going to offer the phone on release day. Assuming its hefty price tag isn't enough to scare you off, you'll be able to pick up the Hydrogen One at Verizon and AT&T beginning later this week.

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Razer Phone 2 now works on Verizon

Razer Phone 2 now works on Verizon

That didn’t take long, thankfully. After no small amount of clamor from frustrated Verizon subscribers, both Razer and the carrier quickly got their act together. Fortunately, it didn’t take days for Razer to accomplish something it should have done before it launched the Razer Phone 2. But that should be water under the bridge now that its second-generation gaming smartphone is finally and officially certified and available for use on Verizon’s network.

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Palm’s tiny Android phone coming to Verizon next week

Palm’s tiny Android phone coming to Verizon next week

Palm’s comeback is almost a joke but it’s dead serious about it. While other smartphone makers are scrambling to reach bigger and bigger screen sizes, Palm rebelliously goes the other direction with a phone that’s no bigger, or even smaller, than your palm. And while it might be too easy to classify it as a smartphone accessory like a smartwatch, the new Palm is a bona fide Android phone that will let you leave your actual smartphone at home. That is until you actually need a screen you don’t have to squint at.

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