Uh-oh. It looks like there are some carriers in the U.S. that have overstated their coverage maps. According to a new report by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), certain carriers have submitted coverage maps to them that were misrepresented.
Yesterday, it was revealed that Verizon had launched its 5G coverage in three new cities. Now for the first time ever, Big Red has published its coverage map for the 18 cities that have received 5G coverage.
Samsung has just gained new recognition for its Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+ devices. According to the Wi-Fi Alliance, the smartphone is the first to get certification for Wi-Fi 6, the latest standard in connected technology.
T-Mobile seems to be doing its best to entice customers to switch over to their network. For starters, the company has launched a free 30-day hotspot Test Drive offer exclusively for non-T-Mobile customers to experience their network. Another way the company is expanding eSIM support to its postpaid users.
AT&T and CBS are currently undergoing a dispute over TV channel broadcasting throughout the country. As the events unfold, each company have released their own side of the story on why the carrier is no longer offering any of the CBS-owned channels in its 17 markets.
There are reports that Verizon could be launching three new Unlimited plans real soon. If they don’t manage to launch these three plans, the reports suggest that Big Red could be rehashing its Unlimited plans.