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RootMetrics RootScore Report for Louisville – Verizon is overall winner

Published on November 7, 2011 By Matt Coddington

Tweet Verizon came out on top in this report released today for the Louisville area.  Not surprised at all!  Also not the least bit surprised Sprint came in dead last…! RootMetrics™ RootScore™ Report:  Louisville – November 2011 Which carrier led in Louisville? See what our independent testing revealed RootMetrics is transforming the evaluation of mobile products […]

Hardware we’ll be demoing at the MyMobileVille meetup

Published on June 28, 2011 By Matt Coddington

Tweet Along with the discussions we’ll be having around Cloud Photo Storage, Shopping Lists and Cloud Music, we will also be demoing several pieces of hardware! Sprint HTC EVO 3D (Android Phone) Verizon HTC Trophy (Windows Phone) AT&T HTC Freestyle (Android Phone) And who knows what someone else might bring! See you at the meetup! […]

Uh Oh – Verizon may follow AT&T’s tiered data pricing model

Published on June 18, 2010 By Matt Coddington

Tweet Found this over at eWeek.   While I can understand that carriers are in a panic about escalating data use, this movement away from unlimited data, started by AT&T, seems headed in the wrong direction. Comments by Verizon’s CFO suggest the company is considering following rival AT&T into a tiered pricing structure for its mobile […]

AT&T adds a Tethering option to new data plans

Published on June 2, 2010 By Matt Coddington

Tweet AT&T has introduced some new data plans, and they’ve added a Tethering option aimed at smartphone users. DataPlus – 200 MB of data for $15 per month Designed for people who primarily surf the Web, send email, and use social networking apps. On average, 65% of AT&T smartphone customers use less than 200 MB per […]