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Best 4G LTE-capable Android tablets available today stateside

If you’ve been following our website lately, chances are you’ve already purchased a tab… or ten. You’re only human after all, and probably couldn’t resist the temptation of a stellar bargain, the best 7 inch+ gamers around, the endurance champions or ultra-high-res media streamers. But there’s one market segment we haven’t tackled in a while.

5 Best Cheap Verizon Phones Sold By Amazon Prime Exclusives In 2019

If you’re looking for an unlocked phone so that you can use whatever provider you’re loyal to, today we’re sharing our five favorite options for Verizon users. And because these are Amazon Prime member exclusive, each one will come with the Amazon apps pre-installed, including Alexa-integration, which you don’t want to miss. Here’s our top

Moto X4 Vs Moto G5 Plus Best Cheap Verizon Phone In 2019

If you’re looking for the best cheap Verizon phone in 2018, you might want to check out the Moto X4 or the Moto G5 Plus. There’s not much need to get your hands on the latest and greatest — sure, the Galaxy S9 might look beautiful, but it virtually does the same thing as a

How to fix Galaxy S8 calling issue: not receiving some calls

Many Galaxy S8 users ask us for solutions to some calling issues so in this troubleshooting episode, we show you how to fix a particular case. Aside from calling issues, we also include other common and related #GalaxyS8 problems. We hope you’ll find this post helpful. If you are looking for solutions to your own

5 best Verizon prepaid phones available today in 2019

Getting prepaid phones makes a lot of sense. Given the kind of smartphones there are on Verizon’s prepaid network, one doesn’t have to worry about finding the best device for themselves. This wasn’t the case a few years ago when only mid-ranged and budget handsets used to be sold on prepaid, but things are clearly

How to block a number on Verizon

The stock Android firmware has a block option included in its Phone application but carriers or service providers always have an option to remove such feature and replace it with theirs and if this happens, it means that a supposedly free feature would now be paid or at least, included in a plan. Blocking unwanted