I was thinking of selling both and getting a 10 inch powerhouse for basically anything I would need. My only regret is androids utter lack of decent mmorpg games. Aside from that I don't see a reason to own a laptop.
I have a limited data plan now, Old phone was Nexus 1 and no problem
With data usage . Got a Nexus 4 and use about twice as much data. I see Google maps is using most of the data. I am going to update my data plan in few months to correct it.
T-Mobile said it was because it is a faster phone will all the latest updates
What do you guys think, the note 2 is big enough to serve as a mini tablet. Those of you who have the nexus 7 and plan on getting the note 2, will you get rid of your nexus 7? If you plan on keeping the nexus 7, where will it fit between your computer and your note as far as daily usage?
Since announcing plans to offer consumers up to 200MB of free data if they buy a tablet device as part of their “Uncarrier” campaign, the company has had to address a few problems with the strategy. The latest is an admission that new customers will actually have to sign-up for at least a $20 per month plan if they want to buy their new tablet device with no money down.
I'm new to the forum, and I've tried to get this working on my own, but I'm stumped and am hoping someone out there can help me out.
I just bought a shiny new Nexus 7 tablet and would like to tether it to my Galaxy S III phone. I'm currently on a pay as you go plan on my phone where I have an "internet browsing" plan (via SpeakOut).
I am planning on getting a Nexus device (or maybe even the Padfone2) when it comes out. I got the Bolt when they still had the unlimited data plan on Verizon. I know that we now need to pay the full price of the device in order to keep the unlimited plan.
Verizon has announced today their new prepaid plan called the Daily Plan. If you have a tablet or even a camera like the Samsung Galaxy Camera, the Daily Plan will allow you to get 300MB for the day for just $5. Verizon says that “the Daily Plan lasts 24 hours or until the most recent 300 MB is exhausted, whichever comes first.