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2017 Cyber Monday and Cyber Week Prepaid and Unlocked Phone Deal Tracker

Cyber Week, which starts Nov 26, and Cyber Monday, Nov 27, are traditionally the biggest online shopping week and day of the year. That should

The Razer Phone is now available for purchase in the US

A few days ago Razer opened pre-registrations for its first smartphone so that customers could get notifications as soon as it would become available

2017 Online Black Friday Prepaid and Unlocked Phone Deal Tracker

Walmart, Black Friday! 4:30am  Image by Laurie    Some rights reserved You don’t have to deal with Black Friday scenes like the one above to get

Early Black Friday Sale – Get Best Buy’s Black Friday Prepaid and Unlocked Phone Deals Right Now

Best Buy is having an early Black Friday Sale that makes several of it’s Black Friday prepaid and unlocked phone deals available right now.

2017 Black Friday Prepaid and Unlocked Phone Deal Tracker

Black Friday  Image by Powhusku  Some rights reserved Welcome to the inaugural edition of the PrepaidPhoneNews Black Friday deal tracker. Black Friday, the day after

Sony posts infographic explaining when to expect the next major Android update for your Xperia phone

Sony Mobile is among the first smartphone brands to provide Android 8.0 Oreo to one of its products, the Xperia XZ Premium. However, if

Razer Phone vs Galaxy Note 8 vs LG V30: specs comparison

So, Razer has first dropped its first handset – the… well, the Razer Phone. A super-powered handset that’s supposed to please gamers, or users

Best Buy Offers Three Months of Free Service on Mint SIM With Any Unlocked Phone Purchase

T-Mobile MVNO Mint SIM, launched a new promotion with Best Buy today. Customers who buy any unlocked phone from Best Buy will receive a

ZTE Blade Force is the Cheapest Phone to Support HPUE Technology

Earlier today, ZTE unveiled the ZTE Blade Force as the latest Boost Mobile device. And just like many other ZTE devices, the Blade Force

Microsoft Executive Says Windows Phone “No Longer a Focus”

After years of trying to gain more apps on the Windows Phone ecosystem, Microsoft has finally decided to give up.  It’s no secret that