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Tello Offers “No Fees, Whatsoever” to Customers

Tello, a new MVNO running under Sprint’s network, has just been introduced in the United States. The MVNO intends to rewrite the mobile phone industry with its “No Fees, Whatsoever” offering, which is what makes it stand out against its competition. Other than that, the MVNO gives its consumers an option to customize their own plan, choose a predefined…

Apple Pay launching with two banks in Canada today, three more confirmed

Apple Pay has been unofficially supported in Canada for quite some time now through American Express. However, two of Canada’s ‘big five banks’ have signed up for the service today, and three more are planning to in the future (via Financial Post). Starting Tuesday, Interact debit and major credit cards issued by Royal Bank of Canada and Canadian Imperial…

Foxconn to open up manufacturing plant in India

Long time Apple supplier Foxconn is planning to open up a manufacturing plant in India (via The Economic Times of India). Specifically, the supplier is planning to manufacturer iPhones in the new plant which will more than likely be located in Maharashtra. Foxconn plans to take over 1,200 acres of land and is said to cost $10 billion. When the deal…

An Apple-created HomeKit application to possibly coming in iOS 10

While the idea of HomeKit is great, it integrates with Siri and can be used with a ton of connected devices, a lot is left to be desired. One of those things is a HomeKit application. According to an Amazon reviewer, who claims to be work with the marketing department at Apple (verified via LinkedIn profile), Apple is preparing a first-party HomeKit…

Apple Music Connect will be demoted in iOS 10

Apple Music Connect has been dubbed “Ping 2.0” by the Apple community. The feature acted like a social network for Apple Music and let fans and artists connect and interact with one another. However, according to a report form 9to5Mac, Apple is looking to demote Connect in iOS 10, alongside the larger Apple Music overhaul. In the upcoming redesign,…

Apple Music student subscription now available at $4.99/month

Today Apple is announcing a new Apple Music subscription plan tailored at students. The new plan is identical to the $9.99 plan, except it’s only $4.99 and is only available to students. The student plan will be rolling out in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, Australia, and a few others (via TechCrunch). Pricing varies by country, but is…