NEW YORK (Reuters) - Verizon Wireless will let customers upgrade cellphones more frequently if they pay for their devices in installments, but analysts expect few takers unless the leading wireless provider lowers monthly service fees as well. Full story
The Associated Press released documents calculating how much the government pays companies like Verizon and Google to access their data.
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Residents in Los Angeles react to the news that the National Security Agency has requested all phone records of Verizon customers.
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A Verizon wireless store is shown in Del Mar, California in this June 6, 2013 file photo. Verizon Communications Inc's quarterly earnings and revenue rose on strong wireless subsciber growth at its Verizon Wireless venture with Vodofone Group Plc. REUTERS/Mike Blake/Files (UNITED STATES - Tag
A Verizon wireless store is shown in Del Mar, California June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Mike Blake
A photo illustration shows the Verizon wireless carrier icon on a mobile phone screen in Encinitas, California June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Mike Blake