Controversy’s favourite child Rakhi Sawant revealed something which is really bizarre. During an interview, Rakhi said that she used condoms to play Holi. It sounds really weird. So, let’s take a look at her strange ways of playing the festival of colours. Bollywood actress and famous controversy queen Rakhi Sawant ... Read More »
New Delhi: Former Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit raised several eyebrows after her interview with TOI, where while speaking about Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi she said, “Rahul is still not mature, please give him time”. Shiela, was earlier the Congress’ face in UP, but she stepped back after the alliance formation between Congress and […] Read More »
Verizon is firing back at T-Mobile's aggressive marketing campaigns, pointing to fresh data showing the telecommunications giant offers the most reliable U.S. wireless service.
RootMetrics' latest reading on U.S. wireless performance, released late Wednesday, has Verizon tops in national reliability, network speed, and data, call and text performance. AT&T came in second, followed by Sprint and T-Mobile.
T-Mobile US CEO John Legere is known for taking to Twitter to lambaste Verizon and the company's other rivals. His outspoken persona is a cornerstone of a marketing strategy that helped the Bellevue-based company leapfrog Sprint to become the No. 3 U.S. wireless carrier by subscribers.
"Just because you said in an ad or tweet it, it doesn't necessarily mean it's true," Nicki Palmer, Verizon's chief technology officer, said in an interview. "We have extended our lead," she added, pointing to the RootMetrics data.
"We invest more in our networks than any other carrier; we have for a long time," Palmer said. "That's foundational."
More than 90 percent of U.S. households already pay for wireless service, making the country an expensive battleground in which carriers use investments in technology and branding to try to get customers to defect.
T-Mobile, majority owned by Germany's Deutsche Telekom, has played an insurgent role in the U.S., taking steps like eliminating charges for exceeding data-usage caps and including taxes in its basic billing rates. Some of those moves were subsequently copied by rivals.
Verizon and AT&T, meanwhile, have at times tried to tout their other offerings that wireless-only T-Mobile and Sprint can't match, from home internet bundles to video or internet content.
Verizon has also emphasized the quality of its network, pointing to studies like the RootMetrics report released Wednesday. The company's public-relations group, in an email Wednesday, highlighted passages of the report that were critical of T-Mobile's service quality.
The nationwide RootMetrics survey, based on... Read More »
New Delhi: The rivalry of Krushna Abhishek and Kapil Sharma is known chapter for everyone. Well, looks like that this rivalry is going to come to an end very soon. Recently, in an interview to PTI, Krushna Abhishek said he will definitely collaborate with Kapil Sharma even though they are perceived as competitors. He said […] Read More »
New Delhi: Devendra Fadnavis, the current Chief Minister of Maharashtra and a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the RSS, on Monday, said “My government will complete its five years”. Fadnavis represents the Nagpur South West constituency in the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly. Here are important things he said in an exclusive interview to ABP News […] Read More »
New Delhi: Pakistani film industry might not be thriving at the global stage yet, but that doesn’t take away their ability to perform a drama so real that everyone believes it to be real. It’s been over two weeks since news of Jamat Ud Dawah chief Hafiz Saeed’s house arrest first came in and has […] Read More »
Udaipur : In a first-of-its-kind initiative, women police constables will fight eve-teasers in the city. The police department has constituted special teams comprising lady constables to crack down on eve-teasers in view of the rising crimes against women and girls. The fair force which is already on the job at several ... Read More »