Some iPhone 7 owners are experiencing an issue with cellular connectivity, with their devices showing a "No Service" message despite coverage being available. The "No Service" problem affects a small percentage of iPhone 7 units manufactured between September 2016 and February 2018. A failed component on the main logic board is causing the problem. So how can iPhone 7 owners fix the "No Service" issue?
It's an awful feeling when you get a message from your wireless carrier indicating you've gone over your data plan. Overage charges these days are outrageous and the process of calling customer support to see if they will give you a break is rarely worth the effort.
The iPhone has some impressive features that run in the background which can do things like sync information between devices, automatically update applications and so on. However, if you aren't careful those background activities can really take a bite out of your cellular data. Here are a few things you can do to ensure you never get one of those messages again.
AT&T has launched Data Perks to the Apple App Store. The new app allows iPhone users to earn free mobile data in exchange for filling out surveys and buying popular products.
Wireless carrier Sprint Corporation launched the new Best Buy One Plan nationwide on March 1. The program is described as an "industry-first, all inclusive plan" that offers unlimited voice calling, messaging, data, and a "whole new way to get a wireless phone". Not surprisingly, Sprint's Best Buy One is exclusively available at Best Buy retail outlets.
Customers can get the unlimited data plan along with top smartphones for no money down and no sales tax at the time of purchase. The program works by leasing the hardware for a fixed monthly price, which is rolled into the total plan cost. This means with a two-year contract Sprint subscribers can lease the 16GB iPhone 6 along with unlimited data, voice calling and messaging for a total of $65 per month plus taxes and fees.