In Corona’s case, believability is further enhanced by the foaminess of the beverage and how the clear glass bottles showcase the beer’s yellow color.All beer may be yellow, but only Corona visually reminds buyers of this fact even as it passively sits in the bottle.The problem isn’t the individual phones, it’s the one feature they all share: LTE. We don’t know because Verizon hasn’t given anyone an answer.
Its flagship brew, Corona, became a national brand, and the brewery went on to acquire regional beers like Pacifico, Victoria and Leon. By 1986 Corona ranked second in the United States in imported beers (Heineken led the way). That year, the company first learned of “urine in the beer” slur being attributed to its flagship product when two Nevada grocers pulled the beer from their shelves. Sales were dropping precipitously, so the maligned brewer set about to find the source of the slander and put an end to the rumor.the phone for its 4G capabilities to do this is insulting and a cop-out of the highest order.Verizon reps are also telling customers to switch the phone in and out of Airplane mode (this sometimes remedies the problem for me), or simply to yank the battery and power the phone back up.Typically, it happens when the phone tries to get back on the CDMA 3G network from anywhere else (though I have observed my BIONIC having a hard time getting a 4G connection, too).
The connection dropping happened to me multiple times every single day for two weeks when I was reviewing the Samsung DROID Charge, and happens at least once a day (sometimes multiple times a day) on my DROID BIONIC.
Great solutions, guys - maybe you should write a white paper.