AT&T was in Barcelona for Mobile World Congress this year, and for good reason. The company took some time out to announce free international messaging to both landlines and mobile phones, giving those with family abroad another affordable, viable means of communication.
While not as quick as say, the Moto X, the road to KitKat for the HTC One has been a relatively speedy one. Right towards the tail end of January, Sprint became the first carrier in the US to update the HTC One to Android 4.4.2 KitKat. Soon after, the Verizon Wireless version of the […]
We had a feeling that, similar to last year’s flagship, the upcoming HTC M8 (One 2, One Plus) would 1. see a release on all major US carriers, and 2. launch with in a “Mini” variant. Those predictions have been confirmed today from a variety of sources, the first coming from our friend at @evleaks, […]
Wondering when AT&T’s LG G Flex will be available to purchase? Wonder no more: it’s available to purchase right now over at AT&T’s website, and you won’t have to wait long to receive what you’ve paid for as AT&T is listing this thing as shipping February 5th.
AT&T has introduced a new family plan option for both new and existing customers, as well as customers willing to port their lines over from Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon. The plans are very simple: users get unlimited talk and text, and the entire family shares a pool of 10GB of data.
T-Mobile’s been putting the pressure on their competitors lately, and the results are starting to pay off for consumers. AT&T is the latest to come through with another decent offer that should help keep people tied to their network. Simply put, they’re offering you a $100 bill credit for every qualifying line you activate. Here’s […]
When it comes to T-Mobile CEO John Legere, you gotta admit… the guy keeps it interesting. In the carrier’s latest bout against AT&T, T-Mobile issues a satirical press release written with “tongue firmly planted in the cheek.” The completely off the wall press release features fictional quotes by AT&T CEO Ralph de la Vega — […]
What’s 6-inches, curved, and available for pre-order starting today from AT&T? The LG G Flex, duh. The novel smartphone designed with a flexible OLED panel can be reserved for $299 on a new, two-year contract.
AT&T has announced another quick rollout of 4G LTE to new markets. We’ve got over a dozen new markets being lit up with service, so don’t take too much time perusing this list to see if your city made the cut.
In effort to help keep existing customers happy, AT&T is announcing today that their Next program is now officially available to customers already locked down on a 2-year agreement.
AT&T has just announced presale details for their version of the LG G Flex. For starters, we now know that the device will be offered starting January 24th, though its actual release date still has yet to be revealed. What’s more is that AT&T has given us details on pricing.
If you haven’t moved from the two-year contract model to AT&T’s new Next installment plan, there are some serious savings to be had if you are in the market for a new Android smartphone. Both the LG G2 and Motorola Moto X are now available for free.
Heads up, HTC One X+ owners on AT&T: the American carrier has approved the upgrade to Android 4.2.2 (and HTC Sense 5) as of yesterday. That news was made clear by HTC’s executive director of product manager Mo Versi.
AT&T has announced a new service that they’re hoping their customers will enjoy. Starting January 21st (the graphic below seems to be outdated), AT&T will be the exclusive carrier to offer Beats Music, which they say is the first and only music listening service made by music artists and professionals (likely referring to the cast […]
Need to write a tough break-up letter to your ex-carrier? Finding it hard to find the right words to use? Maybe T-Mobile’s break-up letter generator will help you do the trick. The company revealed it as part of their marketing strategy to promote a new incentive that will have them pay for your ETF fees […]