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We’d heard T-Mobile’s Nexus 9 with LTE had suffered a delay, but without an official release date to start with we weren’t sure how long that delay was. Thankfully it didn’t seem to be long as T-Mobile today announced availability of their Nexus 9 with the sweet 4G LTE radios many have been waiting for.
Samsung’s stock of the Samsung Gear VR is already depleted over at Samsung.com, but not all hope is lost — you can still grab one from AT&T right now!
LG and AT&T are still going strong with their holiday promotions. Now, you can get an LG G Pad 7.0 LTE for 99 cents, and 50% off an LG G Watch and/or LG Tone with the purchase of any LG smartphone on AT&T.
Samsung has always listed December 2014 as the landing date for their virtual reality wearable Samsung Gear VR, and unless my calendar is bugged that window has arrived. While Samsung has yet to formally announce a solid date, AT&T seems to be preparing for it as the company has listed the device on their web store.
Sprint’s making it pretty hard to consider scratching them off your list of carriers to consider switching to this holiday season. A new promotion will have them “cutting your phone bill in half” for switching from either AT&T or Verizon.
Earlier we showed you how to remove AT&T’s influence from the Nexus 6. Now, a software bug unique to the AT&T model could prevent the phone from booting up properly.
So you’ve gotten your AT&T Nexus 6 and the carrier’s extra bit of customization doesn’t sit well with you. This handle list should help you do away with any bit of carrier influence.
The Nexus 6 is designed to allow carriers to install their apps at setup, but there’s some good news: you don’t have to deal with that! Find out how you can bypass the installation step when you first get your Nexus 6.
Just in time for the holidays, AT&T’s $100 10GB Mobile Share Value plan is about to get a 5GB bump — but only for a limited.
Some new Nexus 6 availability information for folks in the United States has turned up as of today. Both Sprint and AT&T will be taking orders as soon as this week, with the latter actually letting you walk away with the device before the weekend.
AT&T is branching out. They’ve just agreed to purchase Iusacell, one of Mexico’s biggest telecoms for $2.5 billion. Say bye-bye to service fees when calling, or roaming between the US and Mexico.
Remember that announcement blowout AT&T had earlier in the week? Well, all those devices are now on sale starting today. There are a lot of new goods to buy so let’s hop right into the list of what’s available on this fine Friday
You can now buy an unlocked Sony Xperia Z3 direct from Sony for $680. The unlocked model supports both AT&T and T-Mobile 4G/LTE bands and comes without carrier bloatware.
The LG G Watch R has made its US debut, but is only available online from AT&T. Just wait until Friday, and you can pick this up in AT&T retail stores (maybe even get to try it on).
AT&T has introduced a new option for their Next program that allows folks to buy smartphones for $0 down on monthly payment plans. It’s AT&T Next 24, and as its name suggests it’ll give you the option to go the AT&T Next route to receive an upgrade every two years.