If you thought the friendly, competitive spats between T-Mobile and AT&T were already ridiculous, wait until you get a load of this. T-Mobile CEO John Legere somehow found his way into AT&T’s CES party last night. Bold. Gutsy. Badassness. Any number of adjectives would accurately define this stunt. To hear it from his own mouth, […]
A couple of America’s biggest GSM carriers have announced some new 4G LTE launches today. I’m talking about T-Mobile and AT&T, the two parties who have been at war with each other ever since their failed attempt at merging. For the former — magenta — we’re 14 new launches around the country, while Ma Bell’s […]
AT&T has just announced that they will have exclusive rights in the United States to carry the ASUS Padfone X. This phone/tablet combo is quite unique. The phone itself is a 5-inch device, and it can be docked into the back of a 9-inch tablet dock that has its own display and battery. It’ll feature […]
LG has kept us in the dark about LG G Flex availability in the United States for quite some time, though rumors have suggested launches at Sprint and AT&T for quite some time. That guessing game is over as the South Korean company has officially confirmed that the G Flex will be headed to AT&T, […]
AT&T is offering up to $450 in incentives to customers switching from T-Mobile in an effort to sway users away from a service provider that has been causing headaches for others in the same business.
While we’re waiting for Samsung to officially announce details about the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro (potentially at CES), @evleaks tells us we can already look forward to at least one carrier shoving their 4G LTE radios inside. The Twitter-bound leakster has mentioned that the device would be headed to AT&T under the model number SM-P907A. We […]
Samsung is continuing their round of Android 4.3 upgrades for folks on various phones across various carriers. This time, Note 2 owners under AT&T’s label join the ranks, with that particular group now enjoying the big Android 4.3 upgrade that brings a lot of big changes. The most notable change will no doubt be the […]
&T and EE have announced the first international roaming deal that will allow the former’s customers to hop on the latter’s LTE network when traveling abroad. EE controls the biggest 4G LTE market in the UK, with more than 160 markets.
AT&T customers who often find themselves north of the border will be happy to know that you won’t be without LTE should you decide to travel up there from now on. AT&T has announced a deal with Rogers that will allow their customers to hop onto the Canadian carrier’s LTE networks in the event that […]
John Legere is at it again with his war on AT&T. After AT&T released several new plans and discounts for BYOD Legere lets them have it on Twitter. Joe has finished his Lumia 1520 review, and wow is it a big phone. The guys discuss phablets and the trend of giant phones. Android 4.4.1 is here […]
AT&T has announced some new contract-free options in their Mobile Share Value plans. Launching December 8th, those who get AT&T service by getting AT&T Next, bringing their own devices, buying their device off-contract, or those whose contracts expire and opt to jump to the new Mobile Share Value plans will be able to get service […]
AT&T was one of the first carriers to get Android 4.3 for the Samsung Galaxy S4, which meant it was also the first carrier to notice a big issue with the OTA upgrade. The carrier had to suspend rollouts until Samsung got the issue fixed, but they’re starting to roll it back out now that […]
The Android KitKat OTA for the AT&T variant of the Motorola Moto X, which I have now nicknamed the Nexus X, is now available.
It’s the middle of the night. Your smartphone notifies you of a new text message. Half awake, you check your phone thinking it might be an emergency, only to find out you’ve just won an iPad. Not Cool. It’s the end of an era. In a new anti-spam initiative, 3 of the top 4 major […]
We’ve got a couple of more OTA upgrades for a couple of more big devices today. AT&T’s Moto X is now getting its KitKat soak test, and both of Verizon’s Xyboard tablets are getting Android 4.1.2.