Mar 21st - AT&T has been running a sweet promotion to get you and whoever you’re sharing a line with upgraded to new smartphones. You can buy one LG G5 and get a second one for free.
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Mar 11th - We usually don’t trust the word of reps when it comes to delivering accurate information, but enough people have contacted AT&T’s staff to make us confident in the consistent answers they’re giving. AT&T is currently communicating that the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and the Samsung Galaxy S6 are getting Marshmallow in these next few days.
Mar 8th - A buy-one-get-one free promo for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge was recently leaked for T-Mobile, and now AT&T is beating them to punch with a deal of their very own.
Mar 2nd - AT&T is opening up enrollment for insurance, folks. If you don’t know, companies often require you add insurance to your plan within a certain amount of time. For AT&T, that’s 30 days. But they’re now letting anyone add insurance to their current devices even if they’re well outside that period.
Mar 1st - Yesterday, we saw a few early pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy S7 on T-Mobile arrive on customers’ doorsteps, well over a week before its official March 11th launch date. While we’re still awaiting ours, lucky AT&T and Sprint customers are now receiving similar “out for delivery” notices from their respective carriers.
Feb 18th - The Samsung Gear S2 Classic has been available for purchase since back in October at $350 and back during CES, Samsung showed off off 2 new Gear S2 Classic colors: platinum and rose gold. Today an entirely new version of the classy watch has been announced and it packs 3G radios (HSPA+).
Feb 15th - If you’re looking for a new carrier AT&T is making it pretty hard not to take them up on their various offers. The company has already dished out a buy-one, get-one free promotion for some of their top smartphones, and now they’re giving another $650 in credit for those who are switching from a carrier like Verizon or Sprint.
Feb 11th - AT&T’s latest deal for Samsung phones is pretty cool. If you buy a Samsung Galaxy flagship — such as the Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge Plus or Note 5 — you can get yourself an additional Samsung Galaxy S6 for free.
Feb 9th - First it was Sprint, then it was T-Mobile. Now AT&T is taking the spot as the third major US carrier to push Android 6.0 Marshmallow for the LG G4. The rollout is happening over-the-air for those on WiFi.
Feb 3rd - Samsung seems to love them some beta tests. After completing a round of Android 6.0 Marshmallow betas in South Korea and the UK for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S66 Edge, the company is now heading State-side and doing the same for those with AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
Jan 22nd - Much will be made about smartphone encryption this year, with two major states in the US looking to ban the practice outright. Should companies be able to encrypt smartphones in a way that can’t be decrypted? Well, AT&T doesn’t think so.
Jan 20th - AT&T has announced a couple of great deals for business and consumer customers. Starting today, business customers can get two smartphones for the price of one. Popular phones like the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy Note 5 are included.
Jan 11th - The new unlimited plan is offered as a bundle with U-Verse TV and the newly acquired DirecTV services. If you subscribe to either of those TV services, you can get the plan for $100 for a single phone.
FCC requests meetings with T-Mobile, AT&T and Comcast to ensure free data plans don’t violate Net Neutrality laws
Dec 17th - If the current trend of US telecoms offering up “sponsored data” on their network in exchange for free access to content sounds like a sort of Net Neutrality grey area, that’s probably because it is. In fact, the FCC is now requesting meetings with T-Mobile, AT&T and Comcast in hopes of making sense out of these “zero-rated” data services.
Dec 4th - T-Mobile’s latest incentive to get folks to switch to their network is aimed squarely at AT&T. Their latest promotion promises to net you up to 50% off qualifying accessories.