Last week, a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 caught fire while on board a Southwest flight and forced the crew and passengers to evacuate. Since then, other units around the globe have caught fire, including one in Minnesota where the owner was forced to go to the hospital.
Over the weekend, following scattered reports that replacement ... Read More »
Samsung rolled out its replacement program for the Galaxy Note 7 back in late September, letting owners exchange units with faulty batteries.
However, recent reports surfaced about a replacement Galaxy Note 7 caught fire while on a Southwest airplane earlier this week, and so fears that the issue may not been resolved have cropped ... Read More »
With T-Mobile’s LG V20 launch announcement earlier today, it’s not surprising that other carriers are now getting around to making their own V20 announcements.
AT&T says that the LG V20 will go up for pre-order on Friday, October 7, and it’ll be in stores on October 28.
LG V20 buyers that want to go with AT&T Next ... Read More »
Are you the owner of an AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 4 or Galaxy Note Edge? If so, you’re probably frustrated with not getting your Marshmallow update yet. Marshmallow launched a year ago, and Nougat launched a few weeks ago. ... Read More »
As expected, Samsung has announced a global recall of the device following reports of faulty batteries that could explode in some Galaxy Note 7 units.
Now U.S. carriers have begun to respond to Samsung’s recall and how it affects their subscribers. Many of the carriers are offering quick and easy returns for Galaxy Note 7 customers.
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AT&T has released a new software update for the LG V10, but don’t get too excited. You’re not getting a new version of Android. In fact, the update only contains WiFi Calling. It’s one of the few Android devices to feature WiFi Calling on AT&T, so that’s a bonus for ... Read More »
It’s been a year since AT&T made some changes to its Mobile Share plans, and so it’s about time that the big blue carrier introduced some alterations to its plan offerings. This time around there are more changes in store, including a lower price per megabyte.
AT&T is calling its new plans ... Read More »
Less than a week ago, Kyocera officially introduced their newest rugged Android-based smartphone, the DuraForce PRO, and now AT&T’s hot on their heels with its own launch announcement.
Kyocera didn’t confirm which carriers it would grace with its presence, but AT&T has cleared that up, saying today that they plan on carrying the DuraForce PRO at some ... Read More »
If you’re on an AT&T GoPhone plan with other people, you’ll soon get some major discounts for having multiple lines on a single account. Starting August 19, discounts will be applied per line for eligible plans.
The two eligible plans for these discounts are the $45 unlimited talk, text and data with first 3GB at ... Read More »
The Life’s Good crew has plans to launch a pair of Android-based devices this week for AT&T: one a smartphone and the other a tablet.
Starting with the phone, LG‘s K10 is a relatively cheap device, with AT&T charging $6.00 per month for 30 months under AT&T Next. As far as specs ... Read More »