AT&T currently has quite an impressive Android smartphone spread. While they may have invented monthly payment plans, AT&T is making its Next plans more attractive by throwing in a $50 Visa card when you buy any Android phone with a Next payment plan.
As always, there is quite a bit of fine print to ... Read More »
The previously announced AT&T NumberSync will allow you to use multiple devices with one phone number. This means multiple phones or even wearables can be used as your phone, with your original phone number.
AT&T has now announced the ... Read More »
AT&T has just dropped a ton of release info for new Android devices coming to the US carrier this month, just in time for the holiday season.
Here are the latest devices coming to AT&T, when they’ll launch and how much they’ll cost:
HTC One A9 – Available today with monthly payment ranging ... Read More »
AT&T recently petitioned the FCC to approve a WiFi calling service with the carrier, a service both T-Mobile and Sprint both offer, and the FCC was quick to approve it. It seems Verizon is hoping for the same outcome, as it has petitioned the FCC ... Read More »
In an age where all of the carriers are getting more competitive, some of them are resorting to pretty creative measures. AT&T launched Data Perks this morning, which is its new service that allows customers to complete partner offers, such as surveys, and rewards them by adding data to their AT&T plan. Partner offers ... Read More »
LG fans will soon be able to get their greasy finger smudges all over the new LG V10 and LG G Vista 2. AT&T will start selling the LG V10 starting tomorrow (October 27) for $700 without a contract or $250 with a two-year service agreement. T-Mobile will be selling the Read More »
AT&T has announced its plans for NumberSync, a service that will allow you to use multiple devices with one phone number. This doesn’t only apply to smartphones, either: AT&T says that everything from tablets to wearables can be used with your phone number.
The service will depend on your devices being connected to AT&T, so ... Read More »
WiFi calling on AT&T is finally here. AT&T has officially turned the service on just three days after the FCC gave its consent on October 6. AT&T’s WiFi calling should be pretty similar to T-Mobile and Sprint’s WiFi calling services, allowing users to make and receive phone calls over WiFi networks even if AT&T’s network ... Read More »
Yesterday brought us the announcement of the LG V10, a new device that features a secondary display above the main display. LG initially said that the device would be coming to Korea, but this morning, the company has revealed that ... Read More »
The task of managing grandfathered unlimited data plans has been a bit tricky for some carriers. Most have implemented a throttling system that prevents customers from taking up too much of the network with their data usage. With AT&T, unlimited data users in congested areas used to be able to use up to 5GB of ... Read More »