There are quite a few people who are planning to pass on the Samsung Galaxy S7 in favor of the LG G5. If that’s you and you don’t mind being on AT&T’s network, you could get yourself two LG G5′s for the price of one. AT&T’s LG G5 BOGO offer gives ... Read More »
After the launch of the LG G5 at MWC 2016, consumers and tech bloggers alike have been awaiting word from LG as to the official pricing of the device. With the G5 being the first mainstream device to feature a modular design, many customers have been curious as to whether or ... Read More »
Google recently announced plans to consider rolling out Google Fiber in Louisville, Kentucky. The rollout would have been held up for a few months, had the Louisville Metro Council not passed an ordinance that shortened the time needed for a competitive internet service to access the city’s utility poles. The new ordinance shortened ... Read More »
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Switching carriers isn’t an easy decision for everyone, especially with family lines involved, but AT&T is hoping its latest switcher offer will help alleviate the pain just a bit.
If you’re the owner of an AT&T LG G4, you’re in luck. Hot on the heels of T-Mobile rolling the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to its G4, AT&T is now doing the same. The changelog simply states that the upgrade will bring you ... Read More »
Deals, promotions and limited-time offers are pretty common, even from wireless carriers, but Verizon doesn’t have any plans to match all of them whenever a new one crops up, even when an offer like unlimited data from its biggest rival pops up on the scene.
In an interview with CNET, Verizon Wireless CFO Fran Shammo confirmed that ... Read More »
The big four US carriers hog most of the attention, but it’s important to remember that there are plenty of smaller carriers and prepaid options as well. AT&T GoPhone is one of the more notable prepaid options from (you guessed it) AT&T, offering customers an affordable prepaid option.
This past Friday, GoPhone bumped ... Read More »
AT&T hasn’t offered an unlimited data plan to new customers for years now, but starting tomorrow, it’ll begin doing just that.
Two-year contracts are will soon be shunned by another US carrier. On January 8, 2016, AT&T will stop offering contracts with its smartphones, the operator confirmed to PhoneScoop. That means that the only ways to get a new phone from AT&T will be to pay full price or ... Read More »
Best Buy offering free 32-inch TV with purchase of select Samsung phones on AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon
Hot on the heels of Sprint’s free TV offer, Best Buy has decided to also offer a free Samsung 32-inch TV with the purchase of a qualifying device. But instead of being Sprint exclusive, this offer applies to AT&T and Verizon as ... Read More »