AT&T’s Nexus 6 has been significantly modified by the carrier to its taste. And of course, AT&T’s taste isn’t very good. There’s a SIM lock, AT&T ringtones and disabled tethering until you pay extra for the feature. Many folks are mad, as Nexus ... Read More »
AT&T’s variant of the Nexus 6 has a bit more disappointing news coming towards it today. After yesterday’s news that the device has AT&T’s logo on its back and lock screen, today has brought forth some more revelations about the carrier customization on the device. For starters, its SIM card is locked ... Read More »
The Samsung Galaxy S5 for Sprint has just received the green light to get its Android 4.4.4 KitKat update, but it looks like that’s not the only Samsung-branded smartphone getting new software.
As it turns out, the AT&T-branded Galaxy Note 3 is now also receiving its official update to Android 4.4.4. This means that ... Read More »
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AT&T today tweaked its two most expensive GoPhone prepaid smartphone plans, and the good news is that the changes are mostly good.
It’s officially the giving season, and AT&T is celebrating by giving you some extra data for no additional cost.
If you’re a Samsung Galaxy S 4 user on AT&T, then you’re in luck. The device is getting a small update from Android 4.4.2 to Android 4.4.4, which is the latest Android version out there aside from the just released Lollipop. With this update come ... Read More »
If you’ve been waiting for another opportunity to buy a Nexus 6, your time has come.
AT&T is now taking pre-orders for Google and Motorola’s Nexus 6. The big blue carrier is offering the 32GB Midnight Blue model, and orders of it are expected to ship “by 11/18/14.”
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Was your clicker finger not fast enough to snag you a Nexus 6 when it was available from Google Play and Motorola? We can’t blame you, because those units sold out in a matter of minutes. Thankfully, we’ll get ... Read More »
AT&T will acquire Mexican carrier Iusacell for $2.5 billion. The deal will see AT&T getting all of Iusacell’s licenses, network ... Read More »
By all accounts the Next, JUMP and Edge plan options that provide customers with the opportunity to pay for their devices in monthly installments, with the option to trade in and upgrade after a certain duration, have been quite popular.