This morning Samsung announced the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will arrive in the United States on April 10th. Now T-Mobile and T&T have chimed in with pricing.
Following in the Galaxy Note 4’s footsteps from earlier today, Android 5.0 Lollipop is now beginning to roll out to the AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
For those who aren’t interested in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge, AT&T has new kit from last year. The Galaxy S5 mini will release March 20th.
When T-Mobile asked the FCC to set aside portions of spectrum for smaller or new entrants, AT&T responded by threatening the DOJ and FCC with lawsuits.
Wasting no time whatsoever, AT&T has become the first US carrier to announce plans to carry LG’s latest smartwatch. Ironic given the lack of SIM support.
From now until March 31st, AT&T is offering open enrollment outside of the regular eligibility window of 30 days.
Telecom providers want to impose a troll toll on content providers so that the telecom providers can make more money and get more power over content.
It wasn’t even three years ago that Verizon told the FCC that they were running out of spectrum. Verizon was telling the FCC this because they were pushing the FCC to approve a spectrum and marketing deal with the cable industry.
AT&T has just announced a new 7GB data tier to their Mobile Share Value lineup. For a limited time beginning February 15th, users can have 7GB of sharable data per month with unlimited talk and text for $75.
According to RootMetrics, Sprint is not the worst wireless network in the United States. That title now belongs to T-Mobile.