For years now, Verizon has largely stayed out of any meaningful price-battle.
AT&T is rolling out a new plan this month that will give customers 30 months to pay off their smartphones.
Verizon penned another blog post claiming that the FCC was trying to “push for heavier regulation of the Internet.”
AT&T & Verizon have agreed that they will soon offer VoLTE interoperability.
Selfie fans rejoice! This Friday AT&T will release a pair of new kit from HTC: the Desire Eye with its 13MP front camera, and the periscope-esque RE camera.
Round is sound: AT&T has announced the Moto 360 and LG G Watch R will be sold in stores November 7th. New Moto X customers will get an even sweeter deal — $50 off the Moto 360 when bought together.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note Edge drops in less than two weeks, but the sky-high price might put some off: AT&T will charge $945.99 off-contract, $399.99 on. Ouch.
AT&T wants customers to contribute towards their data allotment so they can collect as much as $15 per gigabyte overages.
AT&T first announced plans to raise up its data allotments on select plans earlier today, and it didn’t take Verizon long to offer up a similar promotion.
Amazon and Best Buy have the new Motorola Moto X (2014) on sale right now for as low as $0 with a two-year contract through AT&T or Verizon. $0 leather, $20 bamboo and $1 black resin.