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FTC finally wakes up to AT&T throttling unlimited data speeds

The FTC filed a complaint against AT&T for throttling customers speeds.
by William Neilson JrOctober 28, 201427

AT&T continues to push for internet ‘fast lanes’

AT&T has told the FCC that if they want to prioritize speeds on one website over another, they should have the power to do so.
by William Neilson JrOctober 28, 20148

LG G Watch R heading to AT&T ‘soon’

AT&T has announced plans to carry the LG G Watch R 'eventually', though no specifics on release date or pricing just yet.
by Andrew GrushOctober 27, 2014

T-Mobile claims that AT&T’s network in South Dakota is worse than roaming in South Africa

T-Mobile's current data roaming rate with AT&T is 150 percent higher than the average domestic roaming rate.
by William Neilson JrOctober 21, 201420

Galaxy Note 4 now available on US carriers

Here’s what you need to know about the Galaxy Note 4’s US availability and price on AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile and US Cellular.
by Bogdan PetrovanOctober 17, 201430

Verizon makes changes to upgrade program, mirrors AT&T’s new upgrade program

Verizon is changing their Edge device financing offer.
by William Neilson JrOctober 16, 20147

Reference to the Nexus 6 pops up early on AT&T: price to be $49 on contract!

Ahead of official release, AT&T has let loose a little tease for the new Motorola Nexus 6. The full sales page isn't up yet, but we can be sure that is coming soon.
by Jonathan FeistOctober 15, 201430

AT&T to pay $105 million fine for cramming charges by FTC, FCC

AT&T will pay $80 million to the FTC, $20 million to all fifty states, and $5 million to the FCC.
by William Neilson JrOctober 8, 20142

AT&T employee accessed customer information without authorization

An AT&T employee obtained customer account information including social security numbers.
by William Neilson JrOctober 7, 20147

Carrier admits to data-roaming issue but will only fix billing errors on a “one-time basis”

A woman has been charged with international roaming charges even though she never left her house.
by William Neilson JrOctober 7, 20144
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