Despite the much awaited launch of the Sony Xperia Z happening soon and rumors about Samsung’s Galaxy S4 increasing in intensity, another upcoming top-tier Android phone seems to be the star of the most headlines these days.
After a failed merger attempt with T-mobile last year, AT&T have announced that they are planning to purchase rural network provider Alltel for $780 million.
A few recent developments have woken us from our 2-year-plan slumber. We’ve been exposed to a very inexpensive unlocked phone in the Nexus 4, and T-Mobile has decided to stop subsidizing phones. If we can get a great unlocked phone for a reasonable price, or a cheaper rate plan with an unsubsidized phone, why shouldn’t we? Are we able to end our dependence on carriers? It’s possible, and maybe even better, to break away from the normal routine.
Sick of waiting to get your hands on the LG Nexus 4 and looking for an alternative? If you don’t mind signing a contract, Amazon Wireless is now carrying the AT&T version of the Optimus G for just $49.
It seems that AT&T is no longer content with sticking to only the U.S. market. According to a new report from the Wall Street Journal, AT&T may be looking to expand outside of the United States and into Europe.
Up until now, Google Play was bundling their unlocked Nexus 7 HSPA+ model with an AT&T SIM card, requiring T-Mobile users to buy their SIM card separately. Starting today, Google Play will now offer a T-Mobile SIM card bundle as well.
AT&T is updating their Galaxy S III to Jelly Bean via OTA update today. It was available before as a download through their Kies software, but now it will be over-the-air for everyone.
As you may already know, although the Nexus 7 3G on Google Play comes unlocked, the package includes a SIM card from AT&T. It looks like AT&T is trying to convince more folks to become a postpaid subscriber.
If you thought understanding how things work in the grand scheme of software updates was hard, here’s a piece of news that’s bound to puzzle you more than the existence of “Beliebers” – AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro is being upgraded to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
After it was introduced in the middle of last year, the Lenovo IdeaTab A2107 finally went on sale in the U.S. in November. Now, AT&T has added Lenovo’s 7-inch budget offering to its tablet lineup.