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872 articles

AT&T ditches roaming charges with new $10 International Day Pass

AT&T will offer its new International Day Pass starting on January 27, giving customers way to use their data plan in over 100 countries for $10 a day.
by John CallahamJanuary 23, 201711

AT&T losing more postpaid subscribers than other carriers, but that is part of the plan

Losing often results in winning, a phenomena AT&T seems to be currently experiencing as they continue to see postpaid subscribers go faster than any of the other 4 major carriers in the USA.
by Edgar CervantesJanuary 22, 201730

AT&T will reportedly raise its activation and upgrade fee to $25 on Jan. 20

A new report claims AT&T will raise its current activation and upgrade fee from by $5, from $20 to $25, starting on Friday, Jan. 20.
by John CallahamJanuary 19, 20179

Verizon and AT&T quietly make wireless plan changes

Verizon Wireless has raised its upgrade fees and ditched 2-year contracts for existing customers, and AT&T's grandfathered unlimited plans are now higher.
by John CallahamJanuary 6, 201777
 
 

AT&T plans to launch its first 5G video network trials in 2017

AT&T says it will launch a fixed 5G video wireless trial in Austin, Texas, using its DirecTV Now service, sometime in 2017.
by John CallahamJanuary 4, 20171

AT&T rolls out Marshmallow update for its ZTE ZMAX 2

AT&T customers who own the ZTE ZMAX 2 will be happy to hear that Android 6.0 Marshmallow is finally rolling out to their devices.
by John CallahamDecember 21, 20163

AT&T introduces Call Protect service to help customers avoid nuisance calls

The new scheme provides AT&T's HD Voice customers features such as “automatic fraud blocking” and “Suspected spam call warnings.”
by Scott Adam GordonDecember 20, 20161

AT&T offers Samsung, LG and Apple BOGO deals with $650 free credit for switchers

AT&T is offering buy-one-get-one free deals on several smartphones including the LG G5 and Samsung Galaxy S7. Switchers can also score $650 in bill credits.
by Kris CarlonDecember 17, 20163

T-Mobile is giving a free year of DirecTV Now to AT&T customers who switch

Are you an AT&T customer? Are you currently unhappy with AT&T? If you answered 'yes' to both of those questions, T-Mobile might have an enticing deal for you.
by Jimmy WestenbergDecember 15, 20165

AT&T to refund more than $88 million to customers for unauthorized charges

In 2014, AT&T was applying unauthorized third-party charges to customers’ phone bills. AT&T will now start issuing refunds totalling more than $88 million.
by Mitja RutnikDecember 9, 20164
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