Yesterday at CES 2015, ZTE announced their newest smart projector, the SPro2. While the company didn’t originally give us any availability info, today, AT&T announced that it was coming to the carrier as an exclusive.
The FCC is vastly under-staffed and over-worked due to multiple acquisitions being put on its table.
Here are some ways wireless companies are purposefully misleading customers through confusing terms and hidden fine print.
Customers who purchase the Nexus 9 LTE from the Google Play Store, and activate it on AT&T with a new 2-year contract will receive a $100 credit for the device. Sweet!
Verizon tells the FCC that “sponsored data” is reasonable given the consumer benefits.
Previously, Verizon has decided not to compete against rival carriers on a consistent basis.
AT&T and LG are offering 50% off the LG Tone and/or G Watch, as well as a G Pad 7.0 LTE for $.99 — all with the purchase of any LG smartphone.
Sprint will throttle these new users to make sure their network is fine for other customers.
Broadband providers have spent millions to “lobby state/federal legislatures” to stop public Internet services that offer faster speeds at cheaper rates.
Sprint has unveiled a major boon for current Verizon or AT&T customers willing to switch over to the Now Network. Customers who switch from Verizon or AT&T will see their bill cut in half.