Earlier today we showed you an interesting deal on an unlocked Galaxy S3 version (the GSM GT-I9300 model that doesn’t have LTE support) that sells for $499.99 on eBay, but not every Android buyer out there is looking to purchase a flagship handset at full price.
Last weekend we reported that the HTC One VX was believed to be on its way to AT&T with an expected arrival date of December 7th. Now AT&T has officially confirmed that the One VX is available as of today for just $49.99 with a two year contract.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is selling like hotcakes, and Google Wallet continues to gain ground as a leader in the mobile payment space. Sadly, you can’t use both together. Luckily for U.S. users, there’s an unofficial solution to that problem. Unless you use Verizon.
With Samsung, HTC and Sony reportedly hard at work on their 2013 flagship smartphones, it was only a matter of time until LG’s next top-tier device made its own shiny appearance in the news. Now Optimus G’s successor has been spotted in GlBenchmark’s database, though we welcome it with mostly mixed feelings.
AT&T has just started offering its customers in the U.S. personalized “video bills” for them to get acquainted with all the pertinent bits of their monthly bill as soon as possible.
It’s never too early to plan for a speed revolution. Although AT&T is still trailing behind Verizon in its 4G LTE network deployment, the carrier is reportedly already looking toward the future of mobile broadband technology, one that’s known as LTE Advanced.
December is turning out to be a good month for those who long for some Jelly Bean goodies on their Samsung Galaxy S3. Following Sprint and T-Mobile, AT&T subscribers that sport the flagship Galaxy S3 can now get their buttery smooth software update.
AT&T has added six new cities to its LTE coverage including Albuquerque, N.M., Reading, Penn., and Salt Lake City, Utah in the USA and Guayama, San German-Cabo Rojo, and Yauco in Puerto Rico.
Those who have been saving up for the HTC One VX have no reason to be wary, because AT&T has confirmed that the VX will go on sale on December 7. The price is set at $49.99 with a two-year contract.
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who’s the fairest US carrier of them all? Why, it’s Verizon, of course, not according to the mirror in Snow White, but according to Consumer Reports, who’s just come out with its traditional end of the year ratings of all wireless communications service providers in the States.