AT&T might not lead the pack when it comes to 4G LTE service, but it seems the company is very dedicated to expanding their coverage across the United States. Today several new markets are finally able to access AT&T’s LTE network.
November is the month for new device releases and AT&T has two new phones coming that might catch your eye. These two devices, the Samsung Rugby 3 and the Sonim XP5560 Bolt, are going to be released soon with a new feature, Enhanced Push-to-Talk.
Holiday season is coming up pretty quickly and it seems everyone is hurrying up to put out their top of the line handsets. AT&T on Monday revealed exactly when its next helping of HTC goodness will be hitting store shelves.
There’s no stopping Samsung from releasing the source codes for AT&T’s Galaxy Express and T-Mobile’s Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 — even when they’re not yet in stores.
Samsung likes to call it as the next big thing, but some just think that it’s too big. If you’ve been waiting for the AT&T variant of Samsung Galaxy Note 2 to arrive, today is the day that the smartphone finally hits stores. While you’re there, you can pick up the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 as well.
AT&T has announced plans to offer customers a $100 discount on any tablet purchase but there’s a catch. A two-year catch: they’d have to be willing to commit to a new two-year data agreement with the carrier.
It’s not unusual for Samsung to be covering all its bases with a smartphone line-up as wide and diverse as possible, but the past few months have brought such an abundance of new devices that it’s hard to keep track and distinguish all the models.
Walmart Black Friday full ad leaked: Galaxy S3, unreleased Samsung Stratosphere 2 and other Android handsets spotted
Yes, folks, we continue to explore Black Friday Android deals for you, and today we’re going to check out Walmart’s full ad that was also leaked and made available to the crowds.
The race to have the biggest 4G coverage is heating up now, as AT&T has just announced they are getting ready to invest $14 billion in their LTE network.
After a long investigation, FCC has found AT&T guilty of duping customers into paying for service that they never asked for in the first place. In light of the decision, AT&T has been asked to pay $700,000 to the federal government. We say it’s a fine, but the statement says it’s a “voluntary payment.”