AT&T’s latest promotion includes a free Galaxy S6 with every purchase of a Samsung flagship. Buy a Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 edge+, Galaxy S6 Active or a Galaxy Note 5, and get a 32GB Galaxy S6 absolutely free from the carrier. The deal is valid until March 31, and is likely intended to clear unsold inventory of the Galaxy S6 before its successor hits store shelves.
The caveat is that you have to [Read More…]
If you happen to own the AT&T variant of the LG G4, model H810, you’ll definitely want to check for available updates as Marshmallow is now rolling out to the handset. It’s available over-the-air so it should simply be a case of checking for updates in the Settings and fetching a beverage.
AT&T has a support page published for the update, noting that the rollout commenced on February 8. Already have the update applied to your [Read More…]
AT&T has reported its earnings for the fourth quarter of 2015, noting a pretty sizable bump in consolidated revenues due to its DirecTV acquisition, along with respectable wireless subscriber growth. In all, AT&T says that it brought in consolidated revenues of $ 42.1 billion in Q4, which is up 22 percent from the year prior. For full-year results, AT&T said it brought in total consolidated revenues of $ 146.8 billion in 2015, which is up 10.8 percent [Read More…]
Time for a new smartphone? That’s great! What do you have in mind? Not sure? That’s okay, we’ll help.
If you’re a seasoned smartphone owner, picking out an upgrade is a simple process. But, for some folks, the idea of purchasing a new handset makes them nervous.
Which is the newest phone? What is the best phone? Which is the one that’s going to give me exactly what I need? There’s a lot to consider, sure. We’re here to help you [Read More…]
AT&T announced that it is bringing back “Unlimited Data” today for its DIRECTV and UVERSE customers at $ 100 for the first line and $ 40 for each additional line. I was originally on AT&T Wireless back when the first iPhone came out and signed up for the only data plan at the time, which was the Unlimited Plan for $ 30 on top of my monthly limited [Read More…]
AT&T is bringing back true unlimited data starting tomorrow for its wireless customers. New and existing customers of DIRECTV or UVERSE will have the choice to switch to the new AT&T Unlimited Plan for $ 100 on a smartphone. If you’re in a family you can add up additional smartphones for $ 40 per line with the fourth being free. The total cost for the Unlimited Plan for a family of four is just $ 180.
“Our new unlimited plan [Read More…]
They don’t really want you to use them (as evidenced by the lack of support for them) all of the carriers have been improving their prepaid plan offerings lately with the hopes that you’ll abandon your MVNO in favor of the real deal. Friday, AT&T jumped on the “me too” bandwagon by improving the data buckets that they offer with their pre-paid plans.
Here are the changes: The $ 45 per month plan will increase high-speed data to 2GB (previously 1.5 [Read More…]
AT&T is once again going to offer an unlimited data plan, but only if you are also a DirecTV or U-Verse subscriber. Most U.S. carriers have moved away from offering unlimited data plans and towards data buckets for families, but AT&T is going backwards here and will begin offering the new plan, but it obviously comes with a catch. You won’t be able to just sign up for AT&T or change your current plan to the new [Read More…]
The standard contract plans are fast becoming a thing of history, and AT&T has become the latest carrier to bid adieu to its two-year locking period. In order to buy a new phone, customers would now need to either pay the full price or in installments instead of subsidized rates.
Beginning January 8th, no new or existing customer would be able to buy smartphones or multimedia phones on contracts. While it is a good news for those who don’t want to be bounded by a [Read More…]
Two-year contracts are will soon be shunned by another US carrier. On January 8, 2016, AT&T will stop offering contracts with its smartphones, the operator confirmed to PhoneScoop. That means that the only ways to get a new phone from AT&T will be to pay full price or pay in installments with AT&T Next. AT&T does say that business customers will still be able to get a contract.
Meanwhile, leaks and rumors have shed more light on AT&T’s upcoming move. [Read More…]