A complete breakdown of the AT&T Unlimited plan so you know exactly what you get if you switch.
In the United States, there are a lot of companies that can get you and your phone online, but most people use one of the four biggest: AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon. Choosing between them can be difficult. Your first priority should be what service works best in the places you spend your time. It’s not worth saving $ [Read More…]
Android 7.0 Nougat is rolling out to the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge on America’s second-biggest carrier.
After T-Mobile, it is now AT&T’s turn to roll out Android 7.0 Nougat to the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. Last year’s most popular flagship is also one of the last to get updated to the not-exactly-the-latest-but-better-than-nothing version of Android, after a length beta period that began in late 2016.
Along with Nougat’s requisite improvements, including a native multi-window mode and [Read More…]
With Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile all announcing unlimited plans, Sprint sure doesn’t want to be left behind. So the carrier has upgraded its Unlimited Plan too. Sprint is offering a limited time offer until March 31. Until that date, customers who switch at least one line to Sprint will be awarded unlimited talk, text and […]
Verizon surprised everybody this week when it announced its new Unlimited Plan for $ 80 a month. Now the competition is tempting users with offerings of their own. AT&T just announced it has revised its unlimited data plan option and is now prepared to offer a package worth $ 180 a month for those with four lines […]
AT&T is matching its competitors by opening up unlimited data to everyone.
AT&T has decided to throw up its proverbial hands after a week of intense competition in the mobile space, saying that as of February 17 its unlimited plan, which is currently only available to DirecTV customers, will be expanded to all postpaid customers.
Starting tomorrow, AT&T1 will launch a new AT&T Unlimited plan. The plan will be available to all consumer and business postpaid AT&T [Read More…]
All four major carriers in the U.S. offer unlimited data plans. But which is the best?
With Verizon bringing back an unlimited data plan, the big four networks in the United States (AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon) all carry an unlimited data plan now. That’s important for power users as well as anyone who uses their mobile broadband internet as their sole way to stay in touch or for entertainment. The cost of data overages means that [Read More…]
The LG Watch Style and LG Watch Sport are now available for purchase in a variety of places. You can get the LG Watch Style from the Google Store and Best Buy, while the LG Watch Sport is available from the Google Store, Verizon, and AT&T.
The pair of watches are the first to launch with Android Wear 2.0. The Style is the cheaper of the two at $ 249.99 and available in titanium, silver, and rose gold. It’s very light [Read More…]
LG just unveiled its latest Android Wear 2.0 smartwatches, the flagship LG Watch Sport and the more affordable LG Watch Style. We told you the LG Watch Sport will become available with Verizon starting February 11, but as it turns out interested customers will be able to grab it from AT&T as well. The LG […]
Yesterday, AT&T announced that it’ll be allowing subscribers to use their plans while traveling outside the U.S. – for a nominal fee of $ 10 per day, per device, that is. In its own words: With AT&T International Day Pass, you can talk and text all you want, and use your data plan in over 100
Traveling internationally is extremely exciting, but can also make you cringe at your cellular bill.
AT&T is completely simplifying and improving its international data plans this week by moving to a flat daily fee structure, replacing its previous offering of charging you based on megabytes of data and minutes of calls. The new plan, called the “International Day Pass”, simply charges you $ 10 per day to use your phone in any supported roaming country.
The [Read More…]