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AT&T launches free movie ticket deal, get concert tickets early

Summer is here, and what better time to enjoy a movie or two? There’s not many things greater than spending time with close friends while watching the latest blockbuster. But there is something to sweeten that. Starting today, postpaid AT&T customers can get one free movie ticket when they buy another, meaning you get two

AT&T adds Samsung Galaxy S7 Active to BOGO promo

AT&T today added the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active to its current Buy One, Give One promotion. With one week left to go before the deal ends (June 30), it’s a great way for customers to score two handsets for the price of one. As of now, the BOGO deal includes the following smartphones: Samsung Galaxy S7

Best AT&T prepaid phones

Going prepaid with AT&T and in need of a phone? Check out our favorites.

Sure, you could pick up a prepaid phone straight from AT&T, but if you’ll always have more choice by bringing your own unlocked device. That’s why we’ve rounded up the best phones you can buy outright to use unlocked on the carrier.

Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge LG G5 Nexus 6P HTC 10 LG Nexus 5X iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s  [Read More…]

AT&T Galaxy S6 edge+, Note 5 now receiving Marshmallow update

AT&T has finally begun pushing the Marshmallow update out for the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ and Galaxy Note 5. The update brings Doze, enhanced permission controls, a slightly revamped user interface and more to both handsets. AT&T is the last major carrier in the U.S. to push out the update for these phones. The updates weigh in at around 1.4GB, so you will want to make sure that your phone is charged and you are on a strong Wi-Fi network.  [Read More…]

LG G Pad X 10.1 on AT&T now receiving the Marshmallow update

AT&T’s LG G Pad X 10.1 has started receiving the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update. The OTA update — coming in at 869MB — increments the kernel version to 3.4.0, the build number to MRA58K, and the software version to V93020f.

The changelog lists the following additions:

Upgrade to Android 6.0 Marshmallow AT&T Services updates AT&T Locker now 2.0 Keeper removed myAT&T is a full preloaded app (was weblink) Ready2Go replaced with Setup & Transfer Kindle removed  [Read More…]

AT&T and Samsung are the slowest to bring Android 6.0 Marshmallow to its flagships from 2014 and 2015 (US)

Software updates are vital to fixing bugs, improving performance, keeping up to date with security flaws and so on. When Google releases an update to Android, manufacturers have to update their modified versions of Android too, adding time to the software update for users. This is where Apple kicks Google’s butt in terms of software updates,

AT&T announces Wi-Fi Calling for Android devices

AT&T on Wednesday announced it has started offering Wi-Fi Calling capability to Android phones. Starting immediately with the LG G4, the feature will roll out to other Android handsets in short order. Wi-Fi Calling, which has been available for the iPhone for some time, lets customers make and receive calls and text messages over Wi-Fi

Samsung Galaxy S7 Active goes on sale at AT&T for $794 without a contract

As promised, the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active, the rugged version of the popular Galaxy S7, is now on sale at AT&T for $ 794 without a contract.

AT&T is also selling the phone for $ 26.50 for 30 months via the AT&T Next payment plan or at $ 33.13 a month for 24 months on the AT&T Next Every Year plan. The S7 Active has a 5.1-inch 2560×1440 resolution display that is shatter-resistant. It has a  [Read More…]

AT&T rings up rugged Samsung Galaxy S7 Active

AT&T on Monday announced it will soon offer a more rough and tumble version of the Samsung Galaxy S7. Arriving on June 10, the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active delivers the same internal hardware but surrounds it with a semi-rugged shell designed to withstand all sorts of elements and accidents. The Galaxy S7 Active is certified

AT&T has a new program to thank its customers

Called AT&T Thanks, it’s a customer appreciation service that lets AT&T show how much its customers mean to the company. Starting this summer, the company will roll out the service that focuses on “entertainment experiences and other exciting benefits”, such as: Ticket Twosdays: Customers of AT&T postpaid plans can qualify to get a free movie