Tag Archive: AT&T


AT&T will no longer lie to customers about its fake ‘5G E’ network

It has been recommended to discontinue the ‘5G Evolution’ and ‘5G Evolution, The First Step to 5G’ claims by the NARB.

What you need to know The National Advertising Review Board (NARB) has recommended that AT&T stop using the misleading “5G Evolution” term for its LTE network. AT&T will no longer advertise its upgraded LTE network as “5G Evolution.” The “5GE” icon, however, will not disappear from Android smartphones on its network.

For the last two years,  [Read More…]

Find a better AT&T plan for your needs

There are quite a few options for AT&T available, whether you need unlimited data, 5G access, or just basic connectivity. Many people may find that they pay for way more service than they really need and could stand to save quite a bit of money. You can find an AT&T plan that works better for you and change it in the myAT&T app or on AT&T’s website. Just make sure you get enough data and don’t drop out  [Read More…]

Google pulls March update for AT&T Pixel 4 after Google Pay breaks

The update breaks Google Pay for AT&T users, there’s a reason for that.

What you need to know Google has pulled the March security update for Pixel 4 users on AT&T. The update appeared to break Google Pay functionality for users who successfully downloaded and installed it. Google is likely to re-release the update late this week once it fixes the underlying issue.

Yesterday, Google released the March security update alongside the first 2020 Pixel feature drop.  [Read More…]

AT&T TV streaming service rolls out nationwide to attract cord-cutters

AT&T subscribers can save $ 10 each month on the service when they bundle it with internet or wireless.

What you need to know The premium AT&T TV streaming TV service is now available nationwide. AT&T TV packages start at $ 50 and go up to $ 70 per month, with a two-year contract. The AT&T TV Android TV set-top-box can record up to 500 hours of TV and comes with popular streaming apps such as Netflix,  [Read More…]

Galaxy S20 on AT&T: Everything you need to know

The Galaxy S20 series is the newest line of phones from Samsung and brings introductes one of the best hardware sets possible with all new camera and 120Hz displays. 5G is included on all three models if you use a compatible plan and have coverage on AT&T’s low-band 5G network. Here’s what you need to know if you are ready to upgrade to Samsung’s newest phones on AT&T.

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Complete List of AT&T Wireless MVNOs

If you’re thinking of leaving AT&T’s prices behind but still like its coverage, then check out these alternative carriers.

A mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) is an “alternative carrier” that leases network coverage from one of the “Big Four” carriers (AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon). Much of the time, these carriers can offer cheaper service by targeting smaller markets or removing features that many people won’t need.

Thanks to the size and quality of AT&T’s 3G and LTE  [Read More…]

AT&T enables call validation to help combat robocallers

Only available for users with a Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+, or LG V40.

What you need to know AT&T is rolling out call validation screens based on the SHAKEN/STIR protocol. It is part of AT&T Call Protect and is only available for the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+, LG V40, and AT&T Phone digital home phone users at this time. AT&T is planning on expanding call validation display to more mobile devices in 2020.

Over the years, we’ve  [Read More…]

AT&T is bringing its 5G service to consumers next month

Unlike the other three major U.S. carriers, AT&T currently offers its 5G service only to enterprise customers.

What you need to know AT&T today announced that it will launch its 5G service for consumers next month. Its 5G service will initially be available in Indianapolis, Pittsburgh, Providence, Rochester, and San Diego. The carrier plans to have its 5G network available “nationwide” by mid-2020.

AT&T will finally roll out its 5G service for consumers sometime early next month.  [Read More…]

AT&T will pay $60 million after hiding data throttling

If you thought you got unlimited data, now you’ll get money instead

What you need to know The FTC sued AT&T for misleading customers with “unlimited” data plans. AT&T and the FTC settled for $ 60 million. Customers who had an AT&T “unlimited” plan will get a refund.

When AT&T sold “unlimited” data plans to customers from 2011 to 2014, it failed to properly inform them of the limitations and data caps, according to a lawsuit filed  [Read More…]

AT&T revamps its unlimited wireless plans, throws in HBO Max for free

Is your family Extra enough for AT&T Unlimited Extra?

What you need to know AT&T has announced Unlimited Starter, Extra, and Elite family plans. Plans start at $ 35 for unlimited data with serious restrictions. The Unlimited Elite plan is $ 50 and will include 30GB of Hotspot and HBO Max.

AT&T has announced its refreshed lineup of family plans, offering unlimited talk, text, and data for up to four lines. At the high end, for $  [Read More…]