Ma Bell goes after the UNcarrier with sweeping new changes to upgrade options for its customers.
Drastic discounts for those looking to sign a new service agreement.
If it feels like every time you look AT&T is announcing a chunk of new LTE markets it’s because it’s true.
AT&T has begun offering new smartphone plans for customers who use the GoPhone service. The prepaid, no-contract smartphone plans range in price from $25-$60 per month depending on the amount
Samsung officially announced the Galaxy Mega 6.3 back in April, an Android smartphone with a ‘mega’ display. In the same month, FCC hinted that we might see the Galaxy Mega
Waterproof and rugged, the phone also features Enhanced Push-to-Talk.
Current and potential AT&T subscribers have an extra choice to consider as it pertains to the Samsung Galaxy S4. A new, exclusive Aurora Red color option has just been announced
Customers can buy the tablet on its own or bundle it with a smartphone as part of a promotion.
AT&T announced on Thursday that it has scored exclusive rights to the U.S. version of the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active. Priced at $199.99 with a two-year service agreement, the waterproof
AT&T announced on Wednesday that the Android-powered Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 will soon join the carrier’s ranks. Without providing any pricing or firm availability, AT&T only promises the 4G LTE
Sprint doesn’t look to be the only carrier set to soon offer an Android smartphone from ZTE. A ZTE Mustang has been tipped for AT&T courtest of @evleaks. Details are
Not a fan of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Wi-Fi only? Not to worry, as the opportunity to buy an LTE version could be coming soon. The FCC just gave
Multiple colors on big-time phones are always a good option to have, so people can get a more custom device suited to their likes. AT&T has now announced that they
If you’ve checked out the new Hangouts app on AT&T, chances are you’re pretty familiar with the message stating “You must be connected to a Wi-Fi network to join a
We all know how dangerous texting and driving is (I’m looking at you, corporate bigwig in the fast lane in 8AM traffic). Now, Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile have joined AT&T in their