The carrier’s 4G LTE network will grow to new markets in April, May, and early summer.
AT&T, borrowing from the Pantech strategy of bundling, has paired the Sony Tablet P and XPERIA Play in a discounted package for consumers looking to get a smartphone and tablet.
AT&T today confirmed exactly where it is that they will reduce data speeds for their unlimited data plans. In a statement provided to CNET, the carrier advised that 3G users
AT&T today announced that they will be offering the Sony Tablet P as part of their Android lineup come March 4th. Available for $399.99 with a two-year service agreement, the
Interested parties are said to be able to secure one of the new smartphones with only $50 down.
HTC just announced the HTC One X, which will be launched globally in April. If you’re a U.S. user that just can’t wait to get your hands on one, we’ve
AT&T and Samsung today confirmed the existence of the Rugby Smart, officially announcing the smartphone for March 4th. Powered by Android 2.3 Gingerbread and protected against water and
The first two images of AT&T’s upcoming Samsung Rugby Smart have arrived online, giving us a glimpse into what lies ahead for Ma Ball customers. Uncovered by Pocketnow, the official-looking
We have seen Samsung’s high end phones like the Galaxy S II, Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy Note, but for some people they cost an arm or a leg. For such
AT&T wants you to know that they do not have any plans in place to throttle data users once they cross a 2GB threshold. Speaking in an phone interview with
Top 5% of data users are said to consume 12X as much as the average guy… but 2GB? Really?
Starting Sunday, Feb 5th Best Buy will be allowing pre-orders of the latest Samsung device on AT&T. The Samsung Galaxy Note, is a 5.3″ HD Super AMOLED device boasting a
As Huawei moves toward the U.S. market, the Huawei Honor was spotted in an FCC filing, with AT&T’s 3G and HSPA+ bands. While that doesn’t mean that it’s destined to AT&T, there’s a
Samsung is releasing the source code for the Galaxy Note on AT&T but there’s a catch. As you can see from the picture above, there are three different versions of