Every year, the networks in the United States try to win people over with marketing that paints them as the best, with plenty of buzzwords to keep attention long enough for a quick TV spot.
Verizon retains top spot in U.S. network quality, AT&T a close second while Sprint and T-Mobile hold up the bottom
While Verizon Wireless made waves recently with its own data plan changes, by axing two-year contracts altogether, AT&T is taking a quieter path while it shakes up its own offerings.
AT&T has asked the FCC to scrap a $100 million fine issued last month by the Federal Communications Commissions (FCC) after the carrier was found to be throttling its “unlimited” data plans. It also claims that data throttling doesn’t harm anyone.
AT&T reportedly raising upgrade fees to $45, adding $15 activation fee to new Next and BYOP customers on August 1
On June 1, a report surfaced that suggested Apple Store employees were being notified that two-year contracts for AT&T iPhones would be getting the boot.
AT&T is reportedly gearing up to make major changes to its smartphone sales policy which could prevent third-party retailers from selling handsets on two-year contracts. The move could mean that you won’t be able to get your next iPhone on AT&T from an Apple Store.