AT&T has done away with the traditional unlimited data plan, but for folks who have clung onto it over the years, there’s another price hike on the way.
Rumors have been swirling for some time that AT&T had plans to launch its own TV streaming service, with packages of channels to choose from.
Gone are the days of unlimited data when you didn’t need to keep track of your Internet and app usage. But here we are now, stuck in tiers of data. The upside is that most plans come with unlimited talk and text, but sometimes it’s easy to lose control of your data usage.
While some carriers have unlimited data, technically, AT&T gave that feature up a long time ago, so instead has decided to focus on throttling to help people get the most out of their data allowance.
DirecTV, which is owned by AT&T, will host its own live TV streaming service in the coming weeks, and a new report sheds some interesting details as they relate to Apple.
Yesterday, a report surfaced that said AT&T executives were in talks with executives at Time Warner, Inc. to go over the possibility of options, including a potential merger at some point down the road.
Earlier this year, the Rumor Mill was busy suggesting that Apple could buy out Time Warner, and that the move would be geared towards Apple’s goals of a streaming TV future.
Insurance for smartphones has always been one way for carriers to get a bit more from customers on their monthly bill, but customers also get a little bit of piece of mind with the option, too.
Which iPhone 7 Carrier Is the Best iPhone 7 Based on Coverage — AT&T vs. Sprint vs. T-Mobile vs. Verizon?
Before you start picking out colors and thinking about the capacity of your new device, prospective buyers of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus should first consider which carrier they will select for their new iPhone. Two critical considerations when choosing a carrier is cellular coverage and connection speed, both of which determine where you can make calls and check your email on the go.
Getting an iPhone 7 from a major wireless carrier in the United States might be easier than ever before, especially if you prefer not to pay for your new device.