In January of 2014, AT&T and Beats Music launched a 90-day trial period for the new music streaming service. According to a new report, that’s no longer an option for new subscribers.
Earlier this week, AT&T introduced new Mobile Share Value plans with double the amount of shared data for new and existing customers. In response, Sprint has announced that it will stand behind its pledge to double the data compared to AT&T and Verizon.
AT&T has just issued a press release stating the today’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus pre-order launch was their biggest day ever.
AT&T’s CEO had earlier claimed that the carrier has already secured “hundreds of thousands” of preorders for the new iPhones.
AT&T has already taken ‘hundreds of thousands’ of preorders for iPhone 6 lineup, according to de la Vega
Demand for the newest iPhones to get announced, the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus, is pretty strong if preorder shipping estimates are any indication. If that’s not enough, though, AT&T’s CEO Ralph de la Vega has some impressive, if not vague, numbers already.
If you are a prospective buyer of the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus that Apple introduced at its product event on Tuesday afternoon, then perhaps you are wondering which carrier in the United States provides the best coverage. After you’re done comparing prices, read ahead to find out which carrier is most suitable for you in terms of service.
With the highly-anticipated release of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus right around the corner, it is that time of the year when you are likely considering switching carriers and finding the best plan for you based on cost and what each package includes in terms of talk, text and data. Fortunately, for those living in the United States, we’ve done the homework for you and prepared this guide of which carrier to choose based on cost.