The wireless carriers in the United States have changed their plans more than a few times over the years, but for those who have hung onto their older plans, the grandfathered options, it’s one way to hopefully avoid any major price changes.
U.S. Department of Justice is Investigating Verizon, AT&T, and Others Over Possible Collusion to Prevent Customers From Easily Switching Carriers
If you live in the United States and have tried to switch between mobile carriers, then you have probably discovered that it’s not always the easiest thing to accomplish.
In the United States, the FCC recently decided that Net Neutrality didn’t have to stick around, following months, years, of the public demanding the complete opposite.
OpenSignal has a methodology in place to test all of the major wireless networks in the United States, all in an effort to see how they compare to one another for the customers.
AT&T will soon be introducing prepaid iPhone plans starting from $45/month. The carrier will be offering the 32GB iPhone 6s for $344.99, while the iPhone 6s Plus will cost $444.99.
Like the other major wireless carriers in the United States, AT&T has been working on its own mobile 5G network plans, teasing its rollout since last year.
Outages are uncommon, but they do happen. According to new reports, AT&t is currently facing one.
AT&T announced back in 2016 that it would begin testing its “5G Evolution” network technology throughout the year, leading into 2017 and with a launch of some kind to the public beginning in 2018.
The iPhone X went up for sale last Friday, and, according to AT&T’s CEO, people want to get their hands on the flagship smartphone.
With so many iPhone X units finding their way out into the wild today, some networks may be carrying heavy loads, especially in heavily populated areas, which could cause some issues while activating.