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.
Which iPhone 7 Carrier Is the Best iPhone 7 Based on Coverage — AT&T vs. Sprint vs. T-Mobile vs. Verizon?
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.
In February of this year, AT&T officially announced that it had begun working on the deployment of its 5G network, which would see faster and more stable network speeds across the nation.
FCC Reaches Settlement with AT&T, Network Must Refund Nearly $7 Million to Customers for Unauthorized Charges
AT&T has had its fair share of run-ins with the Federal Communications Commission, especially when it comes to dealing with customer’s billing.
Depending on where you are, you might have seen a drone or two by now. They’ve become increasingly popular over the last few years, and now AT&T is apparently thinking about getting in on the aerial fun.
Earlier this year, AT&T announced that it would begin testing its 5G network, the next step in boosting speeds for wireless subscribers.
Unlike Verizon which unlocks all its 4G devices, AT&T still locks its iPhones to its network. This means you cannot take your AT&T iPhone, drop in a T-Mobile SIM and expect it work. Before you can bring that iPhone to a new carrier domestically or overseas, you have to meet the minimum criteria and go through AT&T’s official channels to unlock the device. Want to find out if your iPhone is unlocked? And how to unlock it if it is locked? Read on for information on unlocking your iPhone on AT&T’s network.