However,Â as weÂ had pointed out in our side-by-side comparison of the three early upgrade plans, AT&T Next was the most expensive program.
Apple prides itself in having very high customer satisfaction ratings for its products, as evident by the prominent placement of J.D. Power awards on the companyâ€™s website. Latest numbers from theÂ American Customer Satisfaction Index, however, reveal that Samsung has surpassed Apple in customer satisfaction when it comes to smartphones.
O2 has announced plans to roll out its 4G network on August 29, making it the second UK carrier to offer 4G services.
It’s almost a year after Everything Everywhere announced its 4G services in the UK after receiving Ofcom’s approval, and is already offering 4G services in 95Â cities.
T-Mobile has announced that it will be launching a new promotion where it has slashed the upfront price for smartphones like the iPhone 5 to $0.
Customers will be able to get the iPhone 5 without making a down payment, but there is a catch. Customers have a pay a slightly higher installment of $27 per month, on top of the monthly service charges.
T-Mobile ad attacks AT&T’s Next early upgrade program, calls it ‘Calculating, Sneaky, and Underhanded’
It’s no secret that T-Mobile and its CEO John Legere are both very upfront about their stance on how a cellular company should be run in the year 2013. Following suit with their strict transparency philosophy, T-Mobile has come out locked and loaded against AT&T’s “Next” early upgrade a program with a new advertising campaign.
After we posted a detailed comparison of T-Mobile and AT&Tâ€™s quick upgrade smartphone plans, Verizon announced its early upgrade program called Verizon Edge.Â We’ve take a look at how the three program stack up against each other, and if you should opt for any one of them.
Hot on the heels of T-Mobile announcing its semi-annual smartphone upgrade program called JUMP, AT&T announced its own annual upgrade program called AT&T Next, and Verizonâ€™s rumoured to introduced one as well.
Cellular carriers in the U.S. might be selling anonymised information about paying customers to third-parties like advertisers, but thereâ€™s a way you can opt out of this tracking. Weâ€™ve already covered how AT&T subscribers can opt-out, and below we tell you ways to opt out of Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizonâ€™s similar programs.