Today AT&T and Alltel announced the plan to swap some more network spectrum in a deal that will net AT&T about 600,000 wireless customers and cost $780 million. AT&T is continuing their efforts to expand and
ALCATEL ONE TOUCH and Alltel Wireless just announced that they are bringing the ONE TOUCH Ultra 960C to stores and online. It comes with a 4.3-inch capacitive multi-touch display, which is not going to set the world on fire, but
Alltel has announced a pre-order date for the HTC Merge, the carrier’s latest QWERTY Android slider. Pre-orders will be taken as of March 28, with the smartphone priced at $124.99 with a new, two-year agreement. That gets
Alltel Wireless has kicked off sales of the Samsung Gem, a budget Android 2.1 touchscreen smartphone. The Gem has a 3.2-megapixel camera and comes preloaded with Swype, while hardware includes the usual Bluetooth and WiFi. While
We first heard about the HTC Merge (formally the HTC Lexikon) all the way back in September. Since then there have been a few leaks like it appearing on Verizon’s website and then, just like that, it completely disappeared.
We first heard about the HTC Bee for Alltel when it’s ROM was floating around the internet with the carriers branding. Now the 2 phones are arriving in Alltel Wireless stores as dummy units.
The HTC Bee smartphone has been spotted lurking in an Alltel ROM exhumed by 911sniper, and is believed to be headed to the carrier as the CDMA version of the HTC Wildfire. According to previous leaks, the Bee will have a