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AT&T announces 7GB mobile share data plan

So many great new devices, promos, and data plans are being announced. The more mobile technology is improving, the greater network coverage, the faster connection, and the better data plan deals will be. AT&T is always quick to upgrade its systems and plans. Just last month, it started offering unlimited calling in Mexico and rollover data plans for shared subscribers. AT&T isn't the only carrier offering new plans though. Verizon was earlier tipped to slash $10 off most data plans last week. AT&T's prepaid carrier has also unveiled a new All-in Prepaid Plan while Verizon announced more data plan options for prepaid subscribers.

Android 4.4.4 update for Galaxy S5 released by AT&T

Yesterday, we said Verizon's Samsung Galaxy S5 is finally getting the Android 5.0 Lollipop. Today, we've got information that the AT&T variant of the same smartphone is getting an update. That's good news but unfortunately, it's only Android 4.4.4. No Android Lollipop yet but at least the Android 4.4.4 KitKat for the Galaxy S5 brings VoLTE (Voice over LTE) to the device. It's about time AT&T Galaxy S5 owners get the kind of service too.

AT&T offers unlimited calling to Mexico

Good news for AT&T subscribers who make frequent calls to Mexico – where the mobile carrier had previously charged 1 cent a minute to wireless and landline numbers in the country – it is now offering unlimited calling for just USD$5.00 a month as part of its World Connect Value plan.

HTC One (M8) gets Android 4.4.4, HD Voice support from AT&T

The HTC One (M8) may have finally received the Android 5.0 update but that doesn't mean AT&T has forgotten about those units still running the older Android version. The mobile carrier recently rolled out the official Android 4.4.4 KitKat. Those who want Lollipop would have to wait for a bit or upgrade to this version first to receive a number of important performance and security updates.

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge now available from Verizon, AT&T

After some months of waiting, the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is finally available from Verizon. The phone which others quickly dismiss as experimental is coming to a few mobile carriers in the US. Verizon is offering the Note Edge on a two-year content for only $399. That's still pricey but the unlocked version is $799. Crazy price? That's still cheaper compared to the $1,000 price tag written by AT&T for the same unit.

AT&T now offering rollover data plans for shared subscribers

On the heels of T-Mobile's rollover data plan, another US carrier has responded and is offering their own version for their subscribers. AT&T has announced that they are launching later this month a rollover plan for their shared data subscribers, giving the option and opportunity for members of the shared plan to take on the unused data from their other members from the previous month.

ZTE SPro2 pico projector to be offered exclusively on AT&T

Have you ever been in a situation where you want to show something on your phone, whether at a business meeting or at a party, but your device's screen will not do justice to the picture or video you want to share? This particular dilemma has been solved with the advent of pico projectors, and the ZTE SPro2 is the latest to join the party and it will be offered exclusively by AT&T.

3G is dead (dying), long live LTE for Verizon?

They said it back in 2011, but now it seems like the start of the slow (and we mean slow) death of 3G is upon us, at least as far as Verizon is concerned. It seems that the carrier has been cannibalizing its old CDMA EV-DO systems to make way for a third distinct LTE network, after launching the first two back in 2010.
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