With all the problems AT&T is facing right now with its Nexus 6 phones, it seems timely that T-Mobile is taking time to talk in social media platforms about just how different it is treating its stock of Nexus 6 from other
Sonim Technologies may not be a known brand in the mobile industry (at least, not yet) but it’s determined to bring its XP6 LTE Android phone in the US. The handset which is said to be ultra-rugged will be released by
A software bug that causes AT&T-branded Nexus 6 units to randomly reboot, or to not boot up properly has caused the US mobile provider to recall the newly-launched unit from those who have already bought from them, and also
Starting today, November 18, AT&T will be adding more data to current Mobile Share Value customers. Instead of 10GB for the $100 plan, subscribers will get a 15GB data cap without any excess charges.
If you want to be one of the first to own a Nexus 6 which will be running on the new Android 5.0 Lollipop, then you can either switch to AT&T or if you’re already a subscriber, get another line of service through their
AT&T has long been planing for in-flight wireless service but looks like the carrier is letting go of it. This means challenging Gogo Inflight Internet is a no-go for AT&T, at least not yet, as the company focuses on
It isn’t Black Friday yet but it might as well be, at least for AT&T‘s subscribers. The carrier announced this week a number of devices, both Android and Android-friendly ones, that will all land on November 7.
Voice over LTE (VoLTE) technology is certainly an intriguing proposition and many are predicting it will be the main way to digitally communicate in a few years time. But one probable problem that users will encounter is that you
Continuing its barrage of Android-related announcements, AT&T is outing the first rugged Kyocera device to land on its shelves. The Kyocera DuraForce, like many of its brethren, is gifted with a handful of features that make