AT&T are hoping to steal a few potential customers over to the blue side with their stellar summer sale. What is it? All smartphones are currently half off for the rest of the month. You only have a few more days to decide, but devices like the Galaxy S 4 or HTC One are half off, and they're even waiving activation fees. Crazy right?
HTC First has been an interesting handset to watch. The handset originally launched with a $99 price point that was quickly slashed to under a buck. When AT&T dropped the price to $0.99 (on a two-year agreement) that brought speculation about how things were going downhill for the handset. The carrier maintained the price drop was for a sale, however an end date has still not been announced.
Samsung Galaxy S4 yet again. This isn't just any regular Galaxy S4 though, and as you can see, we have the exclusive to AT&T Red Aurora model on our hands. If you're the type that doesn't want to be like the rest of the pack with white or black, check it out below.
AT&T from LG Electronics. The Optimus G flagship from last year, as well as the recently released Optimus G Pro 5.5-inch powerhouse have both been hacked in the price department. In light of LG announcing the G2 coming in August, AT&T is doing a nice summer sale.
AT&T has begun rolling out another Jelly Bean update and this time around the lucky users are the ones sporting a Pantech Flex. The update is bringing Android 4.1.2 and the carrier has the delivery coming over-the-air. We suspect those with a Flex will be anxious, however AT&T has said you will be alerted by way of a text message when the update is ready for your device.
Verizon showering greater continental USA with 4G LTE, it would only be common sense for its head competitor, AT&T, to begin doing the same. That's why the news of 5 more cities to receive 4G LTE from the global blue doesn't surprise us in the least, and why we're very excited for many more to come.
AT&T and NEC have announced a device for those needing a rugged smartphone. One perfect for the BYOD market. It's for both work and play, according to NEC, and blends Android and a Blackberry into one oddly shaped smartphone. It's a rugged and military spec smartphone, and even has those Push-to-talk features some still love.