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Samsung Galaxy S6 Active set to launch with AT&T

For the third straight year, US mobile carrier AT&T will be the exclusive retailer of the outdoors-y rugged version of Samsung’s flagship – and this year it is the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active. Timing it generally for a summer launch – when people usually go outdoors for camping trips and beach vacations – Samsung is giving us a not-so-heavily-armored version this year, but with all the usual resistances still embedded.

AT&T to offer LG G4 to customers starting May 29

LG's newest flagship, the LG G4, has already started being available in the market and through leading carriers. The latest to offer up this new smartphone to their subscribers is AT&T and the device will be available for pre-selling in their online store starting May 29 while it will show up on the brick and mortar AT&T stores starting June 5. As a bonus, those who will buy the LG G4 will get a huge discount on the LG G Pad F 8.0 to complete your LG digital life.

AT&T bringing mid-range LG G Pad F 8.0 to consumers

If you're in the market for a mid-range tablet to replace the current one you have that has been with you for five years or so, AT&T is offering you up the LG G Pad F 8.0, which they're marketing as both a work and a leisure device. This comes on the heels of the rumors that the carrier will not be marketing their two-year contract anymore by June 1. But seeing as they are still offering it for this tablet starting May 29, then maybe the rumors may be wrong.

AT&T will reportedly do away with 2-year contracts starting June 1

Following in the footsteps of other carriers like T-Mobile that have gotten rid of the traditional contracts with subscribers, AT&T will also reportedly be moving away from their usual 2-year contracts starting on June 1. Instead, they will be pushing AT&T Next to their consumers when their existing contract has run out. But that doesn't mean contracts will cease to exist after May, but the carrier will not be marketing it anymore and it will just be another one of the options for subscribers.

AT&T to launch LG Escape2, mid-range 4G LTE phone

From time to time, the AT&T website throws up a surprise or two, giving us handsets and devices that were previously unannounced, not even anticipated. These are usually devices that are either renamed or partnership projects between the manufacturer and the carrier. This might be the case with the new LG Escape2, a mid-range smartphone that offers 4G (LTE) connectivity at a more affordable price point.

AT&T GoPhone $60, $45 Plans automatically get Rollover Data

Loyal AT&T GoPhone customers, especially those with GoPhone $60 and $45 Monthly Plans, will be happy to know that automatic Rollover Data is now offered. This promo adds more data to your current plan for longer hours of streaming, posting, and surfing. Instant Rollover Data will start on May 15 or after plan renewal after the date. This means those with the said monthly plans will be able to use unused and rolled over high-speed plan data for 30 days if they renew plan with AT&T.

AT&T intros new Lollipop-powered Trek HD 4G LTE Tablet

There are numerous tablets from different manufacturers but AT&T knows how a good price is one of the determining factors when buying a new device. The mobile carrier has just announced its first branded tablet available for as low as $49. This is the company's first venture to stamp its logo on a tablet. It just went up for sale online today, May 12, and should be available for purchase from AT&T stores starting May 15.

T-Mobile targets Verizon subscribers in new campaign

Expect to see and hear T-Mobile become more aggressive in marketing and in luring new customers as it is now focusing its attention on Verizon. This is after targeting AT&T the past couple of years and the mobile carrier is more than ready to take on the Big Red. These three major carriers are already on top but looks like the competition will even be tighter.
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