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AT&T patent points to consumer ‘bandwidth abuse’, restricting content access

A patent filed by AT&T back in September of 2013 has been found, and it’s got some eyebrow-raising features. Recently published by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), AT&T is asking for what amounts to ‘freemium’ browsing. Issuing credits as you use data, the patent seems to coincide with other recent revelations about how AT&T envisions you using your movie device to browse.

US Cellular unveils new, lower-priced no-contract plan

US Cellular has rolled out a new, lower-priced no-contract plan option. This one sits priced at $50 per month and includes unlimited talk, text and data. Of course, as we often see with the mention of unlimited -- there is some fine print you will want to know up front. In this case, the data is unlimited, but only some of that will be at high-speed.

AT&T promo offer arrives targeting new and existing customers

AT&T has announced a new promotional offer that will be available for both new and existing customers. This one has already gone into effect and brings the potential of a $100 bill credit. In order to claim the credit you only need to activate a new line of service. But as with many other offers such as this, there is a bit of fine print attached.

T-Mobile continues battling AT&T with satire-filled press release

We've seen plenty of interesting advertising methods from T-Mobile since they began the UNcarrier approach. Lately, much of the chatter has been coming direct from T-Mobile CEO John Legere, however it seems things have been stepped up considerably with this latest move. T-Mobile has issued a satire-filled press release celebrating how AT&T dismantled the death star.
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