Posts Tagged ‘AT&T’
As the carrier continues to find ways to entice new and existing customers in the face of surging competition, AT&T has introduced a new version of their Mobile Share plan offering unlimited talk and text plus 10GB of data for as low as $130/month.
AT&T has issued another volley in the war amongst US carriers to win over mobile users. Customers opening or adding a new line will receive a $100 credit toward their wireless bill.
AT&T is making it possible for subscribers under traditional two-year service contracts to switch to a new Mobile Share Value plan and gain access to early upgrades via their Next program.
Apple has been pretty resistant to hopping on the NFC bandwagon, and that means iPhone users, for once, have been left out in the cold. The ISIS mobile payments platform, the first NFC-based payment system to be supported across multiple major carriers, relies on NFC to complete transactions. Starting to get the picture?
Since its release, the iPhone 5S continues to dominate on AT&T, Verizon, Sprint & T-Mobile according to a recent Canaccord Genuity survey. Will the strong sales of the iPhone 5S as well as the iPhone 5C push Apple to record numbers for the holiday season?
After operating under the subsidy model for years, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson says carriers simply can’t afford it anymore. Is it time to completely revamp the smartphone buying process as we know it?
On our 24th episode of the Mobile Roar Podcast the iPad Air is big hit on Black Friday, rumors persist about a 13″ 4K iPad, and Apple welcomes China Mobile and their 700 million customers to the family.
AT&T will begin offering a new low-cost and contract-free service option as part of their Mobile Share Value service options, which go live on December 8th. Unlimited talk and text plus 300MB of data for $45.
Ray Cromwell recently took a trip to Mexico, iPhone and iPad in hand. Despite every attempt to avoid roaming charges, AT&T still managed to send him a bill for $8500 in charges. Is a $120 fee a fair compromise?
AT&T is offering a $200 price break on unsubsidized iPhone 5 sales online as the carrier aims to move stock ahead of the launch of the iPhone 5S. But is $450 a sweet enough deal to convince buyers?
This week’s episode we hit upon the ever increasing amount of iPhone 5S rumors, Apple’s effort to bring an ad skipping format to the Apple TV, and the most confusing early upgrade Carrier plans ever.