AT&T has been in the news a lot and last week the carrier fully unveiled its new Watch TV video streaming service. We heard about the service a few weeks ago in a prior report, but now we have a lot more information regarding what to make of it.
Announced Wednesday, AT&T and Magic Leap have come to terms on a deal that has the two companies working together to benefit one another. AT&T has been doing a lot lately with the underlying purpose of sustaining wireless customers and adding new ones to stay in front of competition. The carrier’s latest move follows in line with this principle, but now how we expected.
Earlier today, we told you about AT&T’s upcoming TV streaming service AT&T Watch. The carrier also announced a slew of changes recently to its data plans that we want to keep you up to date on. There have been some upgrades to AT&T’s current data plans and there’s also now a new prepaid option. If you’re an AT&T subscriber or looking to sign up for wireless service, you don’t want to miss this.
In bizarre but good news that adds to today’s plan changes, AT&T’s CEO announced a brand new TV streaming service while testifying in court. The news first broke on Friday, presumably after the court session got out. The new streaming service is called ‘Watch’ and costs just $15 per month.
Last week, major carriers in the US confirmed availability for LG’s new V30 smartphone. Today, two have begun selling the device.
BlackBerry is coming to AT&T with the introduction of the BlackBerry KEYone. The BlackBerry KEYone was introduced to the world at the beginning of the year did not release until later.
AT&T is bringing back its ‘buy one, get one’ promotion, meaning if you buy a smartphone, you get another one free. This time, however, Samsung is jumping in the mix. For any consumer who purchases a select Galaxy smartphone, AT&T will give you a Gear S2 smartwatch totally free of charge. You may also opt to cut the price of a Gear S2 Classic down to just $50 (normally $50 more than Gear S2).