T-Mobile has long been known for their ‘uncarrier‘ tactics. From giving Pixel owners money to switch to their network to offering free promotions on Tuesdays, the carrier isn’t afraid to try different avenues of approach to gain more subscribers. T-Mobile is at it again with a new promotion designed to sway customers away from AT&T.
If you’re an AT&T customer whose signed up on the Unlimited Plus data plan, the carrier has made your life a bit sweeter. As of April 6th, AT&T is offering all customers on the Unlimited Plus wireless data plan free HBO service as part of DirecTV Now.
This week a popular subject in the news was streaming services. Not only did we hear a little about music streaming services, we heard a lot about various video streaming services. We live in an age where the old way of doing things is being phased out in replace of new, easier but often more costly methods. Video streaming is a good example of a service that is now being adopted by mainstream society.
Sling TV helped pioneer TV streaming, but has competition on the radar from AT&T and others. To spice things up and attract new customers, Sling TV has made a couple of announcements detailing changes which are already live or coming soon.
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.
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.
Lenovo’s Motorola brand doubled its US market share in the third quarter to 5%, but despite this, market researcher BayStreet Research has estimated that AT&T sold 10,000 units.
A few months ago, Google took wraps off YouTube TV, a service for live-streaming TV content at an affordable rate. With this move, Google will look to compete with the likes of Optimum, Verizon, and DirecTV. Today, the service has officially been made available in five major U.S. cities.