Don’t be so defensive about the word “change,” because this change is a good one if you’re an AT&T subscriber or thinking about switching to the US carrier some time soon. AT&T will soon apply changes to its data plans, more specifically its unlimited plans. Here are the details.
Leading up to CES 2018, many speculated that AT&T would be the first US carrier to supply a Huawei smartphone. This followed word from the manufacturer’s own CEO, who detailed that a US carrier would carry a Huawei flagship smartphone in 2018. Huawei held a press conference yesterday in Las Vegas, but instead of announcing US carrier support like most of us expected, the company simply talked about its plans for expanding to the US without a carrier’s involvement.
AT&T, America’s second largest carrier, has written that it expects to be the first American company to introduce a mobile 5G network, and by the end of 2018.
Huawei looks to finally play serious with the big guys on US shores beginning in February by releasing Mate 10 on AT&T. This is according to an article from The Information and follows up on earlier word from Huawei’s own president of consumer electronics.
AT&T is getting an exclusive offering in that of ZTE’s Axon M, which was announced just last week. The device is the first of its kind, and we really mean it. Check out that screen. Here’s everything you should know.
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 has today re-branded ‘GoPhone’ to simply ‘AT&T Prepaid.’ The service has undergone no changes other than the name, and for a limited time, new sign-ups on AT&T Prepaid will get their first two months for free.