LG Shipping U.S. V10 with $200 worth of Free Stuff
Oct28

LG Shipping U.S. V10 with $200 worth of Free Stuff

In the interest of full disclosure, the LG V10 is one of my favorite smartphones of the year, it is an excellent lend of potent specs, good design, and fresh ideas. The phablet flagship will be arriving in the United States, with AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon all carrying the handset, and all of them offering it with some excellent freebies. LG has announced that its U.S. variant of the V10 will ship with a 200GB memory card, an...

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ZTE Unveils ZMAX 2 in the USA
Sep22

ZTE Unveils ZMAX 2 in the USA

ZTE has a solid history of launching smartphones in the United States, not something most Chinese companies do. Also, while other Chinese companies raise prices when launching in the U.S., ZTE tends to keep its smartphones affordable. Take the ZMAX 2 for example, which is arriving on AT&T September 25th. The ZMAX 2 comes with a 5.5-inch 720p resolution, a Snapdragon processor, 2GB of RAM, 3000mAh battery, 4G LTE connectivity, an...

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Unknown Update Lands on AT&T/Sprint Samsung Galaxy S6
May14

Unknown Update Lands on AT&T/Sprint Samsung Galaxy S6

A mysterious update has landed on the Samsung Galaxy S6 running on AT&T’s network, with no changelist accompanying the software. On top of that, users of Sprint are also reporting the upgrade that weighs in at 237MB and seems to add nothing new in terms of features of software enhancements. It certainly is not Android related as the GS6 remains on Lollipop 5.0.2. Just two days ago a 159.29MB update landed on the Galaxy S6...

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Rollover Data Coming to AT&T Pre-Paid
May11

Rollover Data Coming to AT&T Pre-Paid

A little while back AT&T added roll over data to it's post paid plans to compete with the likes of T-Mobile and other cheaper carriers.  Now they have announced that it will be coming to it's pre paid Go Phone Customers...

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AT&T Fined for User Data Breach by the FCC
Apr09

AT&T Fined for User Data Breach by the FCC

AT&T has received a $25 million fine from the FCC for breaching customer information in an operation to obtain unlock codes for mobile devices. Through a six month duration between November 2013 and April 2014, the second largest carrier in the United States had offshore centers access and take customer information. AT&T did not know of the breach, but assumes the responsibility under regulations. Centers located away from...

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