Top reps from Verizon and AT&T claim that they too are brokering deals in which Netflix will pay the ISPs fees for faster access to their pipelines. The recent deal between Comcast and Netflix, it seems, was just the beginning. What does this mean for you?
AT&T's latest patent hints that it may move to control speeds and access to certain types of data, meaning it could cut you off, slow you down, or charge you if you use too much of your data to stream, download movies, or torrent.
The curved, self-healing LG G Flex Android phone is coming to AT&T on January 24 for $300, joining its Sprint and T-Mobile release in early 2014.
Beats Music will be available starting on January 21, 2014, and AT&T customers will be able to subscribe to a unique family plan for $15 a month. A standard subscription to Beats Music will run $10 a month.
T-Mobile has no qualms about going after it's competition. It announced a program to pay for early termination fees from other carriers and issued tons of challenges and critiques for its competitors on the CES stage.
T-Mobile took to the stage and made some big news at CES: It will pay up to $350 for the termination fee from your current carrier if you switch over to T-Mobile, and up to $300 when you trade in your old device.
AT&T has revealed its forthcoming Sponsored Data program at CES. The idea is that companies can choose to offer content, apps, or services to consumers and pay the data charges, so your monthly allowance will remain unaffected.
The LG G Flex, LG's curved smartphone, will be available in the U.S. later this spring. The phone will be carried by AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile, and should come with a much-needed subsidized price point.
Do you subscribe to AT&T's Internet service? Do you engage in some five-finger discounting through the use of illegal P2P file sharing sites in the like? You may want to read up on AT&T's latest patent then.
Certainly a concern for anyone worried about their privacy, AT&T's launch of gigabit Internet in Austin, Texas includes a bit of a catch in order to receive a monthly discount on the service.
A new NFC-based wireless payment system has launched nationwide this week. Named Isis, it has been tested for over a year, and comes with the backing of AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile.
Motorola has opened its Moto Maker custom shop up to potential Moto X owners who wish to sign-up with Verizon, T-Mobile, or Sprint. It has also dropped the price of the phone to $100 with a two-year contract.
Curious about the difference between 3G and 4G? Check out this guide for a non-technical, easy-to-understand explanation.
Owners of cellular-capable tablets who've declined to sign up to a monthly data plan may be interested to learn that AT&T is set to offer a $5-a-day option with a 250MB limit, or a three-month pass for $25 with a 1GB limit.