Now that the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are out of the way, Samsung may be readying other variants -- quite possibly the Galaxy S7 Active. AT&T is reportedly testing a device that resembles the model number of last year's Galaxy S6 Active.
AT&T has simplified its confusing financing plans, now only offering two plans instead of four. Starting on June 8, customers will have the option of paying for their phone over 24 or 30 months with the Next and Next Every Year plans.
AT&T recently announced new Mexico and Canada roaming features that will let its customers roam in both countries for free. The new features will be available this Friday, May 20, for no additional monthly cost.
AT&T announced today that it will acquire Quickplay, the company powering its multiple upcoming DirecTV streaming plans, as well as offerings from numerous other companies including Verizon, Samsung, and more.
It's May the Fourth so it's the perfect day to join the Un-carrier rebellion and use the force against evil. Just download T-Mobile's new Chrome extension, appropriately called The DeATTh Star, and let the fun begin.
Looking for a highly secure yet not-too-expensive LTE tablet? You can get the Samsung Galaxy Tab E from AT&T starting this Friday for only $10 per month. Not bad for someone looking to do some reading, watch a few movies, and browse the…
Cricket Wireless, AT&T's official prepaid brand, announced an unlimited data plan that does not include a monthly data allowance. However, the plan comes with an interesting catch that could be a deal breaker for some.
Viewers with UHD TVs are finally getting to watch a live broadcast, courtesy of DirecTV's new 4K channels. AT&T is now airing live coverage of the upcoming Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club.
AT&T recently announced a new promotion that gives new customers (or existing customers who buy a new service and device) a free 48-inch Samsung smart TV. There are, however, quite a few prerequisites.
If you're a Verizon customer looking to upgrade to a new phone, you might want to do it before April 4. That's when Verizon is set to put $20 "upgrade fees" in place to help cover the rising costs associated with switching devices.