AT&T certainly doesn't hang about. Ten days after the FCC cleared the way for the carrier's acquisition of DirecTV, it's unveiled new bundles that it describes as "the first-ever nationwide package of TV and wireless services."
AT&T says that it shouldn't have to pay the FCC's fine for throttling unlimited customers. It argues the commission lacks the authority to impose it, and that the record-breaking fine is arbitrary and capricious.
Sprint announced a new family plan in which a family of four can get 10GB of shared data for only $100 per month. There's only one problem: You have to port four numbers from another carrier in order to enroll.
Things are looking good at T-Mobile. The company beat analyst expectations in profitability and added 2.1 million new subscribers during the second quarter 2015. The fourth-largest carrier even topped the latest J.D. Power study.
Starting next year, AT&T will begin encouraging smartphone makers to include support for FM radio in their top-end smartphones. The new policy stems from an agreement with NextRadio, a company that produces branded radio apps.
In a move that will let AT&T breathe a little easier at night, the FCC gave its approval for the telecom company's merger with DirecTV. However, the FCC gave its approval with certain conditions that AT&T-DirecTV must adhere to.
In an attempt to sway the back-to-school crowd, AT&T announced a new trade-in program that gives potential customers promotional credit for their smartphones. In addition, the telecom company announced a promotion for new customers.
Asus and AT&T announced the ZenFone 2E, which will join AT&T's lineup of prepaid phones. Even though it's decidedly a mid-range smartphone, the $120 price tag is nothing to scoff at, especially when you take a peek at all that the phone…
The 40 year-old rapper 50 Cent has called out AT&T as "racist" due to the company's stalled contract negotiations with Starz (and sister channel Encore). 50 Cent produces and stars in the Starz show Power.
If you think your Internet is absurdly slow, like 1990s dial-up slow, you may be painfully correct if you live in one of four major cities that suffer from some of the worst Internet connections in the country.