T-Mobile Fires Back At AT&T With New Ad Campaign

T-mobile Fires back

Earlier this month, AT&T attacked T-Mobile publicly after releasing a full-page ad in a number of newspapers including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and USA Today, mentioning that T-Mobile’s network has twice as many dropped and failed calls, and half the data speed of AT&T’s network. Earlier … Read the Full Story →

AT&T Opens Up FaceTime over Cellular to All Tiered-Data Plan Customers

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AT&T is making changes to its data plan offerings, opening up FaceTime over Cellular to all customers who currently have a tiered data plan. AT&T has been carrying the iPhone since the original model, after it acquired Cingular in 2007. Initially, AT&T restricted FaceTime over Cellular to devices with 4G … Read the Full Story →

Apple Reveals iPhone 5 – Here’s what you need to know

Apple iPhone 5 Hero

Following months of speculation and rumors, Apple’s SVP of Worldwide Marketing, Phil Schiller took the stage on Wednesday to introduce the long awaited iPhone 5. The media event, which was scheduled a week ago pointed to such a release and now the device has finally been revealed. The iPhone 5, … Read the Full Story →

AT&T Planning to Shut Off 2G EDGE Network by 2017

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AT&T’s 2G EDGE network is one of the oldest mobile networks and it appears that the company is now ready to retire the network to give way for faster 3G and 4G LTE networking. The EDGE network was the only available network for accessing the internet on the original iPhone, … Read the Full Story →

AT&T Introduces New 3GB and 5GB Smartphone Data Plans

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With AT&T selling an increasing number of iPhone 4S and other smartphones on their network, the current anemic 2GB of data is too little for many of its customers. On Wednesday, AT&T announced that they will now up their smartphone data plans to 3GB and 5GB respectively. This is the … Read the Full Story →

Will iPhone 5 / 4S Support 4G Network Later This Year?

While a number of previous reports have dismissed any speculation that iPhone 5 / 4S will support 4G (or LTE) networks, an Apple partner in the United Arab Emirates believes it will – claiming the company is in talks with Apple over 4G chipsets to support the high-speed wireless network. … Read the Full Story →

AT&T Drops Below Almost Everyone In Customer Satisfaction Survey

Yes yes, it is indeed true. We didn’t believe it at first either, but apparently AT&T have actually managed to get worse according to the Customer Satisfaction Index from the Associated Press. With AT&T now falling below fellow strugglers Sprint, the company joins T-Mobile at the bottom of the rankings. Not great news … Read the Full Story →

iPhone 3GS and iPad 1st Gen Still Outsell New Android Devices

Older generation Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) devices, such as the iPhone 3GS and the first-generation iPad, still outsell their latest Android competition according to analyst Michael Walkley with Canaccord Genuity. In a note to investors today, Walkley noted that while Apple’s iPhone 4 is the top-selling smartphone for both AT&T and Verizon … Read the Full Story →

AT&T Warns iPhone 4 Jailbreak Users: Stop Tethering or Pay

AT&T has today begun sending out its second warning to customers who it believes are illegally tethering their iPhone 4 using jailbreak, demanding they either stop tethering, or pay the price. In a stern SMS to select subscribers, the carrier warned that those who don’t pay and continue to tether … Read the Full Story →

Apple Unhappy With Best Buy Over iPad 2 Sales Technique?

A new report from CrunchGear published today has revealed that Apple may be unhappy with Best Buy for holding back stock of the iPad 2 after reaching their daily sales quota. Despite the overwhelming demand for the second generation device, and the difficult consumers are having with trying to acquire … Read the Full Story →

Survey Finds Verizon iPhone Owners Drop Fewer Calls than Those on AT&T

A new survey undertaken by ChangeWave has found that customers who use their iPhone 4 on the Verizon network are less likely to suffer from dropped calls than those signed up to AT&T. 82% of Verizon users said they were “very satisfied” with the service they received, while only 80% … Read the Full Story →

Now AT&T Allows Wireless Mobile Hotspot Feature for iOS 4.3 Devices

When people first got their hands on the iOS 4.3 betas, and indeed the Verizon iPhone one of the main feature additions was the new Wireless Mobile Hotspot. Enabling users to share their iPhone’s 3G signal over WiFi just like a MiFI was a feature that Android fans had been enjoying for a long time, and it was a welcome addition to iOS.

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iPhone Class Action Monopoly Lawsuit Against Apple & AT&T Approved

When the first iPhone was launched back in 2007, a few Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) U.S. customers filed lawsuits challenging Apple’s and AT&T’s right to tie the iPhone to one cellular provider by locking it. Further lawsuits also challenged Apple’s right to control what software you could put on your iPhone, and alleged … Read the Full Story →

Verizon iPhone 4 to start selling in January?

A few days before WWDC 2010 Verizon spokesman killed all hopes of a possible announcement which could end the AT&T exclusivity deal. Now we are hearing about fresh reports which suggest that we could see the CDMA version of iPhone 4 as early as January. According to a report by published by Bloomberg Verizon … Read the Full Story →