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I can't tell you whether this is just a problem in central Florida or if AT&T everywhere has these professionalism issues, but it's getting old.
The spread of smartphone theft is off the charts. Some US senators have a plan to solve it, but the carriers don't agree. Is the Senate plan a bad idea, or are carriers just trying to bilk their customers out of insurance fees? It's an ugly story no matter how you look at it.
LG launched their curved display phablet, but the premium price isn't justifiable given the low display resolution, mediocre camera performance, and odd button placement.
The bottom line for carriers is that they have to resolve customer service inquiries on the first call or their going to take a cost and customer satisfaction hit.
AT&T announced new family shared data plans, launching today, that give you lots of data at a very reasonable price. They are similar to T-Mobile's shared plan, but much less than comparable Verizon plans.
The second larget U.S. cellular giant saw 566,000 wireless postpaid net adds during the quarter, as T-Mobile's efforts to shake up the wireless industry are beginning to take its toll.
LG will soon be launching their new flexible display high end smartphone for the US market. It should be available in the first quarter from three US carriers.
Borrowing a page from Amazon's playbook, AT&T is adding a new service in which customers can browse and stream specific digital content while corporate sponsors pick up the tab.
T-Mobile continues to shake up the US wireless space with AT&T preempting their rumor they might start offering to pay ETFs to switchers.
Transparency is already one of the biggest buzzwords of 2014.
AT&T's US customers should be able to access EE's LTE network, but pricing and speeds remain vague for now.
AT&T has developed and patented technology which detects and blocks file-sharing software.
AT&T says that machine-to-machine technology will take center stage next year in the corporate world.
HTC see that the times are changing here in the US with AT&T joining T-Mobile to break out phone subsidies from monthly fees. An unlocked flagship HTC One running KitKat is an attractive option for no money down.
T-Mobile started something with their no-contract offerings that charged you just for service and not for phone subsidies. AT&T is the first to join them by stopping the double dipping penalty.