Smartphone makers put a lot of effort into making each new generation of devices faster and more reliable than previous one. However, even the best smartphone in the world, wouldn’t be of much use without internet connection, since smartphones are smart only when they have access to cellular data or Wi-Fi. That said, unless you have constant access to Wi-Fi, you need to rely on your carrier for internet connection. Wondering which US carrier offers the best mobile internet experience? Here are the results of a test on Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint carried out by OpenSignal.
Those hunting for a deal on high-quality smartphone should take a look at the AT&T’s latest offer. Within its new promo the carrier is selling the LG V20 with a 50% discount. Although we’re just days ahead the LG G6’s premiere, released last fall the LG V20 is still a power beast delivering supreme sound, viewing and photo experience.
By launching its new unlimited plan on Monday, Verizon started a truly Unlimited week. Following Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint, AT&T is the last of the major US carriers to join the fan and introduce its new unlimited data deal. Just as the three other service providers, AT&T delivers limitless talk, text and data. All these may be yours for $100 for a single line, or for $180 if you choose a family option.
Even though smartphones have become integral part of our lives, it’s still kind of cool that you can send emails, checks the latest game score or read through the news on your phone. It’s cool until you get your bill. If you are using lots of data, more than your monthly allotment, chances are that overage fees gave you a few headaches in the past. It’s not going to happen anymore if you are AT&T customer. The carrier just announced new data plans with more data, higher prices unfortunately but, more importantly, canceled overages fees.
Looking for a nice phone deal? If so, then you should be glad to know that AT&T is back with its Buy One, Get One promo. This Monday the carrier announced to offer a new promo for its GoPhone prepaid service, within which they will be giving away free phones. In addition, starting this Friday AT&T will also begin to sell the LG K10 and LG G Pad X 8.0. Both devices are promised to carry an affordable price tag and be available in-store and online.
AT&T Summer Sale include BOGO deals on Galaxy S7, S6, LG G5 and free Gear S2 with a Galaxy phone purchase
Buy one get one free deals are very popular among customers and no wonder. It’s not every day that you can get a smartphone for free. While some carriers use this type of promotion to move more units of models that don’t sell very well, others take a step further and offer the latest flagships absolutely for free. That’s what AT&T will be doing starting today. The carrier just made official the details of its Summer Sale which includes BOGO deals on the Galaxy S7, S6, LG G5 and more and a free Gear S2 with a Galaxy phone purchase.
Carriers are trying to make sure that cell phone coverage is pretty much everywhere but in certain circumstance even users in large cities may encounter problems with non-existent signal. Carriers, however, have found a way to deal with this issue by enabling phones to make and receive calls and texts over Wi-Fi. Up until now, AT&T customers could take advantage of this feature only if they owned an iPhone but fortunately it is about to change. If you are an AT&T subscriber, we may have good news for you as of now you don’t need to have an iPhone to make Wi-Fi phone.
A couple of years ago, when two-year contracts were the most common form of purchasing a smartphone, buying a new device was as easy as can be. It involved just four simple steps – go to a local store, choose a phone, pay a fraction of the price and enjoy your new handset. If you didn’t feel like leaving your house, you could even order the device online. However, last year carriers started to move away from contracts and replace them with installment plans. As a result now users have to make one more decision – which plan to choose from the myriad of offers. AT&T apparently realized that a lot is not always good and made it easier for you to buy or upgrade to a new smartphone by eliminating some of the plans.
Throwing in free gadgets to encourage customers to buy a smartphone or service or switch networks is a very common practice among carriers. In most cases, however, these gadgets are rather small in size and value. In best case scenario users can receive another smartphone or tablet, but usually the freebie is much less impressive, for example a spare battery, a charging cradle, microSD card, etc. Not if you want to buy a phone from AT&T, though. The carrier is going big and tomorrow will start a promotion that could get you a new TV for free.
Just two days after the iPhone SE and the new iPad Pro premiere Apple introduces the iOS 9.3 update. Alongside the iOS 9.3 announcement AT&T starts sending out text messages to its eligible customers informing that from now one they may take advantage of free Wi-Fi Calling when going abroad. In order to make use of the service you only need to be an AT&T customer and have a device running the latest version of the Apple’s operating system.
This is not a secret that BOGO deals are a great way to move more units of phones that don’t sell well, but as far as recent models are concerned, such promotions are not very common. Or at least they weren’t in the past. Only a few days ago we brought you news about a BOGO deal on the Samsung Galaxy S7 and today another such promotion went live. This time round AT&T kicked off LG G5 Buy One Get One Free sale. Moreover, the carrier began accepting pre-orders on the LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition.
In mid-February AT&T launched a BOGO (Buy One Get One) deal on a number of Samsung Galaxy smartphones. We assumed that the promotion’s aim was to move as many units of older models as possible before the Galaxy S7 arrives. However, AT&T has just announced that it’s extending the offer to the latest member of the Galaxy S family. Also T-Mobile is about to kick off a BOGO deal on the Galaxy S7. Here’s all you need to know about AT&T and T-Mobile Galaxy S7 Buy One Get One Free deals.
Yesterday we had some great news for existing and future AT&T customers who are in the market for a new Samsung Galaxy device, or rather devices (in plural) since it’s a BOGO deal. Today the carrier announced a few changes to the promotion. Don’t worry, though. No more restrictions or conditions were added. In fact, AT&T extended its buy one get one free deal on iPhones and LG smartphones.
In a little over a week from today, Samsung will hold an Unpacked event in Barcelona. Although the company hasn’t issued any official statements yet, there seems to be no doubt that during the event the latest member of the Galaxy S family will be introduced to the world. When it happens, millions of users around the planet will impatiently count days until the phones hit the stores, forgetting, at least temporarily, about last year’s flagships. However, if you are in the market for a Samsung phone right now and want to get a sweet bonus, you can take advantage of AT&T’s latest promotion. As a part of the carrier’s Clearance Sale, you can get the Galaxy S6 for free if you buy any Samsung Galaxy flagship smartphone.
January is slowly coming to an end which means that some of the most anticipated phones of this year will soon be making their way to stores. In the meantime, carriers are busy making room for new arrivals by trying to move as much units from 2015 as possible. One of the best ways to do so is by offering BOGO deals. Only yesterday Verizon announced BOGO promotion on its DROID phones and starting today also AT&T gives business customers a chance to buy two phones for the price of one.
For the first time in over five years, AT&T, the nation’s second largest wireless carrier, just announced that they are bringing back unlimited data for customers, which is a great news. However, hold you horses as there will be some changes to the terms of the plan. As you may know, last year, AT&T spent $49 billion to buy DirecTV in an effort to serve up bundles of wireless, home broadband, video, and home phone services. Today, to get the unlimited data, customers will need to pay extra for either DirecTV or AT&T U-Verse services as well. Smart move AT&T.
Although this year’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday bargain frenzy went to history, it doesn’t mean that it’s the end of sale season. Sharing the Christmas spirit AT&T announced a new BOGO deal giving its customers a chance to get two top-tier Samsung Galaxy S6 phones or two iPhones 6S while paying only for one device. If the promo caught your attention, stay with us because we’re going to take a close-up at the deal.
In times of fierce competition, bumping up prices of products or services is something you don’t see very often. On the contrary, in order to attract new customers or make existing ones stay, carriers tend to offer more for less money. The thing is, however, that sometimes cutting prices is not an option and the only way to keep the business going is in fact going up the price ladder. That’s what AT&T is going to do which means bad news for customers on grandfathered plans.
AT&T is currently the only US carrier that still offers 2-year contracts to new customers. It doesn’t look like anything is going to change anytime soon, but it’s clear that the network is trying to attract more customers to its Next program by offering various deals. As a part of its latest promotion, AT&T gives away free $50 Visa card when you buy any Android phone.