There are countless examples of carriers trying to convince people they need a new phone, but this latest example from AT&T is especially worrying. Through an email going out to thousands of customers, AT&T is warning that those users need to upgrade their phones to avoid losing the ability to make voice calls. The problem? That won’t happen for nearly two years.
AT&T Stories July 23
AT&T Stories May 20
5G smartphones are a thing now, and networks are slowly rolling out to match that. AT&T, though, has been blatantly misleading customers for a while with its “5G Evolution” branding. Now, a decision has been made that AT&T will stop using that branding, but the company won’t be removing the “5Ge” icon from Android phones anytime soon.
AT&T Stories March 27
T-Mobile, AT&T, Cricket add $15/mo plans with 2GB of data during coronavirus pandemic
In the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, millions are losing their sources of income and need to stay connected remotely more than ever before. To help customers stay connected, T-Mobile, AT&T, and Cricket are adding super-affordable 2GB plans for $15 per month during the coronavirus pandemic.
AT&T Stories March 5
AT&T launches faster 5G+ w/ mmWave, works on Galaxy S20, Ultra
5G connectivity is finally becoming real in 2020 with some networks providing widespread coverage throughout the United States. This week, AT&T is expanding its 5G network by flipping the switch on mmWave connectivity in select markets.
AT&T Stories March 2
Last year, AT&T was working on a trial for an alternative to traditional cable, with everything powered by a custom Android TV box. Today, AT&T TV is going live nationwide for everyone who wants to sign up, but there’s a bit of a catch.
AT&T Stories October 25, 2019
Here’s a shocker. All four major US carriers — Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile — have just announced that they’re joining forces to deliver RCS messaging in the US for Android smartphones in 2020.