Posts Tagged ‘AT&T’

A new test proves exactly what we all assumed – AT&T iPhones with 5GE speeds are no faster than those that use Verizon or T-Mobile where the same network upgrades have taken place.

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When AT&T customers noticed that their phones were showing 5G symbols, eyebrows were raised. The phones are showing a 5G E logo, which isn’t actually a real standard. To that end, Sprint is suing AT&T over the move.

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iOS 12.2 beta 2 has just brought AT&T 5G E Evolution to iPhones. Here is everything you need to know about this development.

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AT&T is cracking down on piracy by cutting off service to customers caught in such activity. Here’s everything you need to know.

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AT&T has said that eSIM support will arrive before the end of the year thanks to technical issues, with both Verizon and T-Mobile also delaying their launch.

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AT&T may have only just finished its buyout of Time Warner but the company is already working on the next big thing with the announcement of a new TV service that it calls WatchTV.

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AT&T has taken the wraps off of the Smart Wi-Fi Extender, a device that is designed to enable a stronger Wi-Fi signal throughout homes in which a connection may prove troublesome without it.

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AT&T is currently in the process of rolling out its new deceivingly named “5G Evolution” service to its subscribers in the Indianapolis area. Here are the details.

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Coming after both T-Mobile and Verizon jumped back onto the unlimited data plan bandwagon, AT&T has now announced plans to do exactly the same thing. The carrier’s new unlimited data plan will debut on February 17, and will be available to everyone on existing postpaid plans.

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AT&T has today announced that it will be launching its 5G network in two U.S. cities, Austin and Indianapolis, towards the end of 2017.

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CarrierCrack has been updated once again, this time adding AT&T carrier hack support on iPhone running iOS 10. Here are the details on this release.

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AT&T customers who still own 2G phones such as the original iPhone will be looking to upgrade their devices, with the company having announced the discontinuation of its 2G wireless network.

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