Federal regulators are letting AT&T use an unused part of the airwaves for mobile broadband, potentially increasing the speed and capacity of its new LTE network.
AT&T said that it will be selling Nokia smartphones that run Windows Phone 8, Microsoft’s upcoming software release. The phones are part of Nokia’s attempt to stem its rapid decline.
The parent of cell phone company T-Mobile on Tuesday said that it is in talks to buy smaller MetroPCS, a deal that could shore up two struggling players in the U.S. wireless industry.
Volunteering AT&T employes went to Richardson High School Wednesday to introduce junior and senior students to the It Can Wait no texting campaign, that includes emotional filmed testimonials.
AT&T is leading a nationwide push to stop the deadly habit of texting while driving. The company hopes to spread one key message to drivers tempted by their phones: it can wait.
AT&T said that it set a sales record for the iPhone 5, with customers ordering more of them than any previous iPhone model on the first day of preorders and over the weekend.
Delivery times climbed quickly as Apple started taking orders for their new iPhone 5 on Friday. Initial shipments sold out within one hour, suggesting stronger demand than expected.
The Longhorn Network has added a major television provider just in time for its second season of Texas football. AT&T said it would carry the network with its U-Verse TV service.
With Verizon and AT&T piling on more restrictions to their mobile data plans, T-Mobile is going the opposite route with a new truly unlimited plan starting on September 5.
MetroPCS, a wireless phone company that targets low-income households, is cutting the price on its unlimited data service, going against the flow of the biggest phone companies.
AT&T launched a campaign to persuade customers to give up texting and driving. The wireless provider is calling on drivers, particularly teens, to take a pledge to stop what they call the “dangerous practice” of texting while driving.
Phone companies are losing the high-speed internet game. In the second quarter, the landline phone industry lost broadband subscribers for the first time.