AT&T extends a $10 DirecTV offer to Unlimited Choice subscribers.
AT&T completes their initial rollout of fixed wireless internet for rural and underserved areas in Georgia.
T-Mobile is set to go head-to-head with AT&T and Verizon giving wireless customers more options. With its recent $8 Billion acquisition of low-band spectrum (600MHz), T-Mobile may offer the kind of strong coverage claimed by the two carrier giants.
If you keep up with WhistleOut’s news feed, you know that cell phone carriers are dropping, modifying, adding on to and launching cell phone plans constantly. That’s why it’s important to keep up with the goings-on of your carrier.
In a move to make their not-so-affordable $90 Unlimited Plus plan seem a bit more palatable, AT&T has thrown in free access to HBO. But there's a catch.
If you think an unlimited data plan guarantees you a limitless amount of uninterrupted high speed data, you’re wrong. Inside the caveat of caveats aka data deprioritization lies the broken promise of endless high speed data. Here’s why:
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