The prepaid brand of the second biggest wireless carrier in America has decided to debut a new unlimited plan, as well as new smartphone devices and some discounts. Indeed, AT&T’s Cricket Wireless is introducing a new promotional plan that is only made available for a limited time.
It is pretty understandable for any average mobile user to not expect too much from a smartphone device that costs only a hundred bucks. But ZTE’s Blade Spark is such a solid offering for its price that it just might lord over other $100 handsets.
The second biggest wireless carrier in America is fully confident that it did the right thing in deciding to prioritize License Assisted Access (LAA) over LTE Unlicensed (LTE-U) technology. Although these forms of LTE wireless technology are expected to be made commercially available at the same time, some are saying that LAA would take lesser time to hit the market as compared to LTE-U.
AT&T has taken the opportunity to relaunch its existing GoPhone prepaid arm as AT&T Prepaid. For good measure, the second biggest wireless carrier in the United States also introduced a new promotional deal, which basically offers a couple of free months of mobile service to customers who decide to activate and keep the new line on specific qualified plans.
It was in April of 2015 that AT&T had decided to take legal action against the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in order to challenge the agency’s implementation of new net neutrality rules that were just recently published in the Federal Register at that time.
AT&T has announced this week that it has successfully rolled out its Fixed Wireless Internet service for rural and underserved areas to 70,000 locations spread throughout nine states in America, namely Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee.
According to the results of a new study recently conducted by PCMag.com, Verizon Wireless’ network is still the fastest compared to the other members of the Big Four mobile operators in the United States (AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint).
When Samsung’s newest flagship devices -- the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus -- debuted back in March early this year, the handsets generated some buzz because of its Infinity display screen (among many other things).
AT&T’s unlimited options include the Unlimited Plus, a high end plan that comes with a price of $90, and Unlimited Choice, a more affordable plan at $60 (but with connection speeds limited to 3 mbps and video content streamed at 480p standard def).
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