Tag: smartphones

No, AT&T Customers Are Using 5G

If you are an AT&T customer and you start seeing a 5G logo appear on your device, it is only for show. You are still using 4G LTE….


Target Offering Up To $200 For Your iPhone 5

As the new iPhone 5S was announced this week, you were sure that everyone would begin looking to see how much they can trade in their old iPhone 5 and who has the better deal. Currently, Target is offering up to $200 for anyone looking to trade-in their old iPhone 5. The retailer announced on…


Microsoft Office Coming to Android This Week

I’ve had a Windows 8 Phone for a few months now and while it’s a great phone, I’m ready to go back to Android with my tail tucked between my legs. For me, the Android OS is the perfect fit with its great customization features, app support, and wide array of devices to choose from….


AT&T Follows Verizon’s Lead: Upgrade Increases To 24 Months

Back in April, Verizon haters were already spewing out venom at their decision to do away with the 20-month upgrade policy and increase it to a full two-year upgrade policy. It didn’t take long for AT&T to do the same thing. It only took two months for them to align themselves with the Big Red,…


AT&T’s New Administrative Charge Will Rack In Millions

We have always said that AT&T hates their smartphone customers. This isn’t likely to change that. It seems that AT&T has started charging their post-paid contracts a $0.61 monthly fee (which breaks down to $7.32 per year) on May 1st. The charge is being labeled a “Mobility Administrative Fee” which AT&T describes will “help cover…


AT&T Willing To Unlock Their Phones

It has always been common knowledge that AT&T hates their smartphone customers. Okay, it has always been my perception that AT&T has always hated their smartphone customers. It seems that they know something other people don’t. I only say this because they are doing something out-of-character: unlocking phones for their customers. Of course, like in…