Picking up a new phone plan is definitely a challenging task. It requires analyzing your requirements and your budget. Then you can choose the phone plan suitably. Some of the top brands such as Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile have come up with mobile plans offering high speed data services at nominal prices. Before you […]Continue reading
Every homeowner might have experienced setting up a phone service at their residence at least once, usually after having chosen from among the best phone deals they could find at the time. Doing this does not take nearly as much effort as it used to in the past days. Now, you only need to find […]Continue reading
In its relentless push for modernizing its existing telephony networks, AT&T® has introduced a new service known as real-time text (RTT). The launch of this new service will replace the TTY technology that it had relied for about 50 years. The newly introduced real-time text (RTT) is actually a text-based service that will remove many […]Continue reading
Experts say that a longstanding rule needing AT&T to offer landline services to many of the residents of Illinois might go away, but many of the watchdog agencies claim that the proposal needs more safeguards to offer protection to low income and rural customers of AT&T. It is reported that an Illinois Senate committee offered […]Continue reading
AT&T, one of the best internet providers in the US, is speeding up the development of a LTE-M network and si gearing up to deploy it by the mid-2017. LTE-M is an IoT network that is currently used in tracking shipping containers and pallets, monitoring water usage, and connecting fleets. In a recent press release, […]Continue reading
Reports indicate that the telecom giant, AT&T is planning to discontinue their Voice DNA service for small businesses. However, one of the current AT&T subscriber, Concord, a California-based law firm Roscha & Odne LLP, shared their concern on AT&T’s new plan and stated that if the telecom company goes forward with this plan, then they […]Continue reading
The telecom giant, AT&T recently raised their non-contract phone upgrade and activation fee to $25. The previous fee that non-contract AT&T customers had to pay was just $20. AT&T customers, who have bought the providers phone services, were excluded from paying upgrade or activation fee until July 2015. In addition to that, the customers, who […]Continue reading
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