For customers on AT&T, the company has partnered with Aquto to deliver a service that allows subscribers to receive data free of charge, if they are willing to take surveys and do a bit of mobile shopping. Called Data Perks, those on AT&T simply download the app, browse through different offers curated from a variety of brands, and then complete tasks to receive free, usable data on your account. (more…)
Like it did with the LG G4, LG is giving away goodies to those who pick up its latest phone, the V10. This morning, AT&T announced that customers who buy the phone would receive a free micro SD card, but as it turns out, LG is doing a similar deal plus more for V10 purchases on the three US carriers it plans to sell through. (more…)
The LG V10, a new line of mega phones created by LG that seems to have caught our readers’ eyes, was first introduced through a press release on the last day of September without a firm launch time frame. Today, that changes, as AT&T and T-Mobile have both announced dates of availability.
The LG V10 will be available tomorrow (October 27) from AT&T before arriving at T-Mobile’s online shop the following day, October 28. The V10 hits T-Mobile stores on October 30. (more…)
The HTC One A9 is coming to AT&T and Sprint for sure, according to announcements from each carrier. AT&T isn’t giving out much details, only that they will sell the phone both online and in stores. Sprint, on the other hand, has confirmed a November 6 launch and $20 per month lease for the phone. (more…)
Yesterday, AT&T announced plans for NumberSync, which will allow customers to apply a single phone number to all of their connected devices, even when they are not synced via WiFi or Bluetooth. However, when speaking to re/code, T-Mobile’s operating chief Mike Sievert states that they intend to make AT&T’s NumberSync “look small.” (more…)
This morning, AT&T announced plans to launch NumberSync later this year, a network-based service that allows multiple connected devices to share the same phone number. For example, if you have a smartwatch or tablet, those devices will be able to receive calls and texts, even when not connected to your smartphone via Bluetooth. Of course, those connected devices will need to feature wireless radios, which not all of them do. (more…)
Motorola just posted a list of its phones that will receive an update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The list includes no real surprises, but a number of you noticed that in the mention of the Moto X (2nd gen), Motorola only listed the Pure Edition and no carrier variants. We originally just assumed that they left the carrier models off the list because they are working with carriers to decide what to do there, but according to Motorola’s forums manager, the decision has already been made. The decision isn’t a good one either. (more…)