Looking for a steal of a deal on the new Moto X (2nd gen)? Amazon has the best prices on both the AT&T and Verizon models. If you are interested in the black leather model on AT&T, you are looking at $0 for the device with a 2-year contract. If you want the new Moto X in black resin, you can pick one up on either AT&T or Verizon for just $1 with a 2-year contract.
The bamboo models on each haven’t necessarily been discounted at Amazon, though they are still cheaper than through the carriers (AT&T for $69.99, Verizon for $79.99). (more…)
Samsung is marketing a ton of different wearables currently, but some of them remain exclusive to overseas markets. Starting next week, you can cross the Gear S off that list, as Samsung announced that Best Buy and a bevy of carriers – AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon – will begin selling the smartwatch on November 7. (more…)
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) made a complaint against AT&T public this morning, claiming that over the course of the past few years, every time AT&T throttled a customer who had an unlimited data plan, it was breaking the law.
To be exact, this complaint is in direct relation to a press release which AT&T released back in July of 2011, which announced AT&T planned to throttle its top data users, but would make sure the users knew they were going to be throttled after they used a specific amount of data. From the FTC’s findings, AT&T was not very good at notifying its customers with texts or emails, ultimately throttling 3.5 million users to the tune of 25 million times. (more…)
With LG announcing global availability for the G Watch R beginning in November, AT&T confirmed today that the company will carry the Android Wear device in-store, with pricing and an exact launch date coming at a later time. (more…)
AT&T announced availability for the Galaxy Mega 2 from Samsung this week, which will begin on October 24 for $149.99 on a two-year contract. The device is for those who enjoy the larger type of devices, as the phone features an enormous 6″ HD display. (more…)
Now that the Nexus 6 is official and all details are known, you probably want to know when and where you can get one, right? For the first time in the history of a Nexus device, the phone should be easy to get at every major carrier, assuming you either want to sign a contract or pay a pretty hefty full retail price. According to Google, AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, and US Cellular will all carry the device, but you you will be able to get it through Google Play and Motorola’s store as well. (more…)
See that? That would be a listing for the Motorola Nexus 6, already on AT&T’s site before Google has officially announced the phone. (more…)
Traveling abroad? AT&T introduced three new international travel plans today, all under the name Passport. The plans, well, aren’t great deals, but they are the only options you have if you want AT&T service when visiting another country. The plans start at $30 per 30 days and go up to $120, depending on the type of service you want. (more…)