As if the excitement surrounding the new Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge smartphones is not enough to help drive sales, AT&T is offering to throw a new television set in the mix subject to certain requirements. The TV is a Samsung 48-inch LED model that normally retails for $450. To take advantage of this deal, consumers have to buy one of Samsung’s new flagship smartphones using an AT&T Next plan and activate a new AT&T line or new DIRECTV service.
Samsung has released a substantial update to its Samsung+ app, which now features live device feedback and Samsung Assist for remote support.
In the U.K., wireless carrier Vodafone saw an already troubled public image tumble even further if the number of complaints filed with watchdog agency Ofcom is an indication. According to Ofcom, during the final quarter of 2015 pay-monthly subscribers filed 32 complaints for every 100,000 customers. That may not seem like many, but it is more than double the figure for the same period in 2014 and is much higher than other carriers.
Customers with Cricket Wireless who have been waiting around for an affordable new phone from Samsung finally have the Galaxy Amp Prime to consider. Starting today, the carrier is selling the phone online and in stores for $149.
A memo has leaked indicating that Verizon will be adding a number of different $20 upgrade fees next week.
According to an image shared by TmoNews, T-Mobile is planning to launch new Simple Choice Data Only rate plans, which will include unlimited texting.
Because you can never have too many mobile hotspots in your lineup, AT&T is now selling the new Unite Explore. But at least this one is a little different with its rugged design.
In a strange twist of fate, Verizon Enterprise Solutions finds itself the victim of a data breach that has exposed 1.5 million customer accounts to hackers. Normally Verizon Enterprise is leading the way in helping businesses, many on the Fortune 500 list, avoid this kind of situation, so finding themselves victims is particularly painful.
Verizon has begun pushing out a new update to both the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. Both smartphones have been experiencing issues with Wi-Fi and a cellular connection, which should be fixed with this new patch.
The Galaxy J1 is a relatively new smartphone out of the Korean tech giant that features low-end specs and a competitive price point. According to famous tipster Evan Blass who posted on Twitter, the handset could be on its way to U.S. carrier AT&T.
The debate about T-Mobile’s Binge On, net neutrality, and data caps only gets more exciting as time goes in, especially now that Netflix has admitted that they’ve been throttling video streams to customers on Verizon and AT&T’s network. It’s been doing this for the past five years to save data for customers, since both of those carriers have heavy-handed data caps.
Sprint announced a new 30-day satisfaction guarantee program today, where the carrier will refund the cost of a device and service charges to a customer if they aren’t satisfied within that 30-day period.
Update (1:20PM ET): Verizon reached out to Talk Android to clarify that the carrier’s Gear S2 is not yet getting iOS support. It was incorrectly mentioned in the changelog for today’s update.