Samsung’s mammoth 18.5-inch Galaxy View tablet has been spotted being put through its paces on GFXBench recently, and now a possible LTE variant has cleared the FCC sporting AT&T branding. This variant goes under the model number SM-T677A. Read more
If you’re in the market for Samsung’s super-sized flagship smartphone of 2014, the Galaxy Note 4, you may want to listen up as independent retailer ‘UsedPhoneOutlet’ has just kicked off a sale for the device on eBay. You can bag yourself a pre-owned, AT&T-branded 32GB LTE model for $299 while stock lasts.
US Cellular has announced a new set of data plans for customers that are designed to be a little more streamlined than their old offerings, all while still being cheaper than either AT&T or Verizon. The plans don’t go quite as far as Verizon’s newer plans in terms of being simpler, but they are cheaper, so that’s worth something. Read more
A new report out of The Verge states that AT&T is in a debate with the FCC over why carriers such as T-Mobile and Sprint didn’t need approval for Wi-Fi calling. As it stands, T-Mobile and Sprint already have Wi-Fi calling capabilities and AT&T does not.
It would appear that AT&T is attempting to steal the spotlight from Google today as it has now started rolling out the long-awaited and very much-anticipated Lollipop update for all its carrier-branded models of the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 located in the United States.
Need to block a phone number on your Android device but aren’t sure how? Good There are plenty of ways to block a phone number on Android, though it can be different for different types of devices. For instance, blocking a number on the Galaxy S6 Edge+ can be different than doing it on the Moto X Pure Edition. Either way, if you need a way to block a number, you have options whether it be through your phone’s own settings or in a more roundabout way with third-party apps. Blocking a number can be important for a lot of reasons, so we’ve made sure to provide steps and options that work for everybody.
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