If having extreme battery life is more important to you than having a phone that fits comfortably in your pocket, Mophie has you covered. It produces extended battery cases for phones that make them monstrously huge, and the G4 Juice Pack is on sale for $10 in AT&T stores. That's down from $100. Read More
Samsung's newest Galaxy phones are arguably the company's best yet, and the Galaxy S7 Edge is the cream of the crop. Its powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor and 4GB of RAM ensure that users are never left wanting, the vibrant 5.5-inch Quad HD Edge display features some of the best display tech on the market today, and expandable storage allows users to store as much data as they want on their mobile. Pair that with Android Marshmallow, wireless charging, and IP68 water resistance, and you have one of the best smartphones on the planet.
If you've been considering the S7 Edge for your daily driver, AT&T has a solid deal going right now: zero dollars down and free shipping. Read More
If you're one to always jump on the newest and best smartphones, the latest from Samsung is undoubtedly on your radar. And when a smaller, slightly more manageable handset is what you're looking for, the Galaxy S7 is probably your best bet — its 5.1-inch quad HD display keeps the device's overall footprint small while the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor and 4GB of RAM keeps everything snappy and responsive.
That's not all the GS7 has going for it, either — Samsung brought back the expandable storage option for this model, which is a pretty big deal to those who love to keep tons of stuff stored on their phones. Read More
Changing carriers can be a real pain. In fact, a lot of people probably stick with their current carrier just to avoid the headache — even if they're unhappy with the service. AT&T wants to ease the pain and frustration a little bit by offering users who switch from another carrier up to $650 in credit per line. For a family, that can potentially be a huge savings. Here's how it works.
You buy a new smartphone from AT&T on a Next plan (both the phone and plan are your choice, of course) and port your existing number over. Check out the AT&T Buyback website and trade in your current smartphone — keep in mind that it must be eligible and not all phones are worth the same amount. Read More
The LG G Pad X 10.1 isn't the most notable tablet in the world. Its specs are middling at best, its styling is inoffensive, and it isn't any particular bargain. But it does have one claim to fame, at least if you have the AT&T LTE version: it's the first tablet to support NumberSync, the service that allows users to seamlessly use one number across multiple devices for phone calls and texts. Previously the service was limited to Apple devices (piggybacking off of Apple ID) and the Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch. Read More
The writing isn't quite on the wall for traditional cable and satellite television - not so long as companies like Comcast can manipulate the market with artificial monopolies and data caps, anyway - but things are definitely looking up for cord-cutters. The latest fruit of the union between American telecom AT&T and satellite TV giant DirecTV is a series of TV packages that don't require, well, TV packages. These data-only streaming options will become available some time in the fourth quarter of 2016, according to an AT&T press release.
Said packages will come in three flavors. First, DirecTV Now, an all-digital streaming TV service that will offer "much of what is available from DirecTV today," including on-demand programming and premium networks. Read More
Device insurance is a contentious issue—it's expensive, and you probably won't ever need it. However, if you do destroy or lose a phone, you'd probably much rather pay an insurance deductible than buy a new device. If you like to play it safe, AT&T has open enrollment for insurance now through April 30th. Read More
The G5 has just been announced by LG in Barcelona prior to the start of Mobile World Congress. During the press conference, LG didn't clarify the price, availability countries, or dates of its new quirky modular flagship, but the details are starting to surface right now. Read More
Alright Samsung fanboys, the wait for the Galaxy S7 announcement is over, and now the wait for product launch day begins. If you already know that the S7 or S7 Edge will be your next device, then you can now reserve one for yourself by pre-ordering with any of the four major US carriers. Here are the pre-order links along with the full retail price from each carrier.
All four carriers project delivery on or before March 11th. Read More
It's that time of the announcement cycle: as everyone fawns over Samsung's newest toys, carriers are tripping over themselves to tell you when you can buy them. The "big five" US carriers have all confirmed their support for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, to greater or lesser degrees, which are expected to land in various markets sometime in March. Let's break it down, shall we?
AT&T says it's happy to take your pre-orders for the new phones starting on February 23rd, and they'll be available in retail stores on March 11th. They'd also like you to know that in addition to official Death Star service, they integrate well with DirecTV. Read More