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Aio Wireless Drops Plan Prices And Boosts Data Caps, Offers Additional Discounts For Customers Who Set Up Auto Pay

AT&T's prepaid brand, AIO Wireless is already a pretty cheap alternative to the big post-paid carriers, but now the carrier is reducing the cost of plans, and adding more data to some of them. It gets even better, assuming you're okay with setting up recurring payments. 

2014-02-04 10_25_37-Cell Phone Plans and Features _ No Contract Cell Phone Plans with Unlimited Data

Aio has three main plans that now clock in at $40, $50, and $60 per month. The cheap plan hasn't changed in price, but it now has 500MB of data per month instead of 250MB.

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AT&T Ends $450 Promotion Wooing T-Mobile Customers To Switch Carriers

You may have noticed that AT&T and T-Mobile are in a bit of a spat at the moment. T-Mobile offers early upgrades with no-contract financing plans, and AT&T does the same a few weeks later. T-Mo woos people with credits towards early termination fees, AT&T gives a whopping $450 of credit ($250 for trading in a T-Mo phone, $200 for transferring service) to former T-Mobile customers. But it looks like the gravy train has run out of fuel - CNET reports that the promotion is over.

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Best Buy's $50 Smartphone Credit Is Back – Register February 2-15th And Redeem Any Time In 2014

Best Buy wants to give you $50, but you're going to have to do something for Best Buy – just buy a phone. If you were planning to do that anyway, then it's a win-win. It's essentially the same deal Best Buy has been offering for the last few years. Just sign up for the promo, and then at any time in 2014 you can use the $50 credit toward a phone of your choice.

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The HTC One X 4.2.2 Update On AT&T Is Starting To Roll Out, May Come With A Tiny 16MB Pre-Update OTA

That hotly anticipated Android 4.2.2 update for the AT&T HTC One was approved for distribution yesterday, but now it's reportedly hitting devices. Users on XDA report that a small 16MB update is showing up first, then sometime later, the big 537MB update to Android 4.2.2 appears.

2014-01-29 17_19_22-HTC One X Sense 5 _ Software Updates _ HTC, U.S.

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AT&T Is Now Paying New And Existing Customers $100 To Add A New Line, Offer Valid Until March 31st

AT&T and T-Mobile have been at each other's throats for a while now, and while it should come as no surprise that there would be tension between two competitors trying to dominate the same field, things lately have become increasingly petty. Early this month, AT&T made an overt attempt to entice T-Mobile customers by offering up to $450 for them to switch carriers. T-Mobile CEO John Legere declared that AT&T was bribing customers and announced that his carrier would pay customers' early termination fees if they make the switch (from any competitor).

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AT&T Finally Approves Android 4.2.2 Update For HTC One X, Expected To Hit Devices On January 29th

There were some delays, but HTC's last-generation flagship device is getting the bump up to Android 4.2.2. Yes, AT&T has approved the OTA for its version of the HTC One X. Sadly, this will be the last new version of Android it sees. It's better than nothing, though.

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AT&T's LG G Flex Is Up For Pre-order For $299.99 On Contract, Shipping February 4th

Do you want a phone that looks like a banana and sounds like a piece of home exercise equipment? Then you want to head on over to AT&T's website, where the LG G Flex just went up for pre-order. Three hundred greenbacks will get you the new phone on contract, while you'll need a whopping $694.99 to buy it outright or spread the cost over an interest-free Next plan. The phone will ship out for pre-orders on Tuesday, February 4th.

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AT&T Expands 4G LTE Availability To New Markets In Nearly A Dozen States, Along With Puerto Rico

Earlier this month, AT&T passed the 500 mark in the race to expand the number of areas across the country with access to the carrier's 4G LTE network. The effort is ongoing, though, and the company has now officially added several more locales to the list. Customers in areas ranging from the West Coast to the Atlantic Ocean should all now notice faster data speeds when browsing on the go.

New LTE markets:

  • El Centro, CA
  • Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, CA
  • Cedar Rapids, IA
  • Jasper, IN
  • Danville, KY
  • Richmond, KY
  • Somerset, KY
  • Cadillac and Niles-Benton Harbor, MI
  • Tunica, MS
  • East Liverpool, OH
  • Erie, PA
  • New Castle, PA
  • Aguadilla-Isabela-San Sebastian, PR
  • Fajardo, PR
  • Ponce, PR
  • Barre and Burlington, VT
  • La Crosse, WI
  • Wheeling, WV

That's all for now.

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AT&T Customers Who Are 6 Months Into Their Contract Can Switch To Next Plans Starting Today

So AT&T's Next plans, with their $0 down and phone trade-in/upgrade after a year, are nifty for customers who always want the latest and greatest. They're also a valuable tool for enticing new customers away from the likes of Verizon and the ever-advancing T-Mobile. But what about AT&T customers who are stuck in a contract? Ma Bell hasn't forgotten about you: starting today, at least some AT&T contract customers can switch to a Next plan with no penalty.

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