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AT&T Pantech Discover Makes The Jump To Android 4.1.2 Via OTA Update

Thanks to an update released today, the AT&T Pantech Discover is making the jump to Android 4.1.2. It may be two versions behind at this point, but it still gives users access to Google Now, which is perhaps the biggest advancement that Jelly Bean has to offer. Now you would be forgiven for seeing this phone's brand and rolling your eyes, but the Discover is actually a competent device.

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Isis NFC Payments Set To Expand To The Greater United States Later In 2013

The Isis mobile payment platform backed by AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile hasn't exactly taken off, but that's to be expected: today it's only available as a trial program in Austin and Salt Lake City. The latest press release from Isis announces that the NFC-powered platform will expand nationwide later this year, though a specific date was not mentioned. Isis is widely regarded as the reason that Google Wallet remains inaccessible to most Android users on the networks of its three founding companies.

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Here's The First Press Shot Of AT&T's HTC One Mini

We've already seen plenty of HTC's One Mini for AT&T in the flesh, but a blurrycam can only go so far. Tonight, we've got one more treat – a crisp, clear press shot of the device.

While the shot doesn't hold much more information than what we already saw in our exclusive photos recently, it's interesting that the Beats Audio logo isn't sporting its typical red brand color (though the same is true for the press shots that have been released).

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[Deal Alert] Off-Contract LG Optimus G Pro Available On Amazon For $414, $24 Less Than AT&T's Recent Price Drop

It's a good time to be in the market for an LG Optimus G Pro from AT&T. Last week, the network dropped the off-contract price of the powerful handset down from $549.99 to $439.99. Now Amazon has bested that price by over $20. For just $414.96, this handset can be yours to use free of the confines of a two-year contract. I may not be in the majority with this opinion, but I find it's the only way to live.

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AT&T Rolls Out 4G LTE Availability To Eight New Markets, Expands Five Others Across The Country

AT&T is rapidly expanding its 4G LTE availability, pumping billions into the effort as it seeks to upgrade most of its network. Now the cellular provider has introduced zippier speeds to the the eight new markets listed below, along with five additional expansions. The new markets are concentrated predominantly in Alabama, California, and a couple states in the Northeast.

New Markets:

  • Greenville, AL
  • Troy, AL
  • Madera-Chowchilla, CA
  • Merced, CA
  • Vallejo-Vacaville, CA
  • New London County, CT
  • Sussex County, DE
  • Columbia, MO

The five new expansions are spread all across the country, including locations on the both coasts and one state in between.

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[Deal Alert] AT&T Drops LG Optimus G Pro To Just $439.99 Contract-Free – $110 Off The Old Price

If you've got a hankering for a beefy smartphone rocking a new Snapdragon 600, consider the AT&T Optimus G Pro. Ah, but the contract, you say. Well, AT&T has just dropped the off-contract price to $439.99. It used to be $549.99. All the contract deals have remained the same, but eBay doesn't even sell the G Pro as cheaply as AT&T does now.

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This is the AT&T-branded Optimus, remember. That means some AT&T junk on the device.

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AT&T Takes On T-Mobile With "Next" Upgrade Plan: Payment Installments On New Hardware, Trade In Option After A Year

Whether or not you want to partake in T-Mobile's "Uncarrier" experiments, they're obviously having an effect on the wider American carrier landscape. Today AT&T announced plans to counter T-Mobile's JUMP! upgrade/trade-in plan with one of their own, called Next. The Next plan will allow similar installment payments on new phones with no money down, and users will be given the option to trade in their existing phone and begin paying off a new one.

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AT&T Galaxy S4 Receives Firmware Update To Version I337UCUAMF3, Sports Improved NFC And Other Bug Fixes

Sprint may be rolling out an update to the Galaxy S4 today, but AT&T customers are not to be left out. The company is distributing an update to version I337UCUAMF3, which is not the same as that going out to Sprint users. While it's 359MB file size is remarkably similar, it ushers in a different set of bug fixes. The update also enables two additional LTE bands and improves NFC.

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Active (AT&T) Review: Finally, A Flagship Variant Worthy Of Its Name

Samsung has been muddying the waters of the Galaxy brand ever since it launched, and the Galaxy S4 has been sent to new depths, with no less than three "S4" variants following the original's release by only a few months. But the Galaxy S4 Active - the sporty, tough, waterproof version of Samsung's flagship - is the first of the company's myriad extended line that actually deserves the same name as its more mainstream brother.

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