AT&T announced last week it would retire its $29.99 per month unlimited data pricing plan in favor of offering new subscribers a tiered model based on usage--according to AT&T, the new plans
AT&T (NYSE:T) is holding preliminary talks with India's Reliance, the country's second-largest wireless carrier, about buying a minority stake in the company, according to multiple reports.
If current iPhone users want to add the newly announced tethering feature to their iPhone data plan when they upgrade to the iPhone OS 4, they will have to give up their unlimited data plan and opt
The push to build a nationwide, interoperable public-safety broadband network remains mired in a dispute over whether the FCC should auction the D Block of the 700 MHz band or give it directly to
Yesterday AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) bravely stepped into the world of usage-based data pricing with the announcement that it will stop selling unlimited mobile data plans to new customers that buy
Reactions ranging from praise to disgust have emerged following AT&T's (NYSE:T) major revamp of its smartphone data plans. In short, unlimited data pricing is a thing of the past on all
AT&T announced an overhaul of its data pricing approach. Effective June 7, 2010, the day of Steve Job's opening remarks at Apple's World Wide Developer Conference, all AT&T smartphone
AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) this morning made the nation's first definitive step toward tiered data pricing by instituting usage limits on what were previously unlimited smartphone data plans.
AT&T Mobility announced a major revamp of its smartphone data plans, including the ability for iPhone and other smartphone users to tether--a feature iPhone users have been waiting for since the
In a rare public appearance, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) CEO Steve Jobs at the AllThingsD D8 conference discussed some hot button topics including Apple's blocking of Adobe Flash on the iPhone and iPad,