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AT&T thanks its customers with a new rewards program launching this summer

AT&T Thanks Appreciation Program
AT&T is going to make this summer a lot more entertaining for its customers. On Thursday, the service provider announced AT&T thanks, a new appreciation program that doesn't require any unnecessary legwork on the part of the customer: "No sign-ups. No fees. No waiting periods."

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Jacob Siegal

June 3rd

Mobile

AT&T Next dropping two monthly payment plans, promoting optional down payments

Changes are coming to AT&T’s Next program starting in June. AT&T Next, the company’s monthly payment program for buying smartphones and tablets, is shifting from four options to two options and adding ways to lower the monthly payment.

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Zac Hall

May 23rd

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AT&T is finally simplifying the way it sells smartphones

AT&T Purchase And Upgrade Plans
Buying a smartphone used to be a relatively straightforward experience. You'd simply walk into your local carrier and fork over some cash for a new device and, more often than not, a new 2-year contract. But over time, carriers got tired of subsidizing pricey smartphones, a sentiment which quickly ushered in the era of installment pricing. Today, buying a new smartphone or upgrading to a new device can be an exercise in frustration thanks to a dizzying matrix of installment plan pricing options. To help alleviate the frustration, AT&T today announced a welcome change to its smartphone purchasing plan that promises to make the overall upgrade experience much simpler.

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Yoni Heisler

May 23rd

Mobile

ISPs’ latest dirty trick is removing data caps if you pay for TV

AT&T Internet Caps
Cable companies that have long milked cable subscriptions for profit are worried about how they're going to replace that cash among new generations of cable-cutters. But maybe, just maybe, they won't have to. DSL Reports has spotted a trend among ISPs that at first glance, looks pretty good: AT&T and Bend will both remove their broadband caps if users also bundle TV and home phone. It looks like a deal for customers -- no fee to remove data caps! -- but really, it's an out-and-out money grab.

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Chris Mills

May 13th

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The magic words you can use to lower your phone and internet bills

How To Lower Your Phone And Internet Bills
Would you like to pay less for your monthly phone and internet bills? Of course you would -- but you shouldn't assume the same tactics for negotiating lower bills will work across all different carriers and ISPs. Expert shopper Kyle James has written a post over at WiseBread that gives you the lowdown on different strategies to use at some of the major ISPs out there including Comcast, AT&T and Verizon.

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Brad Reed

May 12th

Mobile

AT&T finally has an answer for the Un-carrier, but AT&T subscribers can’t have it

T-Mobile Vs ATT Cricket Wireless
Are you an AT&T subscriber who would like to see your carrier offer unlimited talk, text and data deals like Sprint and T-Mobile do? You can already get an unlimited data plan from AT&T right now, but only if you're a DirecTV subscriber. Barring that, your next best option is to switch to Cricket Wireless, an AT&T prepaid subsidiary that's now offering unlimited talk, text and data for just $70 a month. For the record, this is better than T-Mobile's best offer of $95 per month for unlimited talk, text and data.

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Brad Reed

April 15th

Mobile

AT&T just increased fees to upgrade to a new phone – even if you bring your own

AT&T Upgrade Fee Increase
AT&T customers, you're being selfish. You're not already spending enough money each month on your wireless bill, and it's time to stop being so greedy with your hard-earned cash. Instead of saving your money or putting it to work for you using one of the life-changing apps we told you about recently, you should give it to AT&T because, well, just because. The nation's second largest carrier saw an opening earlier this week when Verizon's new smartphone upgrade fee went live. So, beginning immediately, AT&T will charge users a bogus $20 fee to upgrade to a new phone instead of the bogus $15 fee it had been charging.

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Zach Epstein

April 7th

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AT&T’s Wi-Fi Calling Is Now a Cheap Way to Phone Home From Overseas

In case Google’s free voice calling or Skype wasn’t enough for you, iPhone users on AT&T now have a stupid-simple way to keep in touch when they’re travelling.

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Chris Mills

March 23rd

Apple

AT&T now officially supports Wi-Fi Calling for international travels

AT&T is currently sending out text messages letting eligible customers know that they may use Wi-Fi Calling when traveling abroad. Users on iOS 9.3 will be able to use Wi-Fi Calling when traveling abroad to place calls that won’t accrue airtime charges.

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Greg Barbosa

March 23rd

Apple

Mac

AT&T and Comcast lobby to kill more competition in Tennessee

AT&T Comcast Tennessee Municipal Broadband

You know what incumbent Internet service providers don't like? That's right: Competition. They especially don't like it when that competition comes in the form of government-funded municipal broadband projects like the one that's been a big success in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The good news for incumbent ISPs about such municipal broadband projects, however, is they can be constrained or shut down with the help of effective lobbying operations.

In case you don't know, Comcast and AT&T have very effective lobbying operations.

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Brad Reed

March 17th

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