New plans that offer more data for your dollar and free calls and texts to Canada and Mexico help AT&T stay competitive against T-Mobile and Sprint.
CNET's tech advice columnist Marguerite Reardon tries to help a confused AT&T wireless customer figure out the best service plan for him and his wife.
AT&T tops expectations for its second-quarter earnings, and manages to grow its base despite losing core phone customers.
The offer is targeted at rival AT&T, which just closed its acquisition of DirecTV and began offering its own bundles of discounted wireless and satellite TV services.
The move is part of AT&T's ongoing strategy to eliminate smartphone subsidies among third-party retailers and convince more customers to go the installment route.
AT&T is in the process of eliminating service contracts and subsidies for its retail partners. But they will still be available at AT&T stores.
The wireless provider follows cable and wireless industry associations in seeking help from the courts.
CNET's Marguerite Reardon takes a look at T-Mobile's new plan to entice wireless customers to jump ship from their existing carriers.
AT&T's Digital Life and Drive platforms are joining forces so you can tap into your home security and automation set up straight from your car.
This is the third time that AT&T has added unlimited calling to Mexico in its different plans. The company previously brought it to World Connect Value and its subisidiary Cricket Wireless.