A surprisingly high number of customers are opting to pay for their own smartphones in monthly installments, avoiding a two-year contract. And that's good news for AT&T.
AT&T's head honcho teases lower priced plans and different offers in the pre-paid arena.
A brand-new no-contract player backed by AT&T enters the cell phone rate plan ring, but without LTE.
If you own an AT&T iPhone and T-Mobile's cheaper, no-contract plans are calling you, follow this guide to make the switch.
The AT&T subsidiary lowers prices and raises data buckets for its prepaid plans, and puts a trio of Samsung phones on sale.
The refurbished 1st-gen phone pairs with TextNow's newly updated monthly plans, which start at $18.99 for unlimited everything. You can also get a 1st-gen Moto X for $149.99.
T-Mobile said it will a family plan for $100 that will allow four people to share a no-contract plan on the T-Mobile network.
Wireless contracts and device subsidies will soon go the way of the dinosaur. CNET's Marguerite Reardon explains how to navigate the changing mobile landscape.
In this Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon does the math to show you how much money wireless subscribers can save on T-Mobile's new contractless service plans.
The philanthropic carrier gives you unlimited talk, texting, and data -- but if you're thinking there's a catch, you're right.