The new promotion cut the price of the 32GB HTC One and kicked in a portable Bluetooth speaker, but it was all a mistake made by AT&T.
Keeping to its promise of a Q4 release, AT&T announces its first 4G LTE smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket and HTC Vivid.
Hold off from pre-ordering an iPhone 4S directly from AT&T's mobile Web site if you want to keep your grandfathered-in Data Unlimited plan. Use a non-mobile browser instead.
Thanks to seamless background compression, the new Onavo app promises to give you a lot more bang for your data buck. But does it really work?
And while you're at it, a few strategic voice/data plan selections can get your monthly AT&T bill down as low as $55. Still pricey, sure, but at least reasonable.
Following on the heels of AT&T, the carrier may introduce tiered pricing for its data plans as smartphone use surges, Verizon CFO John Killian said in a BusinessWeek interview.
In a much-publicized move, the carrier will do away with unlimited wireless data starting Monday. Here's everything you need to know.
With a new iPhone expected in a week, is AT&T getting more aggressive with its data usage rates?
With new pricing plans, iPhone carrier AT&T is looking to lure average consumers to its smartphone data services. Can Verizon be far behind?