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AT&T has introduced two new plans for its customers that travel abroad or plan to travel abroad. The wireless carrier offers international service through its Passport program. You now have a choice of two plans to choose from.The first...
AT&T has been experiencing a nationwide outage since earlier today. After seeing many reports on social media platforms, AT&T has now acknowledged that some customers are facing issues when trying to make calls over its wireless network. According to...
While T-Mobile subscribers are enjoying Netflix with their service, Sprint has announced that it's partnering with Hulu to offer free access to Hulu's Limited Commercials plan. If you're a customer on Sprint's Unlimited Freedom plan, you can start enjoying...
U.S.'s two largest wireless carriers, AT&T and Verizon, are joining forces to build cell towers together, Verizon announced today. AT&T and Verizon are working with a third company, Tillman Infrastructure, to help build cell towers. Tillman Infrastructure is a...
Altice USA and Sprint have come to an agreement that will allow Altice to launch its own wireless service. Through the strategic MVNO agreement, Altice will use Sprint's network to become a wireless carrier, the two companies announced last...
T-Mobile and Sprint had been in talks for a while now to have possible merger between the two companies. In a joint statement however, it appears that both wireless carriers have decided to call off their merger.In the brief...
For a while now, Sprint parent company Softbank has been in talks with Deutsche Telekom to work out a merger between Sprint and T-Mobile. According to Nikkei, however, this may not happen after all.Softbank, parent company of Sprint now plans...
T-Mobile seems to be excelling in just about everything these days, with the exception of signal (it's improving). The "uncarrier" moves that the wireless company has been doing, such as getting rid of hidden fees, taxes, and bringing back...
Sprint-owned Boost Mobile is offering a pretty sweet deal, if you're in the market for a new wireless plan. Boost Mobile, Sprint's prepaid brand, just fired shots at MetroPCS and T-Mobile. Earlier this week, MetroPCS brought out an offer...
Verizon it seems is always looking to make extra money off of its customers. This move doesn't seem to surprise anyone. Not too long ago, Verizon split its widely-popular unlimited plan into two different data plans, at the same...

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