Tag Archives: AT&T

Netflix to start offering option to adjust video streaming quality while using cellular connection

Users who have been streaming Netflix content over a cellular connection know very well how real the struggle is. Every time they start streaming a new TV show episode, they are bombarded with guilt knowing that they are burning more data with this decision. And sequentially, this decision often follows with regret since they have used up their allotted…

The TiP Weekly: More iPhone 6c rumors, AT&T dropping 2-year contracts, Apple trademarking more Beats stations, and more!

Welcome to The TiP Weekly, where we summarize the week’s news and suggest some of our favorite apps, podcasts, albums, and more! Here we are: 2016! Looking back on 2015, Apple was very busy. But all of the things that they launched, including the Apple Watch, Apple TV, and iPad Pro, are just a start. Where will Apple take these devices and their…

AT&T will get rid of two-year contracts on January 8

AT&T has long loathed the use of two-year contracts, but the end of two-year contracts is on it’s way, according to an internal document leaked by Engadget. The document states that beginning on January 8, customers will only have the choice of either buying their phone outright or putting it on an installment plan. So, if you’re on AT&T and want…

AT&T will raise prices on grandfathered unlimited data plans

According to CNBC, AT&T will raise the prices of grandfathered unlimited data plans from $30 to $35 starting in February 2016. AT&T has left a note on its website and will be the first price change since the plan has seen in seven years. And while the plan is no longer being offered, a small number of users are still holding onto the plan. The…

The TiP Weekly: iPhone 7 rumors, iPad Pro with 3D touch, and more!

Welcome to The TiP Weekly, where we summarize the week’s news and suggest some of our favorite apps, podcasts, albums, and more! This week there’s a mixture of iPhone 7 rumors, iPad Pro hacks, and T-Mobile unveils Uncarrier Unwrapped. Top Stories Report: Apple will get rid of headphone jack in iPhone 7 The current generation iPhone 6s…

Sprint enables Wi-Fi calling for all iPhones

With the release of iOS 9.1, Sprint has finally announced that they will be offering Wi-Fi calling for all iPhone users. This means Sprint will be joining T-Mobile and AT&T in the U.S. The feature will allow customers who are in poor coverage areas to take advantage of the Wi-Fi network to be able to make a phone call. On top of that, Sprint will also…

AT&T enables Wi-Fi Calling, still questioning FCC on competition

  iOS 9 added support for Wi-Fi calling to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s. AT&T has finally been given the go ahead by the FCC and has flipped the switch to enable Wi-Fi Calling on their network. However, questions still exist as to why T-Mobile and Sprint enabled Wi-Fi Calling earlier. Wi-Fi Calling itself is a useful feature. Essentially,…