Tag Archives: AT&T

AT&T’s 4G LTE comes to 30 new markets

AT&T has continued to expand its 4G LTe network at phenomenal pace, bringing the service to 30 new markets today, whilst expanding several more. The 30 new markets are as follows: Pine Bluff, Ark. (includes parts of Altheimer, Sheridan, Stuttgart, Redfield and White Hall) Searcy, Ark. Chico-Oroville, Calif. Grand Junction,…

AT&T customers can get HD Voice using hacked carrier update

AT&T customers, listen up. You can now use the HD voice feature of the iPhone 4S and iPhone 5; assuming you have one, of course. Recently AT&T announced plans to enable HD voice (also known as wideband audio) in an upcoming carrier update. Well, if you are too impatient to wait (like I would be), then you can install a hacked carrier update right…

AT&T adds five cities to list of LTE markets

iPhone 5, iPad, and iPad mini users on AT&T, or users of other LTE devices should be happy to learn that the network today announced that it has expanded its LTE services into five new markets, including markets in Texas and Washington. If you’re in one of these following markets, and have an LTE capable device on AT&T, you may want to check…

AT&T now allowing FaceTime over cellular

According to AppleInsider, AT&T has begun a nationwide rollout of allowing users to (finally) use FaceTime over its cellular network. The rollout allows users to use FaceTime on both LTE and HSPA+ networks, even for users that are still using the old unlimited plans. This new rollout by AT&T comes just a few weeks after the network promised…

Emergency alerts enabled for AT&T iPhone users

With the announcement of iOS 6 last year, Apple introduced a new feature that would allow AMBER Alerts and Emergency Alerts to show in the Notification Center of iOS devices, but they were not enabled for all iOS users. The notifications were enabled by carrier, and Verizon and (some) Sprint users had access to the new government alerts, but AT&T…

AT&T GoPhone service now offering 4G LTE speeds

Until recently, AT&T prepaid service called GoPhone was 3G only. However, the second-largest US carrier announced today that GoPhone customers now have access to faster data speeds on both its HSPA+ and LTE networks! As far as devices are concerned, AT&T added the Samsung Galaxy Express to its GoPhone lineup, and has stated that customers can also…

AT&T extends upgrade eligibility to 24 months

In a bid to slip some bad news under the radar whilst we all focus on WWDC, AT&T has today announced a 24 month upgrade policy across its full wireless product and service range. In a statement today, AT&T said: Today, we’re announcing a 24-month upgrade policy across all of AT&T’s wireless products and services.  This aligns device…

Apple isn’t throttling data for iPhones and iPads

Yesterday, one of the most shocking pieces of news was the unearthing of information that seemed to prove that Apple is throttling data for iPhones and iPads on AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon. While some seemed skeptical, the developer behind the claims seemed to have solid reasoning, and even released hacks to fix the alleged slower speeds on these…

iPhone making its way to AT&T’s GoPhone prepaid carrier

Starting very soon, AT&T’s prepaid MVNO will start offering official support for the iPhone on its plans. That’ll mean users will finally be able to take advantage of AT&T’s LTE and HSPA+ networks for the first time and note be restricted to just using calls and texts (no data). From today or tomorrow sometime, users will also get access to…