Posts tagged “AT&T”
Limited supply of the phones will go on sale today at Apple stores in U.S. "I like the design. It's sleek — I think it's cool!" an early buyer says.
Apple, meanwhile, says a “limited number” of the iPhone 4s will be available in its retail stores on Thursday. AT&T says it is focusing on customers who pre-ordered the smartphones.
Analyst increases sales projection by 1 million phones. The launch of the iPhone 4 looks set to cause long lines at stores next week, because Apple and AT&T have stopped taking "pre-orders" for the device.
FCC commissioner’s plan for so-called “net neutrality” plan faces stiff resistance from the broadband providers themselves, such as AT&T and Verizon. But several big Internet companies favor changes. FCC offers live webcast coverage of event.
As wireless subscribers explode in number, usage from voice to data climbs ever higher, speed improves and competition drives better service, true mobile broadband is becoming a reality.
If you're a current AT&T subscriber, the company applies a secret formula to determine if you're eligible for the new-subscriber price. If you're not, you'll pay $399 for the cheaper phone or $499 for the one with more storage
Apple’s CEO asked bloggers and other people in the room to turn off their wireless connections and put their computers on the floor. "I think bloggers have a right to blog, but if we want to see the demos we're going to have to do it," he said.
Ahead of new iPhone launch, AT&T rolls out new lower price plans with caps on usage. Subscribers who use little data or learn to limit their consumption will pay slightly less every month than they do now, while heavy users will be dinged with extra consumption fees.