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AT&T Matches Sprint's Samsung Galaxy S9 Offer

Preorders for the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ start today and AT&T hopes its promotion will score with customers. Similar to Sprint's offer, AT&T will give customers up to $500 in account credits through combined promotions. First, customers who port in a number from a competing carrier will be rewarded with a $150 bill credit. Show More Summary

U.S. Carriers Creating Stronger Tool to Verify Customer ID

All four major carriers in the U.S., AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless, are building a "multi-factor authentication" method that will rely on peoples' cell phones to gain account access. The system, which has been in development since last September, is expected to launch before the end of the year. Show More Summary

AT&T Continues Its Bullshit Sales Pitch For A Fake Net Neutrality Law

2 weeks agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

While Verizon, Comcast and AT&T may have convinced the FCC to repeal net neutrality, they've still got a steep, uphill climb before they can be comfortable that the repeal is on solid footing, meaning we still have some time before they begin taking full anti-competitive advantage. Show More Summary

Court Rules: Common-Carrier Status Won’t Protect ISPs From FTC Regulation

A federal court has ruled on an FTC vs. AT&T case that threatened to leave telecom providers free to conduct unfair business practices in their broadband services by letting them fall into a regulatory gap.

These will be the first cities getting 5G from Sprint and T-Mobile

Just last week, AT&T announced the first handful of cities where it’ll roll out its 5G network later this year. Today at Mobile World Congress, T-Mobile and Sprint did the same. Sprint’s first 5G networks will go live in Chicago, Los Angeles, Dallas, Atlanta, Washington, DC and Houston. T-Mobile will fire up 5G in New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Dallas first. Read More

Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Auditions

Perform at AT&T Stadium Travel to exotic locations on Annual Calendar Shoot Entertain U.S. military troops throughout the world on USO Tours Perform for National Television audiences Lend time and talent at community service events Share your knowledge and experience with kids at Camp DCC Bring smiles to residents of nursing homes and hospitals [...]

US Carriers Prep ID Protection That Goes Beyond Passwords

AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon have been working on the platform since last September through a joint taskforce.

Start of trial on AT&T, Time Warner merger may be delayed by one day

2 weeks agoNews : The Lookout

The start date for the trial over whether wireless and pay TV provider AT&T Inc can buy Time Warner Inc may be delayed by a day to March 20, Judge Richard Leon said on Friday. Leon, who is on the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, said March 19 may be needed to hear final pre-trial motions so the trial start may be pushed back. Show More Summary

No, AT&T hasn't created internet fast lanes. But... - CNET

2 weeks agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

As net neutrality rules expire, changes may start to creep into how your internet works. Not everything you hear is quite true though.

US carriers testing replacement for two-factor authentication

Major US cell phone carriers are working on a mobile authentication system that could create a new open standard. Under the banner of the Mobile Authentication Taskforce, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon say they have a solution which...Show More Summary

AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon reveal plan for new phone-number based app authentication

On Thursday the four major national U.S. carriers -- AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon -- revealed plans for a new authentication platform that could add an extra layer of security for people using apps on Apple's iPhone and other mobile devices.

No, AT&T hasn't created internet fast lanes. But... - CNET

2 weeks agoTechnology : CNET: News

As net neutrality rules expire, changes may start to creep into how your internet works. Not everything you hear is quite true though.

5G mobile hotspots could give iPhones early access; AT&T can be sued for throttling speeds

2 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

If Apple’s history is anything to go by, access to high-speed 5G services is likely to come to Android phones ahead of iPhones – but there could be a handy workaround. It’s looking like the first 5G devices to go on sale won’t be phones at all, but rather mobile hotspots … more…

AT&T Drops Unlimited Plan to $80 Per Month

AT&T has adjusted the pricing of its unlimited service and also debuted a number of discounts and deals on its television services. To start, AT&T's Unlimited Plus Enhanced plan has dropped from $90 per month for the first line to $80 per month. Show More Summary

Best AT&T deals (February 2018)

AT&T has a number of great deals on smartphones and other tech products. Here are the best ones you can get.

Court Says FTC Can Go After AT&T for Data-Speed Slow-Downs

The FTC can gun for AT&T once again, according to the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which says the agency has the purview to regulate large internet service providers. The case reaches way back to 2014 when the FTC first sued AT&T over throttling users' mobile data speeds without properly informing them. Show More Summary

Bloomberg: AT&T and Verizon plan to launch 5G hotspots

In late January, AT&T chief Randall Stephenson revealed that the carrier wants to offer customers puck-shaped 5G hotspots before phones that can handle the new speeds become available. Turns out other carriers might do the same thing. Show More Summary

A federal appeals court reaffirms FTC as internet cop - CNET

2 weeks agoTechnology : CNET: News

When the FCC repealed its net neutrality rules, it made the FTC the broadband cop on the beat. But some wondered if the FTC really had the authority to oversee companies like AT&T, which also have traditional telephone networks still regulated by the FCC.

Mavs hire former AT&T exec after report of hostile workplace

The Dallas Mavericks have hired former AT&T executive Cynthia Marshall as interim CEO a week after allegations of sexual misconduct in the workplace        

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