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T-Mobile Strives To Improve Coverage Among Smaller And Rural Carriers

According to the latest results from wireless testing firm RootMetrics, Verizon is the top wireless service carrier in the U.S., followed closely by AT&T in second place, then T-Mobile and Sprint, which just dropped one position to fall behind T-Mobile in the past month, reported CNET. Show More Summary

Rumour: Microsoft’s new Cityman and Talkman flagships coming to both AT&T and T-Mobile

With Microsoft’s change in direction in July this year, they also signalled a change in their relationship with carriers, saying Microsoft would focus “on the channels and markets that offer the best returns.” With rumours that Verizon will not be offering Microsoft’s new flagships in stores, and T-Mobile rapidly phasing out the Lumia 640 after […]

Vikings vs. Cowboys live stream: Time, TV schedule and how to watch online

The Cowboys need to find a replacement for their top corner and will get a look at the candidates Saturday night when the Vikings visit AT&T Stadium. For the Cowboys, the immediate task on Saturday will be to figure out how to replace cornerback Orlando Scandrick, who was lost for the season after tearing his ACL and MCL in practice Tuesday. Show More Summary

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (AT&T)

As long as price is no object, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is the most powerful phablet you can buy on AT&T.

Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ (AT&T)

The Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ on AT&T is a big, beautiful, powerful smartphone, with a sky-high price that's tough to justify.

Sprint’s Newest Strategy to Poach AT&T's Customers: Literally Just Free Service

In the US, wireless carrier Sprint is at the bottom of the pecking order behind Verizon, AT&T, and just recently, T-Mobile. In what AT&T calls a "desperate Hail Mary pass," Sprint is now offering AT&T’s DirecTV subscribers an aggressive incentive: a whole year’s worth of free wireless service if they switch to Sprint. Show More Summary

Sprint Offers DirecTV Customers Free Year of Phone Service

Sprint is offering DirecTV customers one free year of cellphone service in a bold move aimed at the satellite TV company’s new owner, AT&T.

Sprint Offering A Free Year Of Cell Service To DirecTV Subscribers

We’ve got a possible love triangle on our hands, friends: Sprint is taking aim at new couple AT&T and its $49 billion beloved, DirecTV, dangling a free year of cell service for satellite subscribers who switch their service. Sprint is clearly trying to disrupt some of the loving feelings over at the AT&T/DirecTV homestead, where the newly joined couple … [More]

FCC Gives KanOkla Permission to Sell Spectrum to AT&T

The FCC has approved AT&T's proposed acquisition of several spectrum licenses from KanOkla Telephone Association. The transfer includes one Lower 700 MHz C Block license and the partial assignment of a second Lower 700 MHz C Block license, for a total of 12 megahertz, covering parts of two local market areas in Kansas and Oklahoma. Show More Summary

Sprint's offering a year of free service for DirecTV customers

DirecTV and AT&T are sitting in that proverbial tree, but that isn't going to stop any telecom competitors from throwing rocks their way. Case in point: Sprint is running a promo that gives DirecTV customers a year of free cell service by switching to the Now Network. Show More Summary

Sprint courts AT&T's DirecTV customers

Sprint is courting DirecTV customers with an offer of one free year of phone service for subscribers to the satellite service.        

Sprint Gives DirecTV Customers One Year Of Free Service, In Direct Attack on AT&T

Sprint's offer to DirecTV subscribers is the struggling wireless company's latest salvo against its competitors.

Sprint Takes Aim at AT&T

Sprint said it would give away a free year of wireless service to DirecTV subscribers who switch to the carrier—a direct attack on AT&T Inc., which recently completed a $49 billion acquisition of the satellite TV provider.

Sprint Trolls AT&T By Offering DirecTV Customers Free Service For A Year

Sprint has been hard at work trying to steal subscribers from rival carriers and its recent move has AT&T squarely in the sights. You might have heard recently that DirecTV merged with AT&T and apparently this is something that Sprint...Show More Summary

Beer and Food Flies as 2 Fans at AT&T Park Scramble for Foul Ball

You always hear about foul ball heroes and villains—the guy who catches the ball with his beer or ducks out of the way and lets his girlfriend take a liner to the hip. These are the main characters, the stars of foul ball cinema. But...Show More Summary

Samsung Pay Now In Beta, Invitations Available In The U.S.

Samsung Pay entered Beta, and Samsung began offering invitations to owners of Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 edge+ or Galaxy Note 5 who are also customers of AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile or US Cellular.

The real problem with Hillary Clinton’s email server

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Sprint takes aim at AT&T, offers DirecTV customers a full year of free service

Sprint has announced its latest bid to pull customers away from one of its biggest rivals, and it's a doozy. To "celebrate" the AT&T and DirecTV merger, Sprint is offering DirecTV customers a full year of service for free. The plan that...Show More Summary

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