All AT&T Smartphone Users to Require Data Plans

If you’re in the market for a new smartphone from AT&T, but you’re not quite so interested in subscribing to a wireless data plan, I highly suggest that you act sooner rather than later. That’s because the iPhone-touting carrier is starting a new policy early next month that will require all new smartphones to come […]

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AT&T Getting Touch Pro2 as HTC Tilt 2

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It seems like everyone wants an invite to this party, because just about everyone is picking up some variation on this possibly popular smartphone. You may already know about this Windows Mobile handset as the HTC Touch Pro2 and how it follows up on the HTC Touch Pro. Well, AT&T might be getting it too, […]

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LG GW600 SureType Smartphone Approved by FCC, Heading to AT&T

The whole SureType keyboard thing isn’t restricted to the BlackBerry Pearl, because other smartphones can just as easily map two letters to each key. Case in point, check out the latest phone to survive the FCC, the LG GW600. Powered by Windows Mobile, this smartphone seems like it will be making its way over to […]

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AT&T iPhone Plans Getting Ten Bucks Cheaper

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Are you totally in love with your Apple iPhone but not at all in love with the bill that comes in the mail every month? Perhaps providing a little recession relief, it seems that AT&T may be cutting down the price for its iPhone service plans. They haven’t confirmed it yet, but AT&T is reportedly […]

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AT&T Officially Launches Nokia E71x Smartphone

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Have you been sitting with AT&T and yearning for a new Symbian smartphone, but you didn’t want to fork over the premium for an unlocked Nokia E71-2 NAM? Well, the wait is finally over. It was announced this morning that the highly anticipated Nokia E71x is available for purchase by AT&T customers as of today. […]

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Buy Apple iPhone 3G from AT&T Sans Contract

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One of the restrictions that AT&T and Apple put in place when they launched the iPhone 3G was that you had to sign a new two-year service agreement to get the hot new cell phone. Apparently, this restriction is now being lifted. According to AT&T spokesperson Michael Coe, the GSM provider will start allowing new […]

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Ironic: The Reason Why the AT&T QuickFire Was Pulled

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Yesterday, we discovered that AT&T execs instructed store managers to pull the AT&T QuickFire from shelves. They were told to not sell another unit, because the QuickFire suffers from “quality issues.” At the time, we had no idea what they meant. Today, those exact “quality issues” surrounding the AT&T QuickFire have been revealed. As it […]

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AT&T Disowns Quickfire over “Quality Issues”

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Late last year, we were formally introduced to the AT&T Quickfire, a messaging-centric handset that you may otherwise know as the UTStarcom GTX75. Well, you might not know it by that name, but that’s really what it is. Not that it matters anymore, though, because AT&T has yanked the QWERTY phone from its shelves. In […]

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AT&T to Announce iPhone Tethering Plan at MacWorld?

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The all important MacWorld kicks off today and while I’m not on the floor in San Francisco, I’m still managing to find some juicy Apple-fueled tidbits for you to consider. For instance, there are rumblings that AT&T will announce the availability of an iPhone tethering plan, finally letting iPhone owners use that wireless Internet connection […]

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