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AT&T Study Abroad plan brings international service to overseas students

AT&T Study Abroad plan brings international service to overseas students

Depending on location, acquiring a cell phone when spending some times overseas can be a bit tricky and is often expensive, which is the antithesis of every budget-conscious student. For those participating in a study abroad program of some sort - whether as a teacher or as a student - AT&T has announced a new plan aptly named the Study Abroad plan with two monthly rate options.

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Isis Mobile Wallet brings NFC to the payment counter, will roll out nationwide

Isis Mobile Wallet brings NFC to the payment counter, will roll out nationwide

Isis, the joint venture between T-Mobile, Verizon, and AT&T, allows for NFC-based tap-to-pay (and redeem) transactions at the counter. The service was initially rolled out in two locations: Salt Lake City, Utah, and Austin, Texas. Both initial locations were stamped as successful, and now plans have been announced to roll out the service nationwide sometime later this year.

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Moto X readied for all major US mobile carriers

Moto X readied for all major US mobile carriers

Though Motorola just released a trio of DROID devices for Verizon devices earlier this week, they're pumping up for the Moto X on August 1st, and they're getting ready to do it on each of the major carriers in the USA, possibly all at once. True to the original vision for Google's Android and the device line that eventually became the Nexus, Google-owned Motorola has a smartphone made for the everyman - one that, according to the SKU codes appearing this afternoon - will be delivered to the whole of the United States at once.

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T-Mobile calls out AT&T Next again, criticizes Verizon Edge

T-Mobile calls out AT&T Next again, criticizes Verizon Edge

If you recall, the day after AT&T unveiled its Next upgrade plan, which allows users to pay for a device monthly with various terms for upgrading, T-Mobile sent out some vocal statements challenging the program. This spiraled into a sort of back-and-forth bickering betwixt the carriers, each lauding their respective programs, and now T-Mobile has fired off another jab at its competitor, tossing Verizon's recently unveiled Edge plan into the mix.

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