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BlackBerry Z10 now available on AT&T

BlackBerry Z10 now available on AT&T

After a couple of months of Canada and the UK already enjoying their BlackBerry Z10, the device has finally hit the US and is available on AT&T's network starting today, making them the first US carrier to make the new phone available to customers. You can now grab the BlackBerry 10-equipped device for $200 after signing a new two-year contract.

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AT&T announces new prepaid option for Wireless Home Phone

AT&T announces new prepaid option for Wireless Home Phone

AT&T's Wireless Home Phone service allows customers to use their existing home phone to make calls using AT&T's network instead of a landline connection. The service has been available for a while, but the carrier has announced new prepaid options for those who don't want to get sucked into a contract.

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T-Mobile to launch 4G LTE network this month

T-Mobile to launch 4G LTE network this month

It looks as if T-Mobile will finally be launching its long-awaited 4G LTE network very soon. The carrier has confirmed plans to launch 4G LTE in the US by the end of this month, which means that they have just under two weeks to flip the switch. However, they shouldn't be in any big rush, since all the other major carriers are already rocking their own LTE networks.

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Samsung GALAXY S 4 coming to the UK April 26 on EE

Samsung GALAXY S 4 coming to the UK April 26 on EE

While we have yet to hear an official release date from any of the US carriers about the Samsung GALAXY S 4, the UK is getting on the ball. British carrier EE -- UK's only LTE carrier -- has announced that they'll be offering the GALAXY S 4 starting on April 26, with pre-orders beginning March 28.

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Samsung GALAXY S 4 availability and carriers revealed [UPDATE]

Samsung GALAXY S 4 availability and carriers revealed [UPDATE]

Samsung just officially introduced the GALAXY S4 to the world here in New York City, and right off the bat the company is talking about all of its new features. They've also revealed details about the phone's availability, as well as the carriers that will carry the phone once it's out.

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AT&T willing to unlock devices for customers

AT&T willing to unlock devices for customers

The recent law that went into effect in January that states that it is illegal to unlock your phone without the carrier's permission has definitely ruffled a lot of feathers, and while most carriers are weary of unlocking their own devices, it seems AT&T doesn't want any part of the negativity that came with the new law, thus the company has clarified that it's willing to unlock devices if they have the proper information to do so.

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T-Mobile, MetroPCS merger gets approval from Department of Justice

T-Mobile, MetroPCS merger gets approval from Department of Justice

Back in October, it was announced that T-Mobile would be acquiring regional carrier MetroPCS, but the deal isn't final just yet. It obviously has to pass through several government barriers before it can officially happen. However, there's one less hurdle to jump now, as the Department of Justice has given the merger the green light.

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T-Mobile responding to AT&T with newspaper ad campaign

T-Mobile responding to AT&T with newspaper ad campaign

You may have seen the AT&T newspaper ad a few days ago that attacked T-Mobile for its slow data network and the high number of dropped and failed calls. However, T-Mobile got a kick out of it, but it looks like they're not letting AT&T have the last word. The company is prepared to push out several advertisements to newspaper as early as today.

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AT&T attacks T-Mobile in full-page newspaper ad

AT&T attacks T-Mobile in full-page newspaper ad

When you find out that AT&T put out an attack ad about a competing carrier, you're first guess is that they're probably going after Verizon, which is AT&T's biggest competition right now. However, it turns out that Ma Bell is going after the little guys in a new full-page newspaper ad that appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and USA Today.

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US Cellular to cover 87% of its customers with LTE in 2013

US Cellular to cover 87% of its customers with LTE in 2013

US Cellular may not have the biggest 4G LTE network, but it's working on expanding the service to more of its customers. The carrier announced today that they'll be expanding their 4G LTE network in several states in the US, as well as introducing LTE to brand new states, including California, Nebraska, and Kansas.

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AT&T adds several new markets to LTE network

AT&T adds several new markets to LTE network

AT&T is continuing its rollout of 4G LTE to newer markets, and today the carrier announced several new additions to the LTE heat map. Six locations in all now have AT&T's blazing-fast data speeds, including Northwest Georgia; Albany, GA; Cecil County, MD; Norfolk/Portsmouth/Virginia Beach in Virginia; Montgomery County, PA; and Bucks County, PA.

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Verizon sells $1.9 billion worth of spectrum to AT&T

Verizon sells $1.9 billion worth of spectrum to AT&T

Buying and selling spectrum isn't really anything new -- carriers have been doing it for quite some time, but it's a bit rare when two giant wireless providers make such a deal. Today, Verizon and AT&T have agreed upon a deal that would see AT&T pay $1.9 billion to Verizon in exchange for 39 700MHz spectrum licenses.

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