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Apple now offering iPhone upgrades on AT&T Next

Apple now offering iPhone upgrades on AT&T Next

The Apple Store might be the only place you need to go for your iPhone, as Apple has started selling their smartphone with AT&T’s Next program. With that, you can now walk into an Apple Store, put no money down on a phone, and walk out only paying a monthly fee on top of your rate plan.

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AT&T summons Gordon Ramsay to do their retail bidding

AT&T summons Gordon Ramsay to do their retail bidding

If you expected Gordon Ramsay to "start throwing things" in the AT&T video you’re about to see, you’re going to be disappointed. That’s what AT&T is hoping you’ll be wishing for, or at least expecting, while Ramsay also takes to Twitter for promotional tweeting in abundance. Promotional tweets are promotional, as they say.

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New T-Mobile plan offers unlimited prepaid flexibility

New T-Mobile plan offers unlimited prepaid flexibility

T-Mobile already has the market cornered on low-cost, prepaid plans. They’re also not content to simply be the leader — they seem to want total ownership of prepaid. A new plan, breaking all kinds of molds in offering up ten-cent minutes and texts, speaks to that.

Verizon to start throttling some heavy unlimited data users

Verizon to start throttling some heavy unlimited data users

Verizon has been trying to coax users away from unlimited data plans for quite some time. As users upgrade, Verizon has prodded them onto capped and shared data plans, trying to divorce them from unlimited data. The latest method the nation’s largest carrier is using might be their boldest yet, as Verizon has started throttling heavy data users on unlimited plans.

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Fire TV gobbling up data? Mosaic may be the issue

Fire TV gobbling up data? Mosaic may be the issue

Fire TV users may be getting more than they bargained for — literally. If you have a Fire TV, and have noticed your data usage going way up, we might know why. It turns out a few instances have been reported with built-in features. Here’s how to identify — and hopefully solve — the issue.

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