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AT&T Mobile Share price increase has one saving grace

AT&T Mobile Share price increase has one saving grace

Wireless carriers hiking plan pricing is nothing new, but we don't often see them attempting to frame those price hikes as if they're a gift to subscribers. That's exactly what AT&T is doing though, announcing today that it's giving customers on its Mobile Share plans more data each month, but it's also raising prices in the process. Customers, unsurprisingly, have no say in whether or not they get the extra data and therefore the price hike.

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AT&T unlimited data throttling lawsuit ends in $60 million settlement

AT&T unlimited data throttling lawsuit ends in $60 million settlement

Network operators have redefined what the word "unlimited" means, or at least as it applies to data. What they really meant was limited unlimited data that incurred consequences once you hit certain conditions. That may be common practice but AT&T may have tried to get away with it until the FTC slapped it with a lawsuit. Now five years later, the major US carrier has decided to just pay the fine, long after the case could have any significant effect in the industry.

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AT&T announces three new Unlimited plans because simplicity is dead

AT&T announces three new Unlimited plans because simplicity is dead

Seemingly unsatisfied with the two unlimited plans it already offers, AT&T has decided to up the ante a bit. Today the company revealed that it's replacing its two current unlimited plans - Unlimited & More and Unlimited & More Premium - with three new ones. Two of these plans will be launching early next week, while the third will be launching later on down the road.

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HBO Max is launching May 2020, here are the details you need to know

HBO Max is launching May 2020, here are the details you need to know

The video streaming industry is already a crowded and highly competitive space but it's about to get even more competitive and a bit more confusing. In about two weeks, the much-rumored and long-awaited Disney+ will finally launch and 6 months after that, a new streaming service will launch under the HBO brand. That said, HBO Max is actually an AT&T product, which is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to this rather unusual streaming service.

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Verizon, Sprint, AT&T, T-Mobile partner on cross-carrier messaging built on RCS

Verizon, Sprint, AT&T, T-Mobile partner on cross-carrier messaging built on RCS

While the big four carriers in the US typically spend their time bashing one another in press releases, today they've announced a new team up to work on cross-carrier messaging. Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint revealed what's officially called the Cross-Carrier Messaging Initiative (CCMI) today, which they say will help "drive the next generation of messaging for consumers and businesses."

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DirecTV Now, AT&T TV Now price hiked for Grandfathered plans

DirecTV Now, AT&T TV Now price hiked for Grandfathered plans

The streaming service AT&T TV Now, once called DirecTV Now, will get a price hike in the near future. This jump will affect all subscribers, even those that'd previously been "grandfathered in" to older pricing. The price hike will come to approximately $15 extra, for each subscriber, per month.

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All Studio Ghibli movies streaming with HBO Max in 2020

All Studio Ghibli movies streaming with HBO Max in 2020

Studio Ghibli made some of the most memorably anime movies in history - and their streaming rights have just been acquired by HBO Max. This is different from the regular old HBO, and does not necessarily mean that people with subscriptions to HBO Now or access to HBO GO will have access to the full Studio Ghibli collection of media. Let's take a peek at what they've made public so far.

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Pixel 4 AT&T availability tipped ahead of reveal

Pixel 4 AT&T availability tipped ahead of reveal

Once upon a time, your options were pretty limited when it came to obtaining a Pixel phone. The line originally started as a Verizon carrier exclusive (though it's always been available through the Google Store as well), but with the launch of the Pixel 3a, Sprint and T-Mobile started carrying Pixel phones as well. That left AT&T as the odd one out, but that may soon be changing with the launch of the Pixel 4.

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Verizon acquires Jaunt XR tech after AT&T AR team-up

Verizon acquires Jaunt XR tech after AT&T AR team-up

You'll probably only really remember the company name Jaunt XR if you've been reading about VR (and the like) for the past half-decade. They're the people that made it possible for Paul McCartney to release a "VR" experience in an app, allowing people to view a video of a song VIA a rig of cameras from onstage. It was basically like your head was attached to a pole during a live concert - sorta neat! Now Verizon owns what Jaunt XR made.

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Samsung Galaxy Fold released in USA to wary consumers

Samsung Galaxy Fold released in USA to wary consumers

This morning the Samsung Galaxy Fold was released to the United States at AT&T and in select retail stores. This release came after a longer-than-usual lead-up of newsworthy incidents and preflight announcements, due largely to the unique nature of the device. With a foldable display on a relatively expensive piece of personal electronics comes a set of challenges that both Samsung and potential consumers must overcome.

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Galaxy Tab S5e coming to AT&T when the Galaxy Tab S6 is already out

Galaxy Tab S5e coming to AT&T when the Galaxy Tab S6 is already out

Samsung is one of the very few OEMs remaining who continue to make Android tablets and, this year, it has two to offer the shrinking market. The Galaxy Tab S5e was launched earlier this year but was quickly upstaged by the Galaxy Tab S6 barely two months ago. AT&T may not have gotten the memo and is only now launching the Galaxy Tab S5e as a gateway to its video streaming content and communication services.

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Which phones let me connect to 5G in 2019?

Which phones let me connect to 5G in 2019?

New 5G network service was connected in several countries around the world in recent months before all brands had their own 5G smartphone. Some manufacturers have a single smartphone capable of connecting to 5G data speed, while other have no 5G devices whatsoever. Today we're taking a peek at the very few 5G smartphones on the market today - and we look ahead to the future, when 5G covers a much more comprehensive portion of the world.

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