New Blocking Service for Stolen Phones Unveiled By AT&T

As revealed originally previously in April this year, AT&T will be revealing their database of stolen phones to prevent the devices from being lost and from being connected to the carriers services. It was also reported by The Verge from the launch with a leaked screenshot of an internal document from AT&T showing a release […]

New Blocking Service for Stolen Phones Unveiled By AT&T

As revealed originally previously in April this year, AT&T will be revealing their database of stolen phones to prevent the devices from being lost and from being connected to the carriers services. It was also reported by The Verge from the launch with a leaked screenshot of an internal document from AT&T showing a release […]

Once Again, Apple Is The Globe’s Most Valuable Brand

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“Brand value” is something that is always hard to compete with, or compare with even. The different methodologies that are used by all those companies are measured in between the data that yields the markedly different results in between. Though if you track the year-to-year movements that have been made with a consistent methodology one […]

Verizon Ending Unlimited Data Plans For Existing Users With 4G Switch

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Verizon, the U.S. mobile carrier is making plans to end all unlimited data plans for their existing customers for their smartphones and the plans will be switched over to the family data-sharing programs as the customers are switching over to LTE data plans. Regularly the iPhone was originally offered with an unlimited data plan when […]

CEO Of AT&T “Regrets” Offering Data Packes That Are Unlimited

As the CEO of AT&T, Randall Stephenson was speaking at a conference this current week, he mentioned that he had regretted AT&T supporting the iPhone when it first came out. The New York Times quotes: “My only regret was how we introduced pricing in the beginning, because how did we introduce pricing? Thirty dollars and […]

CEO Of AT&T “Regrets” Offering Data Packes That Are Unlimited

As the CEO of AT&T, Randall Stephenson was speaking at a conference this current week, he mentioned that he had regretted AT&T supporting the iPhone when it first came out. The New York Times quotes: “My only regret was how we introduced pricing in the beginning, because how did we introduce pricing? Thirty dollars and […]

Samsung To Advertise “Galaxy Note” Within Expensive 90s Superbowl Commercial

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It is being announced by Samsung that they will have something “huge” to announce during the Super Bowl XLVI. The giant Korean electronics company could actually literally mean huge, since the size of this newer device is huge, with hopes of the reception of this device to be huge. Huge is undefined by them for […]

Average Price Of iPhone Stays The Same Even With Free iPhone 3GS Offer

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Just earlier this week it was reported by Apple in showing their best earnings ever in this quarter, which takes in just more than $46 billion over the past three months. And about 53% of that revenue was from the sales of 37 million iPhones, which went for an average selling price of around $660. […]

Record Quarter In iPhone Sales Drives AT&T To Smashing Smartphone Sales And 7.6 Million Activations

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It was announced today by AT&T of their latest results of the fourth financial quarter, showing off that they were overseeing records in sales for about 9.4 million smartphones, which is almost double the amount of sales ever since last quarter in sales with 50% more than the companies original record. It was mainly the […]

Record Quarter In iPhone Sales Drives AT&T To Smashing Smartphone Sales And 7.6 Million Activations

It was announced today by AT&T of their latest results of the fourth financial quarter, showing off that they were overseeing records in sales for about 9.4 million smartphones, which is almost double the amount of sales ever since last quarter in sales with 50% more than the companies original record. It was mainly the […]