You'll notice that there are two articles in this week's edition of FierceMobileIT that relate to spectrum changes being carried out by wireless carriers.
AT&T will end its GSM voice service and other 2G services no later than January 1, 2017, an AT&T spokesperson told FierceMobileIT.
Isis, the nationwide m-commerce network spearheaded by Verizon Wireless, AT&T Mobility and T-Mobile USA, is reportedly poised to begin consumer trials in the Salt Lake City and Austin, Texas markets on August 20.
A couple months ago, a friend of mine was using her iPad while riding the Metro to work when a teenager tried to tear it out of her hands at a station stop. The effrontery of the attack--during rush hour, with a lot of people around to witness it--was particularly disconcerting, but evidently this kind of "Apple picking" is becoming commonplace in broad daylight, in heavily populated places around the country.
AT&T's new Mobile Share data plan may work well for families looking to save on the rising costs of mobile data consumption, but at a cap of 10 devices, the plan is not ideal for most enterprises.
The shared data plan that AT&T unveiled today--like a similar plan from Verizon--offers significant benefits for consumers and very small businesses, but it isn't likely to save most companies money, warns Eric Zeman at InformationWeek.
Samsung Electronics is teaming with AT&T Mobility to introduce carrier billing options to the manufacturer's Media Hub video-on-demand entertainment service.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson said Tuesday the company is still mulling a proposal to charge application developers for data consumed by customers, stating that some content providers have asked the operator to implement the change.
Verizon Wireless and AT&T both announced major expansions to their LTE networks in the U.S., giving customers faster wireless access in new areas.
AT&T is expanding its U-verse TV applications for Apple's iOS platform, adding content from a number of premium channels and integrating new second-screen interactive experiences.