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Refurbished AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 2 for just $.99, today only


Monday 11th of March 2013 / androidauthority.com
Let’s face it, smartphones are expensive. Even with carrier subsidies, high-end handsets can easily set you back hundreds of dollars. If you want the best, without paying top dollar, AT&T is now offering the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 for $.99.As you probably already guessed, there is a catch here. AT&T’s offer is for a refurbished model with a 90 day warranty. You also will be required to sign a two year contract. Additionally, the deal is only for today, so you better make your mind up about it quickly.So is it worth it going the refurbished route? That’s honestly up to you, but keep in mind that refurbished handsets are brought back to original standard and often enough there is really no way on the surface to tell that it isn’t a brand new device. Of course some people just like the peace of mind of knowing they are the first person to use their phone.AT&T is offering the handset in both white or gray, and is even throwing free shipping into the offer. This is a great way to get your hands on a quad-core 5.5-inch monster of a phone, without having t
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Sprint and AT&T announce pre-order availability for HTC One for $199 on contract


Tuesday 02nd of April 2013 / androinica.com
Earlier today, Sprint and AT&T each made announcements regarding pre-order availability of the HTC One.  Some common information mentioned between the two carriers is the same, such as final availability and pricing.  Specifically, the HTC One will launch on April 19th for $199 on a two year contract on both Sprint and AT&T.Now, the initial pre-order date is where the two carriers differ.  On April 4th, AT&T will open pre-orders for the HTC One for $199 on a two year contract.  On April 5th, Sprint will begin HTC One pre-orders for $199 on contract as well.  It is interesting that AT&T decided to begin one day earlier, but such is life when carriers are trying to compete with one another on every level possible.If you are interested in the HTC One, I would recommend placing a pre-order so you can guarantee a device when it becomes available on April 19th.[Sprint] [AT&T]
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AT&T confirms non-market app installs coming to existing phones


Wednesday 18th of May 2011 / androidcentral.com
Changes will happen automatically in the background; Motorola Atrix 4G will also receive an updateAn AT&T spokesman has confirmed some smartphones in AT&T's current lineup will be updated to allow installation of applications from outside the Android Market. This comes after we published a screen shot that states the Samsung Captivate and HTCInspire 4G and Aria will soon receive access to applications from outside the Android Market, a process known as "sideloading." AT&Thas also confirmed to us that the LGThunder will receive the update to allow non-market apps. Here's the official word:In March, we announced our intent to provide AT&T Android customers access to third-party application stores. [story] Future Android devices (including the recently launched Samsung Infuse 4G) [story] will allow users to change their settings in order to access this content. Over the next few weeks, we will also roll-out this capability to existing devices in our base for which an upgrade is possible. Users will not need to take any action as their phone will receive the up
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AT&T cuts return and service cancellation window to 14 days


Sunday 07th of October 2012 / talkandroid.com
AT&T has long been praised for its lengthy return policy for new devices and service contracts, but that’s all coming to an end. The company has revealed a new policy via its official website, shrinking the return window from 30 to 14 days.“AT&T has updated its device return policy. Consumer customers will have 14 days to return a device for any reason and cancel service without paying an Early Termination Fee. While this begins on October 7, AT&T customers will continue to have the option to update their voice and data plans at any time.”The new policy goes into effect beginning today, meaning from this point forward subscribers will have just two weeks to decide if they are satisfied with both their smartphone/tablet and AT&T’s service. The carrier has also confirmed that purchases made on or before October 6th will still fall under the old 30-day schedule. For more on the specifics, head past the break.//Source: PhoneScoop» See more articles by Colton Kaiser//
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Deal Alert: Amazon Offering AT&T HTC One X Smartphone For Only $150


Monday 23rd of April 2012 / talkandroid.com
We know you all love a good deal or two, so we’re happy to share with you all a super find for those of you interested in the mouthwatering AT&T HTC One X smartphone. Amazon Wireless has the device available for pre-order for a not-too-shabby price of $149.99 for both the white and grey versions of the smartphone— $50 less than what AT&T is offering the smartphone for. That’s not even the best part too— the offer is available for both new and existing customers. Very nice indeed. In case you’ve forgotten, the 4G LTE version of the One X features://3G/4G/4G LTE connectivityAndroid 4.01.5 GHz dual-core processor4.7-inch HD 720p touchscreen16 GB memory8-MP camera + Full HD 1080p video captureWireless-N Wi-FiBluetooth 4.0If you’re interested, you’ll want to jump on this deal right away before its too late, so be sure to hit the source links for more details.source: Amazon Wireless Grey | Whitevia: Android Police» See more articles by Roy Alugbue//
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Will AT&T 4G plans be tiered for data and speed? [RUMOR]


Friday 21st of January 2011 / androinica.com
That’s the way things seem according to a document sent to BGR. It’s important to note that this is not confirmed and should be treated as a rumor until AT&T officially introduces LTE plans, but the document reportedly tips AT&T’s plans for introducing 4G LTE to customers.Under this proposal, AT&T customers could choose packages of varying speeds and download limits. For example, John could pay $30 a month for a basic package of 7 Mbps download speeds and 3 gigs of data per month, or he could opt for the premium $40 a month plan that offers 10 Mbps and 5 gigs of data. (These are numbers suggested by me only to illustrate tiered pricing examples, not anything that is part of AT&T’s plans.)AT&T will also give customers the option to purchase “Top Up” or “Speed Up” sessions that would increase their plans for the billing cycle. So the next time you are traveling and know your data usage will increase, you can pay a one-time fee to get faster speeds and a higher ceiling for your downloads.It’s no surprise that AT&
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AT&T’s Toggle service upgraded, aims to teach you how to (not) mix business with pleasure


Wednesday 13th of June 2012 / androidheadlines.com
BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) is a trend that has really taken off during the past few years, with more and more companies encouraging their employees to use the same mobile devices for personal and business purposes.However, you can’t just keep your work presentations, e-mails and documents next to your personal ones on a smartphone due to security issues, first and foremost.  This means you probably have been on the lookout for a service helping you organize personal and business tools and apps on a device.That service might well be AT&T’s Toggle, unveiled for the first time last year and set to be significantly updated and expanded in the near future. Toggle helps …Continue Reading HereAT&T’s Toggle service upgraded, aims to teach you how to (not) mix business with pleasureAdrian Diaconescu – androidauthority.com
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AT&T HTC One X release date moved to May 6, Best Buy tells customer in e-mail


Thursday 29th of March 2012 / androidcentral.com
Folks in the U.S. are waiting with bated breath for a release date of the HTC One X on AT&T. And while we need to stress that nothing's official until AT&T says it is, Best Buy apparently has sent at least one customer an e-mail saying the release date for a preordered One X has changed to May 6, 2012. The e-mail also gives us a SKU (that's stock-keeping unit -- an internal ID number for retail products) for the AT&T One X, but a quick trip to Best Buy's site comes up negative on that front. (You've been able to preorder in stores, though.) It's possible that Best Buy just got a little ahead of itself here, and we're told no initial release date was given when the One X was preordered. Here's to hoping we hear from AT&T soon.More: HTC One X forums; Thanks, Miguel!
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HTC One X for AT&T and Rogers, EVO 4G LTE overclocked to 1.8 GHz


Sunday 08th of July 2012 / androidheadlines.com
From yesterday’s poll Edgar conducted, it’s quite clear that a significant number of Phandroids still love to overclock their devices. And those of you using an HTC One X on either AT&T or Rogers, or the EVO 4G LTE on Sprint might be interested to know that the phone’s have now been taken past 1.8 GHz. If you want to put your own One X on steroids, follow the instructions on this XDA thread.[XDA Developers via Pocketnow]…Continue Reading HereHTC One X for AT&T and Rogers, EVO 4G LTE overclocked to 1.8 GHzRaveesh Bhalla – phandroid.com
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AT&T to bring FiLIP smartwatch for kids to its network


Monday 07th of October 2013 / feedproxy.google.com
Exclusive U.S. partnership helps parents keep in contact with their childrenAT&T announced today that it is partnering with FiLIP to bring its smartwatch product to the U.S. as an exclusive to the carrier. FiLIP is targeted at parents as a device for their children to wear, keeping them in touch while they're apart without giving them access to the complexity of a complete phone. Much like the extremely simple phones made for younger kids, the FiLIP offers children direct messaging and calling with a pre-defined set of five contacts, as well as location information of the FiLIP back to the parents.The child's FiLIP watch is controlled remotely by an app on the parent's smart phone, giving them access to all of its functions. From the app parents can monitor location information, talk to their child and set "Safe Zones" to alert the parent when the child enters or leaves a certain area.At this time AT&T isn't providing any specific pricing or availability information out side of saying that FiLIPwill be available "in the coming months." Bei
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