U-Verse Comes With AT&T's Windows Phone 7 Devices
Oct 11, 2010, 9:23 AM by Philip Berne
AT&T has announced that the three new Windows Phone 7 devices launched today will come with its U-Verse software. U-Verse Mobile lets users download TV shows and full series to their devices over Wi-Fi, then watch the shows on the go. The service is available to both current U-Verse TV subscribers and buyers without a U-Verse package, for $10 per month. Current U-Verse owners can also program their DVR using the new U-Verse mobile app.
AT&T Shares LG V20 Pricing and Availability
AT&T today revealed its launch plans for the LG V20. Customers can preorder the phone starting Friday, Oct.
AT&T Debuts Wireless/DirecTV Bundles
AT&T today rolled out combined wireless and television packages that rely on its recent acquisition of DirecTV. The basic package includes four wireless lines with unlimited talk and text with 10 GB of shared data and HD television service with up to four receivers (DirecTV or U-verse) for a combined price of $200 per month.
AT&T Waves Around Free Phone Offer
AT&T is giving people the opportunity to get a free phone with a new line of service. Beginning September 9, DirecTV or U-Verse customers who add a new line to their AT&T account will be rewarded with $695 in monthly bill credits towards a new phone.
Microsoft Lets Android Owners Compare Apps
Microsoft has released a new tool aimed at helping people switch from an Android smartphone to a Windows smartphone. AppComparison, an app for Android handsets, scans the device for apps and then finds the corresponding Windows apps.