AT&T Chopping Device Return Policy to 14 Days
Starting October 7, customers who purchase new devices from AT&T will have only 14 days to return them without incurring any penalties. Consumers who purchase devices before October 7 have 30 days to return them. "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," said AT&T to Phone Scoop in an email. "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." This policy change won't affect select AT&T business customers, who will still have 30 days to return their devices and cancel their service.
Google Says Developers Can Use AMP for Email to Boost Gmail Experience
Feb 13, 2018
Google today said it is porting its AMP technology to Gmail. Developers now have access to AMP for Email, a tool that allows them to create interactive, actionable email experiences that take place within Gmail itself, rather than secondary browser windows.
Verizon to Test AppFlash Search Tool On Some Android Phones
Mar 30, 2017
Verizon Wireless is prepared to roll out a new search tool on select Android handsets over the next few weeks. The tool, called Appflash, was developed by Evie.
Verizon Announces Annual iPhone Upgrade Plan of Its Own
Sep 24, 2015
Verizon Wireless today announced a new plan for potential iPhone 6s and 6s Plus customers that will allow them to upgrade every year without incurring penalties or extra fees. With Verizon's new plan, customers may pick up an iPhone 6s or 6s Plus beginning Sept.
Microsoft's 'Send' App is More Messaging than Email
Jul 22, 2015
Microsoft today released a new email application called Send. The idea behind Send, developed by Microsoft Garage, is to let people send quick messages to one another while still harnessing the power of corporate email.
Consumer Advocates Lodge Complaint Against T-Mobile
Dec 8, 2015
Several consumer protection advocates are asking the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to investigate T-Mobile's business practices. In particular, the groups believe T-Mobile's "no-contract" advertising is deceptive, and its debt-collection policies are predatory.
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