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Cricket Wireless, the prepaid subsidiary of AT&T, is adding a new feature to customers on its $50 per month Smart and $60 per month Pro plans. Starting now, customers on those plans will be able to make unlimited calls and send unlimited messages to friends and family in Canada and Mexico at no additional cost. This feature was actually announced back in February of this year, but it’s nice to see it finally rolling out to customers. In a press release, Janna Ducich, chief marketing officer at Cricket Wireless, had this to...

After the update was rolled out to the HTC One M9 on Sprint and T-Mobile, it was inevitable that the better camera software would come to users on the bigger carriers. Starting today, the OTA camera update is now available on AT&T. Keep in mind that many sites that got their hands on review units received international models, so your camera, if you are having issues, may not get as improved as you like. The software version is 1.32.502.31 and HTC is also providing an RUU download for users who want to flash the update themselves...

After the standard variant of the Galaxy S4 on AT&T got its Lollipop update earlier this month, it was inevitable that the Active would get the update as well. The update is now rolling out to Galaxy S4 Active users OTA. Here are the release notes for the update: Android 5.0 Lollipop Highlights Songs, photos, apps, and even recent searches from one Android device can be immediately enjoyed across all of your Android devices. New User Interface look and feel, more fluid motions Priority mode to only allow certain notifications to...

LG has announced that it will be bringing the G Flex2 flagship to AT&T retail outlets starting April 24. The smartphone will set you back by $708.99 if you’re getting it at full retail and off contract, or $299.99 with a 2-year contract agreement. There’s also the AT&T Next monthly installments option for those interested which will cost you $23.64/month for 30 months or $35.45 per month if you’re looking to settle the dues in 20 months. The smartphone is LG’s newest curved display smartphone and succeeds...

Not to be outdone by T-Mobile, AT&T has also released Android 5.0 for the LG G2. There are some slight differences, such as this being Android 5.0.1 and build number D80020y. The update is 721MB, so make sure to be plugged in and on Wifi when you download the update. You still get all the Android 5.0 Lollipop enhancements including notifications on the lock screen and Material Design in apps. Source: AT&T via Droid Life ...

AT&T shocked its customers yesterday as it began the Android 5.0.1 update rollout for the Samsung Galaxy S4 yesterday. Customers of the Galaxy S5 felt left out obviously, but thankfully the carrier hasn’t made them wait for long with the 2014 Samsung flagship now getting the update as well. This means that AT&T has finished the update rollout for most of Samsung’s high end devices now with the 2013 and 2014 flagships being covered. The update might not arrive instantaneously on all devices, so don’t lose hope if...

The Samsung Galaxy S4 on AT&T is now getting the Android 5.0.1 update, making the switch from Android 4.4 KitKat. This has taken quite a lot of users by surprise as AT&T hasn’t sent out this update to the Galaxy S5 yet, which is last year’s flagship while the Galaxy S4 is a two year old device. But much like it did with the HTC One M7 and the One M8, we’re guessing the carrier is prioritizing older devices first, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. So here’s what’s new with the app: Songs,...

Samsung is expected to be launching an “Active” version of the Galaxy S6 very soon, much like we’ve seen over the past two years. This device has just been confirmed thanks to an internal inventory list from AT&T. Since the leak originates directly from AT&T, it is enough confirmation of the fact that the device is indeed real. As we all know, the Active series is exclusive to AT&T, so don’t expect any other carriers to have the smartphone at the time of the launch. Of course, this leak only tells...