Everyone is trying to contact their loved ones family and friends in Japan over the last few days after the devastating earthquake and Tsunami that hit Japan on March 11.
AT&T is offering wired and wireless billing relief for calls made on AT&T between March 11th and March 31st. AT&T wireless postpaid customers won’t be charged for long distance calls or text messages to Japan from the US and Puerto Rico.
Google has announced that Nexus One will now be available for AT&T in US and Rogers Wireless in Canada. When Nexus One was launched, it was only available on the Google Web Store, unlocked version so users can user any GSM network.
However, different carriers have different 3G frequencies. Nexus One in the start worked with almost all the carriers except AT&T and Rogers because of its 3G frequency. So users using any of these SIM cards usually could access 2G or EDGE network.
Remember the photos we posted last month of another Motorola Android phone coming to AT&T? Well, it has been announced officially at the CES 2010 yesterday!
Motorola CEO, Sanjay Jha, officially unveiled Motorola’s latest Android handset, the Motorola Backflip. It features a distinctive backward-facing QWERTY keyboard and will be released to AT&T exclusively.
After T-Mobile and Verizon, it’s AT&T turn to get on the Android bandwagon.
AT&T’s first Android phone has been spotted in the wild and it’s rumoured to be Motorola Backflip. The phone has been codenamed as Motorola Enzo for now.
Lately, we were hearing rumours of iPhone 3G that Apple will soon start selling it for just $99. But Walmart cleared of these rumours by saying a big No.
For people, who never really wanted to pay the full price for an iPhone 3g, but always wanted to have one, can now easily get it from AT&T – and that too, for just $99!