Posts Tagged ‘7.2 Mbps’
  • AT&T add “A-List” plans, back haul capacity, and more cities to 7.2 Mbps club
    by Mike
    Posted September 9th, 2009 at 9:38 am
    AT&T; has quite a bit to offer us today in the way of news and wouldn't you know it, casts the bringer of angst in a more lovable light. Starting off, users who were envious of T-Mobile's "MyFaves or Verizon's adopted MyCircle plans, your time has come as AT&T; is jumping into the ring with their own "A-List" plans. The real bummer however is that in this economy, lets face it, there are a ton of people scraping by with the bottom of the barrel sub-$59.99 individual sub-$89.99 family plans -- ...
  • AT&T doubling network speeds to 7.2Mbps - Great…do you have a signal?
    by Mike
    Posted April 21st, 2009 at 4:09 am
    Carriers in the U.S. have long had a fascination with advertising themselves as the fastest, biggest, or most reliable network.  Really who could blame them?  It is a PR move meant to attract as many customers as humanly possible.  In the age of increasing smartphone use, more and more people are in tune to and concerned with how fast the network is as it will allow their mobile web browsing to be much more fluid and desktop like.  Sure faster speeds are always a big plus, but what if yo...
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