Three bigwig US wireless carriers - AT&T, Sprint, and Mobile - have agreed to discontinue the practice of charging their customers for commercial Premium Short Messaging Services, the so-called PSMS service. However, the fourth of the Big Four carriers, Verizon, is not stopping the PSMS practice as yet because it still is in the process of winding down the service.
In a recent announcement, bigwig US carrier AT&T has revealed that it will start taking pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch from Tuesday, September 17; while smaller rival T-Mobile will open the Galaxy Gear smartwatch for pre-orders on Wednesday, September 18.
In a lawsuit filed against AT&T's prepaid AIO Wireless subsidiary in Texas on August 23, T-Mobile has accused AIO of intentionally using its trademark `magenta' color to promote the no-contract wireless communications services which AIO is launching to directly challenge T-Mobile.
In a Friday filed lawsuit in a Texas district court, T-Mobile has accused AT&T prepaid subsidiary Aio Wireless of trademark infringement and unfair business practices; with the allegations chiefly targeted at the magenta logo of the pre-paid carrier.
Google has become a staple diet for majority of people using internet. Due to which, expectations from the same are quite high, said experts.
Not a long time has passed when it was announced that a new Google phone is coming up, which was expected to be a game changer. Sprint Nextel and T-Mobile were the ones, which were given responsibility to carry the new Google phone.
Need of communication in emergency times is well understood by AT&T and T-Mobile. Both the mobile companies have been joining hands to provide communication facilities to those, who have been hit by hurricane Sandy.
Good News USA
- Vodafone NZ’s new ‘Red Home’ packages will offer UFB and 150 TV channels
- Vodafone NZ’s full-year profit plunged by more than two-thirds to $56 million
- Vodafone adding 34 European countries to ‘AU$5 per day’ international roaming option
- Telstra launches its new ‘Every Day Connect Data Share Packages’
- Voyager signs “multimillion-dollar deal” with submarine cable group Hawaiki