The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently submitted a proposal to change the rules to authenticate the identity of customers porting out from a carrier. Through this change, the FCC hopes it will help lessen SIM swap and port out attacks that customers have been complaining about.
AT&T will soon be shutting down its 3G network. This shutdown is scheduled to take place in February 2022, which will leave a number of its customers without service. Not to mention, they won’t have a functioning device to use.
The good news is that AT&T is currently offering a free replacement device to its affected customers.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently released its new broadband map that indicates cellular coverage in the country. The map gets its data directly from AT&T, T-Mobile, US Cellular, and Verizon Wireless, so you’re sure it is up-to-date.
When the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced its STIR/SHAKEN protocols, they set a deadline for the major wireless providers to implement those standards by June 30, 2021. The good news is, the three major carriers in the country have fully complied with the deadline and are now awaiting their certificate of completion.
AT&T has revealed a few changes to its offers and equipment installment plans (EIP) coverage this week. Among the changes include a new Google Stadia Pro subscription and an extension of 36 months instead of 30 months for its EIP purchases. Below are more details about these new changes:
In an unexpected turn of events, Apple is giving out a rare carrier subsidy when you purchase their new 5G iPad Pro. Considering these kinds of promotions are common on smartphones, it’s kind of a surprise that it is offered on these tablets too.