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AT&T Will Implement Its Six-Strikes Anti-Piracy Program On November 28

You may recall a certain plan being put into place by the Center for Copyright Information and leading ISPs around the nation. It would use a six-strike program to levy harsher penalties on repeat copyright infringers. Beyond that, we didn’t know much else except that the program would be implemented before the end of the year. Thanks to documents obtained …

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AT&T and IBM Announce a Cloud Service For Private Networks

This week AT&T and IBM announced that they will be teaming up to provide a “network-enabled” cloud service for private networks. The product will be promoted to Fortune 1000 companies across the world as an option for companies that need both cloud solutions and a high level of security. The service will be offered starting in “early 2013.” AT&T’s virtual …

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Windows Phone 8 Pre-Orders Open October 21 [Report]

Are you excited by Microsoft’s new Windows Phone 8 platform? Did the Nokia Lumia 920 or HTC 8X sell you on the concept? If so, you may be wondering when the delightfully colorful phones will be available for pre-order at your local carrier. The wait isn’t long as pre-orders start in just a few weeks. The Verge reports that sources …

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AT&T Reduces Its Return Policy From 30 Days To 14 Days

AT&T had a pretty generous return policy. Customers had 30 days to try out their new purchase to see if it fits their lifestyle. If not, they could return the device, and even cancel their service, without any penalties. Had is the keyword here as that generosity has come to an end. According to Phone Scoop, AT&T sent out an …

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Nokia’s Lumia 920 Is Exclusive To AT&T

Nokia made a great case for Windows Phone 8 last month when it showed off its new Lumia models. The Lumia 920 was especially impressive with its amazing camera and neat form factor. Until now, we didn’t know if the Lumia 920 was going to AT&T, Verizon or both. Now we know that Windows Phone 8 will continue to stagnate …

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Kansas City ISPs Want The Same Deal That Google Got

Google began their quest to bring Fiber Internet to one American city by tasking citizens to show their interest. It was far from a popular vote, however, as various government entities also promised various perks for Google to bring the service to their city. Kansas City won out in the end by promising Google a number of discounts or free …

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iPhone 5 Breaks First Day Pre-Order Record

In news that shouldn’t really be a shock to anyone, Apple has officially announced the the iPhone 5 is their fatest selling phone of all time. In its first 24 hours on the market, pre-orders topped 2 million. The previous record was 1 million, which was held by the iPhone 4S’ opening day. Pre-orders began at 12:01 am PT last …

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iPhone 5 Shipping Dates Slip With U.S. Carriers

It didn’t take long (just a couple of hours) for the initial stock of iPhone 5s to sell out, as the Apple.com site slip their ship date from September 21st to September 28th in the wee hours of the morning. Throughout most of the day, U.S. carriers AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint still held the September 21st ship date, but as …

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iPhone 5 Ship Time Slips to Two Weeks on Apple.com

As expected, Apple’s brand new phone is already showing signs that it’s going to be popular. Pre-orders for the new iPhone 5 began early this morning, and if you weren’t one of the first ones to grab your new device on Apple.com, well, you’re going to be waiting a little bit longer for yours. The original shipping date for the …

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Sprint Ad Skewers AT&T and Verizon Shared Plans

When Verizon and AT&T switched their subscriptions to shared data plans, many customers were upset. The new plans offer a small “shared” pool of data that a variety of devices can use. Of course, subscribers have to pay a monthly fee for each device they want the privilege of using with the plan, making the shared plans more expensive for …

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T-Mobile Announces Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data Plan

Unlimited data plans are a thing of the past. AT&T and Verizon still have a few users here and there on grandfathered plans, but they use every trick in the book to get them onto one of their tiered plans. It makes perfect business sense since the gatekeepers are allowed to charge whatever they want for paltry amounts of data. …

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Apple’s FaceTime Held Hostage Over AT&T Mobile Share Plans

AT&T announced last week that it will finally allow its iPhone and iPad customers to use Apple’s FaceTime video chat application over its mobile broadband network – but only for customers on its new, more expensive, Mobile Share data plans. Today, Bob Quinn, the senior vice president of AT&T’s federal regulatory group, took to AT&T’s Public Policy Blog to defend …

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