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AT&T flips the switch on LTE in seven more cities

AT&T continues the rollout of its LTE network, today adding seven more cities across the US.

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AT&T partners with The Cloud to offer customers access to 16,000 WiFi hotspots in the UK

AT&T has just entered into an agreement with The Cloud, owned by BSkyB, for its customers to be able to make use of 16,000 WiFi hotspots throughout the UK. This means AT&T customers who frequently travel to the UK will be able to connect to The Cloud's hotspots and use up to 1GB of data without incurring any roaming charges or data overages. According to The Next Web AT&T customers will be able to subscribe to a data add-on, which doesn't necessarily make it free, but will prevent large data overages.

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AT&T announces Q4 2012 results, sold 10.2 million smartphones, 8.6 million of which were iPhones

AT&T has announced their Q4 2012 financial results, and out of a record 10.2 million smartphones sold, a record 8.6 million were iPhones. AT&T chairman and CEO, Randall Stephenson said:

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AT&T expands FaceTime over cellular to iPhone 4S users, all tiered data plans

AT&T has announced that they are expanding the availability of FaceTime over cellular to all customers with a compatible iOS device, no matter what data plan they have. While some AT&T iPhone 4S users began seeing this feature back in November, AT&T did not make a statement at the time, and reports were sporadic.

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AT&T announces record Q4 smartphone sales, if history is any indicator, iPhone 5 says they're welcome

While AT&T won't be announcing their Q4 2012 financial results until January 24, they just couldn't help but slip out a teaser regarding record smartphone sales in the quarter. How record? 10 million devices, up from 9.4 million in Q4 2011. That includes iPhone, Android, and Windows Phone, but based on previous quarters, that's likely to skew hugely towards Apple and the iPhone 5 launch.

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Live from the AT&T Developer Summit

Phil and the guys from Android Central are live and on the floor for AT&T's annual developer summer at CES 2013. Check out the live blog after the break!

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How Steve Jobs and the iPhone changed AT&T

Getting cranky phone calls from Steve Jobs demanding to know why you're wasting his time with 100 pages on keyboards. Being told by your chief technology officer that you're crazy for giving in to Apple. Having to tell people you're betting on Jobs, not some unseen, unknown future device. That's just some of what AT&T and their executives experienced when they signed the exclusive deal with Apple for the iPhone.

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AT&T LTE goes live in Wilkes-Barre, Nashua, Grand Rapids, and Auburn-Opelika

AT&T drive to get their LTE data network pushed out across the U.S. continues with three additional cities announced (so far) this morning.

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AT&T may be further expanding FaceTime over cellular

AT&T may be further relaxing its restrictions on FaceTime over cellular, allowing anyone with access to the feature to use it. AT&T had previously announced that all iPhone 5 customers, including those on individual plans, would be able to use the feature. Anyone with an iPhone 4S or a grandfathered unlimited data plan on AT&T was left out in the cold.

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AT&T lights up LTE in a slew of new locals

Been waiting for AT&T LTE to light up on your iPhone 5? Well, as part of AT&T's announced $14 billion network build-out over the next three years, a bunch of new places just went live:

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