Tag Archives: AT&T

5G’s Historically Bizarre Rollout

Technology rollouts are often messy. Multiple vendors propose competing (and often incompatible) variations in the hope of capturing the golden ticket to new market dominance. Entrenched interests campaign, lobby against or even legally threaten their eventual replacement. Technology misunderstanding or … Continue reading

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What Are the Best Cell Carrier Plans?

For most of the first two-thirds of 2015, I worked on (and continually update, along with the Tom’s Guide editors) a series of stories outlining the best deals in cellular, both post- and prepaid.  These pieces include buying guides for … Continue reading

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Stop It: Cellphone Carrier Access Fees Are Absurd

An op-ed chiding the cell carriers for fleecing us with their mysterious monthly access fees, which, thankfully, are beginning to fade away, for Tom’s Guide.

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HTC Desire Smartphones Hit All Your Desires at a Sweet Price

A quick news story for Techlicious on new bargain unlocked phones from HTC.

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Cellphone Services 2015: Talk, Text & Data

My broad Consumers Digest look at how cell carrier services are mercurially changing almost day-t0-day in the face of aggressive competition, along with the best offers available – at least when this piece was being written.

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CNET Cordless Phone Reviews

Before everyone had a cell phone, everyone had a cordless phone. Here are some reviews of some cordless phone models I wrote for CNET in 2004-2006. VTech ip5825 VTech TZ2551 VTech EV2650 Motorola MD681 Uniden TRU-8885 Uniden DCT6485 General Electric … Continue reading

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