By Christopher Price on March 21, 2012
Those fears of AT&T charging third-party web services for customer bandwidth, are rocketing towards reality.
By Humberto Saabedra on February 25, 2010
AT&T has quietly expanded the availability of its currently on trial 3G Microcell outside of the North Carolina test market. The basestation is now available in Georgia, South Carolina, San Diego and Las Vegas, as well as expanded areas of North Carolina. Pricing for the service will run $19.99 for unlimited use, $9.99 when bundled […]
By Humberto Saabedra on September 20, 2009
AT&T has officially opened its dedicated portal for the forthcoming 3G MicroCell femtocell service which allows for indoor reception by using an indoor basestation connected to a broadband internet connection. The device is expected to be available in select markets within the week with pricing for the unit yet to be determined. The basestation also […]
By Humberto Saabedra on February 7, 2009
A non-descript carrier update pushed through iTunes for iPhone owners this past week has yielded an intriguing discovery.Â When viewing the update through a text editor, the update contains two small png images that reference AT&T’s forthcoming 3G MicroCell (image courtesy of MobileCrunch), suggesting that the update for iPhone in fact enabled compatibility with the […]