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What is WiFi 6? And why it’s so important to the future of your mobile lifestyle

WiFi 6 is the future. We’re telling you all about what it is, as well as why it is important to the future of your mobile lifestyle.

Here’s how to solve your iPhone Xs connectivity problems

Solving your iPhone Xs connectivity problems is very simple if you don’t mind losing some passwords, just follow these easy steps

iPhone Xs users are having poor Wi-Fi and LTE connection problems

The new iPhone Xs and Xs Max are having LTE and Wi-Fi connection problems and there’s quite an interesting list of possible causes
Samsung Galaxy S9+ review

The new Samsung Galaxy S10 won’t come with 5G connectivity

5G network connectivity won’t come in the new Samsung Galaxy S10 according to some very reliable sources that makes us think on a new device
Huawei

US actively discouraging networks from buying Huawei and ZTE parts

The FCC is proposing rules to keep telecoms companies from using public money to buy equipment from companies posing a “national security threat.”

US highway testing shows AT&T and Verizon still the best

Sprint and T-Mobile have made marked improvements in their networks, but when it comes to the highways, it’s gotta be AT&T and Verizon.

Merged Sprint/T-Mobile network visualized in maps

The map shows off the spectrum holdings the two would have if they combined. But it doesn’t reflect the towers that already exist.

Sprint touts best improvement in download speeds year-to-date

Average download speeds ran up 28 percent over the course of winter and spring this year, beating T-Mobile’s 18 percent and losses from AT&T and Verizon.

Will the iPhone 8 support T-Mobile’s 600MHz frequencies?

There’s a remote possibility that Apple fans may go without the best possible speeds that T-Mobile can provide this fall.

T-Mobile’s 600 MHz timeline is ‘well ahead of expectations’, with tests underway this summer

T-Mobile is looking to quickly capitalize on wide 600 MHz spectrum it spent nearly $8 billion on fairly recently, with a big deployment planned this year.

AT&T 5G Evolution℠ with Galaxy S8 acts as a bridge to official 5G service

It is not 5G. No one has an idea of what kind of spec we need 5G to be. But AT&T wants to get started moving somewhere, and that “somewhere” is Austin.

Best network in the US, T-Mobile, suffers intermittent overnight outages

In fact, three in just as many weeks with most recent one happening during a busy weekend night and in the midst of impact from Hurricane Matthew.

Verizon LTE Advanced service boasts 50 percent speed improvement

Verizon has made its LTE “advanced”. Advancing speeds 50 percent from its regular 4G speeds, the good people say. Hundreds of millions covered.

Jamie Foxx and Verizon trash Sprint on LTE coverage

Verizon is biting back at Sprint’s claims of comparable reliability and coverage, telling consumers that it’s all about the network.

Verizon CDMA to finally die (at least in one form) by 2020

The end of 2G is coming. Three and a half years, really. The 1xRTT network, which carries some voice and data traffic, is turning off.

Cricket pays out to subscribers after outage

It is offering a $5 bill credit per line, up to 5 lines per account, for those who had to go through 14 hours (or more) without Cricket Wireless service.

What makes mobile phone call quality better?

We focus on tech performance when talking about smartphones, but what makes phone call quality better? Let’s look at future voice call improvements!

Interview: Rehan Asad Assistant VP of Broadband Strategy for AT&T on Gigabit Broadband for LA

AT&T is lighting up gigabit broadband for LA, California. We sat down with Vice President Rehan Asad to talk about the new Gigapower roll out.

From “no” to “whoa” in 15 months: a week on the new T-Mobile

When I tested T-Mobile coverage back in 2012, I found it subpar at best. But my recent return to the smallest carrier has shown me the meaning of comeback.

This is how AT&T restores its network after a disaster (Video)

All carriers have disaster recovery capabilities – but now like AT&T’s. Join us for a tour of the team that keeps your phone ringing after calamity strikes.

Even Mighty LTE Has Its Limitations

Our CES experience reminded us that not even 4G LTE technology can deal with crushing smartphone and tablet demand. Read on to experience this sobering reminder for yourself.

Wireless In The Boonies: Lessons from a Week In The Wild

What’s it like to dive from high-speed 4G city coverage down to a no-G network in the country? Read about Michael Fisher’s latest experiences exploring the rural wireless frontier, and learn some lessons about the internet. And maybe, just maybe, about yourself.

Simultaneous Voice & Data: The #1 Feature You Take For Granted

Talking and surfing … at the same time. Once a luxury ability used to differentiate AT&T’s network from Verizon’s, now it’s common– and underappreciated.

This Is How AT&T Covers 19,000 People Under One Roof

To ensure its customers enjoy reliable service at sporting events, AT&T has installed a Distributed Antenna System (DAS) inside Boston’s TD Garden arena. This network of over a hundred miniature cell sites completely blankets the arena in cellular coverage. This morning, AT&T and TD Garden representatives allowed some press folks, myself included, a peek behind the curtain to see the guts of the network enhancements.