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AT&T Watch price, channels, release date

AT&T Watch is here: $15 for 30 channels, but no HBO

June 21st, 2018

After teasing it heavily for the last few weeks, AT&T has finally taken the wraps off its new $15-a-month streaming service, AT&T Watch. For a little more than Netflix, you get 31 live-streaming channels, including CNN, TBS, TNT, and BBC America, as well as some on-demand TV and movie content. Six more channels from Viacom …

iPhone X deals AT&T

There’s only one day left to get AT&T’s killer iPhone X deal

June 18th, 2018

The iPhone 8 and iPhone X have been on the market for nearly nine months now, so we’ve seen dozens of deals from all the major carriers. One offer that has remained elusive, however, is the mythical iPhone X buy-one-get-one-free. Almost all of the deals we’ve seen include the iPhone X, but it’s normally $700 …

AT&T Time Warner merger

Here’s everything AT&T now owns, apart from your soul

June 16th, 2018

Earlier this week, a judge decided the fate of the AT&T Time Warner deal, and the result was a big thumbs-up in the general direction of capitalism. The $85 billion deal has closed, Time Warner has officially been assimilated into AT&T (and renamed WarnerMedia), and there’s almost zero chance that anything will stop it now. …

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T-Mobile is trolling AT&T with a $900 deal for switchers

June 15th, 2018

For T-Mobile CEO John Legere, poking fun at Verizon and AT&T is seemingly part of his job description. Whether he’s picking up their disgruntled customers on Twitter or coming up with Trumpian nicknames, respect for the competition certainly isn’t a maxim at T-Mobile HQ. The company’s latest stunt actually puts money behind Legere’s Twitter account, …

AT&T Time Warner merger decision approved

AT&T and Time Warner win legal battle, confirming the merger

June 12th, 2018

It’s been years in the making, but the mammoth merger of AT&T and Time Warner Inc. is officially going to happen. Judge Richard Leon, a George W. Bush appointee, handed down his decision approving the $85 billion merger with no conditions on Tuesday afternoon, following months of oral arguments and deliberations. The Justice Department sued …