AT&T launches 2-for-1 sale on iPhone 6s and Galaxy S6

There’s never been a better time to scoop up the new iPhone 6s if you’re on AT&T. The carrier announced this morning that it’s having a huge ‘buy one get one free’ promotion that includes top of the line Android devices like the Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy Note 5, iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)


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Verizon’s Wi-Fi Calling Coming to Galaxy S6 on Monday, iPhone ‘Early Next Year’

Verizon yesterday announced that it will begin rolling out support for Wi-Fi Calling next week, starting on Monday with Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. iPhone users will need to wait a bit longer, with an update enabling the feature expected „early next year.“

Wi-Fi Calling will initially be available on the Samsung Galaxy S 6 and Samsung Galaxy S 6 Edge and will be rolled out as a software update in phases. Additional Android and iOS devices will receive Wi-Fi Calling capabilities via future software updates expected early next year.

Wi-Fi Calling allows phone calls to be automatically placed over Wi-Fi connections in areas where cellular service is poor, seamlessly transitioning between cellular and Wi-Fi as needed.

Sprint and T-Mobile have supported the feature for some time, and AT&T launched its support in early October. AT&T made waves by claiming Sprint and T-Mobile have been offering the feature illegally, due to Federal Communications Commission requirements for supporting a teletypewriter (TTY) feature for deaf and hard-of-hearing users.

AT&T received its waiver from the FCC just days later, and Verizon followed with its own request, with the FCC approving it several weeks ago. Sprint and T-Mobile have not received waivers from the FCC, but continue to operate Wi-Fi Calling and believe no waiver is required.

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Microsoft’s 6000mAh Portable Power charger is now available for just $24.99

Microsoft’s Portable Power DC-21 – the 6000mAh mobile battery pack that it launched last year for $49 – is now on sale for just $24.99, and is currently available in white, green or orange. Read more…

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Asus and Samsung, not Apple, have the fastest charging smartphones

What’s the fastest charging smartphone? It’s not an iPhone. If you care about how fast your phone goes from 0% to full charge, you should buy an Asus Zenfone 2 or Samsung Galaxy S6. Here’s why. The guys (guydes?) over at Tom’s Guide recently conducted a survey of the fastest charging smartphones. All smartphones have […]

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ASUS, Samsung, LG, Motorola and others battle it out in a ‘Quick Charge 2.0’ charging test

‘Quick Charge 2.0’ has been touted as being able to charge a phone’s battery by up to 60% in just 30 minutes. A new test determines which device provides the best charging capabilities. Read more…

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T-Mobile slashes Galaxy S6 and S6 edge prices by up to $200

After Samsung said last week that it would be ‘adjusting’ prices of its Galaxy S6 and S6 edge range, T-Mobile has now rolled out price cuts of up $200 on both devices – albeit for a „limited time“. Read more…

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