AT&T customers have until tomorrow to file for a refund for unauthorized charges.
New national rankings by the independent firm Root-Metrics has Verizon Wireless on top. But, national rankings don’t really matter.
A new promotion by Sprint aims to lure customers away from other carriers, but is it too good to be true?
AT&T is being sued by the government over allegations it misled millions of smartphone customers who were promised unlimited data plans but instead experienced slow speeds while browsing the Internet or watching streaming video.
State Attorney General Kathleen Kane announced a large, national settlement with AT&T Mobility for a practice called “cramming.”
Move over iPhone and Android. There’s a new smartphone out there.
AT&T looks to acquire Direct TV, what consumers need to be aware of.
Ads for Verizon Wireless say it has the most reliable mobile network in the nation, and that’s true according to a new report.
Nearly 400 students packed the auditorium at South Side High School in Hookstown, Beaver County.
It’s a real battle out there, as the nation’s major wireless service providers want to capture more of the market by luring you away from your current network.
What’s the best cell phone service? Verizon and two smaller companies, Consumer Cellular and U.S. Cellular, just earned top ratings in Consumer Reports’ latest survey. But if you’re trying to save money, Consumer Reports says a pre-paid service can be a better option.
With the holiday shopping season underway and inventory heavily stocked, Green Tree Police claim a masked robber had an AT&T employee load a bag full of expensive merchandise before getting away Monday.
KDKA-AM’s Larry and John talk to Brandy Bell of AT&T about their national initiative to stop people from texting.
It is estimated that 100,000 crashes every year involve drivers who are texting behind the wheel. This week, people at CONSOL Energy Center got a chance to see how dangerous it can be.
When it comes to texting behind the wheel, we’ve heard the dangers again and again, but apparently the warnings are not sinking in. A new poll shows young drivers are not putting down their phones