Telecommunications company AT&T is raising questions about a new contract awarded to a rival to provide phone and internet services to the state of Florida.
We’ve all heard the warning before, don’t text and drive but new ads and law enforcement campaigns are going further than that. They want you to put down your cell phone all together when you’re behind the wheel of your car.
Just because the driver next to you is on the phone—doesn’t mean they are texting.
Cell phone contracts may soon be a thing of the past.
It’s time to get out your phone bill and read the fine print. A scam called “slamming” continues to plague customers who aren’t diligently reviewing every charge on their bill. As CBS4’s David Sutta reports, senior citizens appear to be especially vulnerable.
The new, slimmer and larger iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus hit stores Friday, but fans are already waiting in line.
AT&T is slated to buy DirecTV for $48.5 billion.
A new deal from AT&T could be music to some of their customers’ ears. The cellphone carrier plans to start offering a subscription to streaming service Beats Music in a package that gives as many as five family members unlimited streaming and song downloading for $15 a month.
On Veterans Day many take time to honor those who have served our country, but some veterans have trouble finding work once their military service is complete. Now some companies are working to make sure veterans can find jobs once they get home.
Two new AT&T stores will soon open their doors in South Florida. But before they do, they’ll need employees to staff them.