AT&T To Provide Cellphone Roaming, Other Services In CubaAT&T plans to provide enhanced roaming and other cellphone services for customers visiting Cuba.
AT&T Hikes Prices For Some Plans, Raises Data CapsAT&T is raising the prices of some of its data plans.
Refund Check Headed To AT&T Customers Amid 'Cramming' AllegationsIf you're an AT&T customer make sure to check the mail. You could have a check waiting for you.
Are Unlimited Data Cellphone Plans On Their Way Back?AT&T is going back to offering unlimited data plans to smartphone customers while also promoting its DirecTV service.
AT&T Becomes Latest Wireless Company To Pull Plug On 2-Year ContractsAT&T will no longer offer discounted phones with two-year contracts starting Jan. 8.
Major Company Offers Veterans Jobs In South FloridaA major company is offering dozens of jobs for veterans in South Florida.
Florida Sued Once Again Over Handling Of Public RecordsGov. Rick Scott’s administration is coming under fire from two telecommunications companies who have filed a new lawsuit claiming the administration is flouting the state's public records law.
Nearly $400M State Contract Protested By AT&TTelecommunications 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.
Florida Steps Up Distracted Driving Safety CampaignWe’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.
Study: Social Media, Selfies New Road DrugJust because the driver next to you is on the phone—doesn’t mean they are texting.
All Cell Phone Users May Soon Be Contract FreeCell phone contracts may soon be a thing of the past.
Check Your Phone Bill For "Slamming" ChargesIt'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.