PC Mag: The carrier's charges for feature phones and smartphones make no sense.
Is AT&T trying to kill feature phones? Recently, the company started charging less per month for full-fledged smartphones than for crippled texting phones. This would seem to deprive the carrier's 85.1 million customers of a useful, inexpensive mobile device choice.
AT&T’s CEO John Stankey said that he expects the pay-TV industry to soon hit a level of little or no growth. He predicts that it will plateau once the number of pay-TV subscribers falls somewhere between 55 and 60 million users.
PCMag released its Fastest Mobile Networks report and there are plenty of interesting insights to be found, including ones about 5G.