AT&T Wireless Review
AT&T Wireless is the largest wireless service provider in the United States and currently has over 71 million subscribers. AT&T Wireless has gone through many changes over the years. After several years of business, AT&T Wireless was purchased by Cingular. In December 2006, Cingular was bought by AT&T and the wireless service was rebranded as AT&T Wireless after a short period.
AT&T Wireless Technology Review
With so many changes and acquisitions, AT&T has finally landed on the GSM network which is one of the more recent and popular wireless technologies. AT&T Wireless also supports higher speed data transfered like EDGE and is offers 3G transfer speeds in some areas.
AT&T Wireless Cell Phones
Through the original years of AT&T Wireless, Cingular and the New AT&T Wireless, they always offered some of the newest and most high tech phones including Motorola lines (RAZR, KRZR, SLVR) and of course, the Apple iPhone. AT&T offers a wide variety of standard cell phones and smart phones like Palm and others.
AT&T Wireless Features
Some of AT&T’s more notable features include their marketing claim of the “fewest dropped calls” and their rollover minutes. Very few wireless providers are offering rollover minutes where your unused minutes are carried over month to month. These minute typically expire after 12 months but can often prevent you from overage costs occasionally.