Saturday, May 21, 2011

AT&T Samsung Infuse 4G for ATT Wireless 4G Network

AT&T Samsung Infuse 4G review- I was just reading a good review of the Samsung Infuse 4G Offered on AT&T Wireless. The review is over on gigaom and gives a good overview of features. The review says it is $199, but you might just find it for less than that. I have seen it offered as low as $149. Prices are subject to change, but if you are interested you might want to see what it's going for:

According to the review at gigaom, The Samsung 4G has the largest display of any phone offered by AT&T. It's a "big and bold" android smartphone, that is still small enough to fit in your pocket because of it's thinness. They note that the Atrix 4G has a high screen resolution but the display on the Infuse might be even better. It's recommend as a great phone, as long as you want a bigger Android phone. , Note: many visitors are coming here searching for, just as others are looking for or other urls. This is not or and website. 

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Sunday, May 01, 2011

Our Most Popular Cell Phone Providers

Another month has passed us by, and we've read a lot of wireless industry news. 

This is a fast developing technology, and changes are sure to come. However, some things tend to stay the same- at least for awhile. Our most popular cell phone providers for the month of April 2011, were ( in order from most to least popular): AT&T Mobility, Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile, and Sprint.  

AT&T- At&t remains popular, with many customers looking to upgrade their old phones to new smartphones, and new customers coming on board as well. With the market saturation of this industry, we are finding many visitors/customers are already sold on their provider and just looking for new phones. 

Popular AT&T phones include: HTC Freestyle phone, HTC Inspire 4G Android phone, Samsung Focus Windows phone,and Sony Ericsson Xperia 10X Android for AT&T.  

Verizon- Remains popular and keeps coming out with new smartphones. In the next few years I believe one of the biggest battles in the wireless industry will be Verizon and ATT trying to keep their current customers from switching and trying attract their competitor's best customers. 

Verizon's top phones this month included: Droid, Droid X, HTC Droid Incredible, and the HTC ThunderBolt. 

T-Mobile- The pending merger with AT&T has not affected T-Mobile's business for the worse ( from what we can see). They continue to offer top phones, and right now they offer the cheapest unlimited phone plan. 

Our most popular T-Mobile phone has been the Samsung Galaxy S 4G. Recently, we posted a short news story about the Samsung Galaxy lawsuit

Sprint- The HTC Hero Android Phone and Grey Samsung Intercept Android have been the most popular Sprint phones for us. So there you have them, the most popular cell phone plan providers and their most popular phones.