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We don't care how long ago you purchased your phone. If you've had your phone a week, a month, or a year, you can always come visit us for free help with your wireless phone. We are happy to give you one-on-one training at any time.
Stop in to find out what new apps we are using on our smartphones. We will show which apps we like, and how you can use them.
As an employee of Miffling County your could be saving 18% on qualifying AT&T services* and receive exclusive discounts from One-Stop Communications.
For more information see the flyer below.
To have the discounted added to your AT&T account visit One-Stop Communications with proof of employment (Mifflin County ID badge or paystub).
We offer discounts for many other companies. Visit One-Stop Communications to see if your employer already has a business discount set-up with AT&T. If not, we can help establish a business discount for your company.
Here’s how it works. Whether you already have an AT&T account, or you’re choosing AT&T for the first time, there’s more than one way to receive a $100 bill credit.
Offer ends March 31, 2014 and is subject to change at any time. Activate a new postpaid line with wireless service and receive a $100 bill credit. GoPhone® not included. Must maintain service and good standing status for 45 days to receive credit. Credit received within 3 bill cycles. Offer may not be combinable with other credits or offers. Visit att.com/100credit for full requirements. General Wireless Service Terms: Subject to Wireless Customer Agreement or applicable Business Agreement. Activation fee $36/line may apply. Early termination fee up to $325 may apply. Credit approval required. Geographic, usage, and other terms, conditions, and restrictions apply, and may result in service termination. Coverage and services not available everywhere. Taxes and other monthly charges apply. Screen images simulated. ©2014 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. All other marks used herein are the property of their respective owners.
As of Jan. 18, AT&T customers at least six months into their two-year contracts can switch to the Next program for no additional charge. At the same time, customers switching over can opt for one of AT&T’s mobile share plans. In addition, for customers newly signing on for two-year contracts as of Jan. 19, AT&T has shortened the device upgrade cycle from 24 months to 20 months.
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As an employee of Geisinger your could be saving 24% on qualifying AT&T services* and receive exclusive discounts from One-Stop Communications.
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To have the discounted added to your AT&T account visit One-Stop Communications with proof of employment (Geisinger ID badge or paystub).
Software-based "Virtual Joey" client connects to DISH Hopper, making live TV and recordings accessible on PlayStation® platforms.
DISH Network L.L.C., a subsidiary of DISH Network Corporation (NASDAQ:DISH), today announced that it will be launching an application that gives customers control of the Hopper® Whole-Home HD DVR on Sony Computer Entertainment's PlayStation®3 (PS3™) and PlayStation®4 (PS4™) systems starting Spring 2014. DISH's Virtual Joey provides a nearly identical experience to the Hopper Whole-Home HD DVR's hardware-based Joey®, making live TV and recordings accessible on PlayStation platforms.
With millions of PS3 and PS4 systems in U.S. homes, PlayStation owners with a DISH subscription will be able to stay connected with their Hopper system via a software-based Virtual Joey client. Using a customer's home network, the Virtual Joey can connect wirelessly to the Hopper allowing for installation options where coaxial or Ethernet wiring may be difficult to access.
"DISH's ‘Virtual Joey' brings the industry's most awarded DVR experience to millions of PS3 and PS4 systems already in American homes," said Joseph P. Clayton, DISH president and CEO. "We strive to provide consumers with the best TV experience and ‘Virtual Joey' means DISH is delivering even more choices in how and where consumers enjoy their Hopper."
The software-based clients operate on users' wireless or wired home networks and provide access to and control of the Hopper Whole-Home HD DVR, including live TV, recordings and navigation of the electronic program guide.
DISH expects to release the PS3 and PS4 apps to DISH customers within the first half of 2014.
To use the Hopper Whole-Home HD DVR capabilities on PS3 and PS4 systems, DISH subscribers will need to download an application from the PlayStation Store to their PlayStation 3 or PlayStation 4. Customers can operate the Virtual Joey on PS3 or PS4 using a DISH remote or DUALSHOCK controller.
AT&T is using CES to unveil the nifty Asus Padfone X, a 5-inch Android smartphone that powers a 9-inch tablet when docked.
The smartphone and tablet both run Android KitKat 4.4 and support HD voice, VoLTE and LTE-Advanced technology like carrier aggregation. Promising “seamless transition,” the Padfone smartphone operates independently and pops up on the tablet screen as soon as its slotted into the dock on the back of the tablet.
AT&T and Asus are also promising strong battery performance from the device. On Asus’ website, the company touts the latest model’s 63 hours of extended talk time.
Last year, Asus launched both the Padfone Infinity and Padfone mini in Taiwan. The announcement of the Padfone X coming to AT&T marks the U.S. debut for the device.
AT&T will be the exclusive carrier for the device. AT&T and Asus have already partnered on devices like the MeMO Pad 10-inch LTE tablet and the VivoTab. The carrier promised to soon announce pricing details and a release date for the Padfone X.
New DISH Anywhere App Integrates Hopper Transfers for Android, iPad and iPhone; Coming to Kindle Fire
Responding to growing consumer demand to watch favorite content on their mobile devices, DISH Network L.L.C., a subsidiary of DISH Network Corporation (NASDAQ: DISH), has upgraded its DISH Anywhere™ app to integrate the Hopper TransfersTM feature to both iOS and Android phones and tablets. The new DISH Anywhere app gives Hopper® with Sling® users the ability to view recorded content where no Internet connection is available. This enhancement is a free update for DISH Anywhere users.
"Subscribers want an easier way to utilize the Hopper with Sling's remote viewing capabilities, and today we launch the pay-TV industry's only all-in-one app," said Vivek Khemka
, senior vice president, product management at DISH. "Now, Hopper with Sling users can choose to watch all their live and recorded shows remotely and transfer recorded programs to their iOS and Android devices, all within the new DISH Anywhere app."
Today, DISH also announced that the integrated DISH Anywhere app will launch on Kindle Fire tablets in the coming months.
The update combines two apps DISH released last year: DISH Anywhere and Hopper TransfersTM. DISH Anywhere gives users the ability to remotely view live TV programs or recorded events when connected to the Internet. It is available on most Internet-connected devices including iPhones, iPads and Android phones and tablets.
The Hopper Transfers feature, now incorporated into DISH Anywhere, gives users the ability to move recorded programs from a Hopper with Sling to mobile devices for watching programs when an Internet connection is unavailable.