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AT&T joins other wireless companies by ending two-year phone contracts from January 8

AT&T joins other wireless companies by ending two-year phone contracts from January 8

Joining the league of other wireless operators like T-Mobile and Verizon, AT&T is also putting an end to its long-going two –year phone contract scheme. From January 8, people will not be able to get a cellphone using this scheme.

Instead, AT&T is starting two new schemes as per which a person can buy the phone by paying the full price upfront or in installments over time. The decision will be applicable on all the phones even flip phones and non-smartphones with keyboards. But the scheme will remain open for business contracts.

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YouTube Accuses T-Mobile of Degrading Quality of its Videos

-YouTube Accuses T-Mobile of Degrading Quality of its Videos

T-Mobile recently launched a new program that allows viewers to watch videos without using their data allotment. But now, this new program is drawing huge criticism. YouTube has recently accused it of degrading the quality of its videos and of other users.

Bellevue-based company’s new program, called Binge On, is even available to those customers who have data plans of at least 3 gigabytes.

YouTube blames T-Mobile for throttling video content

YouTube blames T-Mobile for throttling video content

Alphabet’s YouTube has blamed telecom operator T-Mobile for throttling its videos for mobile customers. T-Mobile recently introduced Binge On service for its customers and YouTube has claimed that T-Mobile is deliberately slowing down streaming of video content on its network. T-Mobile responded to YouTube’s claims by saying that Binge On service is totally under control of customers.

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