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AT&T: iPhone 4, HTC Aria, Samsung Captivate, BlackBerry 9700 some of the best phones in the US!

August 17th, 2010

What a nice repertoire!

Sometimes it seems that AT&T is all about the iPhone and Apple, but if  you take a closer look, then you’ll see all the other different handsets and options they have to offer.

iPhones, Androids, HTC, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, and BlackBerry are some of the phones you will find on this list! :)

If you are an AT&T customer and you are looking to upgrade, or you’ve been wanting to switch your wireless provider for a while, here we have a list of some of the best options out there.

So, which is going to be your new phone?

We have 7 great candidates that you can pick from, after the jump!

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Free text and free calls for all Samsung Galaxy S (AKA AT&T Captivate, Sprint Epic 4G, T-Mobile Vibrant, Verizon Fascinate)

August 3rd, 2010

Which Galaxy S will you get?

The good news is that it doesn’t matter which of the four major wireless carriers you are currently with, you are going to be able to buy one of these new bad boys from the Samsung family. ;)

Even better news is that Nimbuzz is available for ALL Galaxy S phones so you can talk and chat for free on Facebook, MSN, AIM, Yahoo, Google Talk and more! So if you want so save some money on minutes or texts per month, there is a solution for you!

We heard that the Captivate, Epic 4G, Vibrant, and Fascinate can be a pretty good alternative for the iPhone 4, Droid X, Incredible, and the EVO 4G. But we’ll give it sometime for more reviews to come in and you guys to decide if this is the case. :)

Have you gotten one already? Do you want to get one? Are you still trying to decide?

Join the conversation and let us know after the jump!

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Poll: AT&T vs. Verizon vs. Sprint vs. T-Mobile …

July 19th, 2010

And it is time to vote!

Every other Monday here on our Nimbuzz USA blog we ask for your opinion about the hottest topics in mobile technology.

Today is not an exception and we have created a new poll to get your feedback about  which do you think is the best  wireless carrierin the US? Please vote now on the the side bar!

We figured that there is not a better way to find the “truth about coverage” than by asking YOU, cell phone users who have to deal with dropping calls and bad service on a daily basis. ;)

So no matter where you live around the US, give us your opinion, and help those looking  for a better service for them and their families.

After you vote, make sure to check the results from last week’s poll.

After the jump!

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Find out if you are eligible for an iPhone upgrade!

June 14th, 2010

AT&T will text message customers details on iPhone 4 upgrade eligibility.

For all of you current AT&T users who are eagerly anxious to know if you qualify for an iPhone 4 upgrade, this is how you can find out in seconds!

  • Dial *639#
  • You will  receive a text message from AT&T letting you know your eligibility status.
  • If you are eligible for an upgrade, you can pay $199 for the 16GB iPhone 4 or $299 for the 32GB iPhone 4, on June 24th when it comes out!
  • If you are not: you will have to pay $200 for an early upgrade, which will involve a contract renewal with AT&T.

I did it myself, and it seems that I will be getting a new iPhone 4 pretty soon! ;)

Give it a try!

Via  Switched.com

AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint. The truth about voice coverage?

May 28th, 2010

Map US coverage

Get the best coverage for your cell phone!

We understand that is hard to choose the right phone, the right plan and the right wireless carrier for you and your family these days. Because if you are like most of us, you will commit to a two year contract, and that’s a long time to be stock with something that doesn’t fit you.

So before you do that, you probably want to make sure you get the best option out there right?

For those who are just gettin a new plan, or those who are thinking about switching to a better carrier, and even those moving to a different state or city, it is probably a good idea to check whether AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile or Sprint offer the enough voice coverage necessary around your area.

Find out more about coverage after the jump!

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Is Push Notification more reliable than AT&T? (video)

May 6th, 2010

Someone out there might be trying to reach you! But you are not getting the text or call because AT&T‘ s service is unreliable. Don’t worry, you are not alone!

Text and calls not going through are two of the main headaches AT&T’s customers have been complaining about these days.

AT&T already thought they had a solution, but we not sure if people are too happy about it. “They put you through useless steps, then want you to reformat your phone, erasing all your data…  ” writes a customer on AT&T’s forum.

iPhone users here is the solution to your problem!

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