Thursday, November 24, 2011
Five rules to help you disconnect from your phone and enjoy memorable moments with loved ones this holiday season.
The holiday season has officially begun. Most of us who are hard wired on are smart phones checking emails, Facebook and sending text messages will have to disconnect- at least for dinner. It's easier said than done. To help keep harmony during family gatherings AT&T has shared with Patch some helpful tips on cell phone etiquette. These five rules are sure to help you disconnect and enjoy memorable moments with your loved ones this season. 5 Rules for Cell Phone Etiquette
Friday, November 11, 2011
Donate your used or unused cell phones to AT&T, and the company will give prepaid calling cards to veterans serving overseas.
You can make a difference in the lives of troops serving overseas by donating an old or unused cell phone. AT&T and Cell Phones for Soldiers use the proceeds from recycling unused cell phones to send free prepaid phone cards to U.S. troops serving overseas. You can donate any cell phone from any carrier. To help, drop off old or unused cell phones and accessories at any AT&T company-owned store in the Tampa Bay area. Drop-offs can be made at the AT&T store in Largo Mall, 10500 Ulmerton Road, #610. Or find an AT&T store near you using this store locator website. If you can't make it to the store, you can mail the cell phones for free. Visit www.att.com/recycle for directions on how to download free shipping labels to mail the phone in for …
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
A $20 billion dollar AT&T initiative will improve voice and data service as well as allow users a unique way to view these improvements
Telecommunications giant AT&T has announced major improvements to its wireless networks, which should dramatically improve performance and connectivity for Largo cellar customers. In addition to adding layers of mobile broadband capacity to over 200 cell sites throughout Tampa Bay, the company is offering users a unique “peek behind the curtain” at its wireless network enhancements. Largo cellular customers can see the progression of seven upgrades this year by visiting their new microsite called Focus:Tampa-St. Petersburg. This site allows visitors to immediately view a map of the Tampa Bay area and give consumers a look at specific network improvements AT&T has made in the region since the beginning of 2011. “Local customers will benefit…