AT&T has started up a new promotion which could help fuel your Android gaming addiction if you’re on AT&T or planning on switching to them. Right now the company is offering up $50 in Google Play credit for any customers who purchase a new Android phone or tablet.
Amazon is getting ready to spread their wings a little bit more than normal and have announced that they will be offering up their 8.9″ Kindle Fire HD through AT&T later this week. The 8.9″ Kindle Fire HD will actually be at a somewhat reasonable price as well. Of course that is with you signing a 2-year contract of course.
PowerA has sent out word that their MOGA mobile gaming system has finally begun arriving on the store shelves at 1,150 AT&T locations across the USA for the usual price of $49.99. For those of you who are still unfamiliar with the MOGA controller, it allows for your phone to clip right into it, offering up all the standard buttons you could want in a full-size controller although slightly smaller in size and with the phone clasp. It can also double as a tablet gaming controller as well since it runs through Bluetooth.
AT&T has changed up their pricing for their Xperia Play 4G package deal. If you happen to be in the market for an Xperia Play, this new deal which is with a new 2-year contract will net you an Xperia Play 4G device along with your choice of plan and smartphone service.
Another carrier has been added to this list of companies to offer the Xperia Play. AT&T has announced that it will be offering the Xperia Play in a ‘stealth blue’ color which will come complete with 4G access. However, this particular Xperia Play will be offered in an package deal.
ngmoco and AT&T have teamed up to bring their huge social gaming network, Mobage, to Android users in the US. AT&T customers will have access to this huge social gaming network which is now even better funded since DeNA purchased ngmoco last year for $400 million.
Yet another major announcement in the opening keynote session came out and one that everyone should be happy about. Google has partnered with 10 OEMs and carriers to guarantee timely Android updates to devices. This is in order to combat OS fragmentation which has been happening a lot. One device gets their update while others wait for months.
Another day and more information comes out regarding the Amazon App Store for Android. This time, however, there may be some things you don’t know just yet about it or why certain companies, such as Gameloft, have decided to use it instead of the Android Market. So read on, it is pretty interesting.
In what can only be looked at as down right annoying for anyone who has just recently purchased a new Android phone (or any phone for that matter) from T-Mobile, if this apparent merger goes through, you’ll need to replace it already with one that supports AT&T 3G bands if you want to have 3G speeds.
AT&T seems to want to make things a little better for their Android users and are currently developing a social-gaming network they just announced today. Working with the crew over at OpenFeint, AT&T is developing a social-gaming community in which gamers will be able to against other people, keep track of high scores and more.