AT&T has finally started pushing the upgrade to Windows 10 Mobile to devices in its network after such a long and painful wait, and while it’s clearly a good thing that this is finally happening, it’s also interesting to find out why it hasn’t actually happened earlier.
In a post on the company’s support forums, an AT&T employee provides us with details that can be only frustrating for customers who are using a Windows phone and who waited for the upgrade to Windows 10 Mobile for so long.
It appears that AT&T focused more on upgrading Android devices to Marshmallow rather than pushing the Windows 10 Mobile to Windows phones in its network.
“Being honest, the update focus has primarily been on Android Marshmallow. There's been a bit of chatter around the Windows 10 update, though I haven't seen a lot of movement in that area,” the AT&T employee says.
AT&T Support: https://forums.att.com/t5/Windows-Ph...ht/true#M28102