Leap Wireless continues to post customer losses thanks to aggressive strategies by T-Mobile. This comes just as AT&T prepares to complete its acquisition of Leap.
AT&T is preparing to close its acquisition of Leap Wireless, but T-Mobile is stealing Cricket customers left and right. Can Ma Bell make it work?
While the assumption was that AT&T's attempted takeover of T-Mobile was shuttered simply because it eliminated a needed competitor from the market, one of the biggest, under-stated reasons was simply AT&T's immense, blistering hubris, forged by decades of being pampered by the government. Show More Summary
Samsung already made it clear that the Galaxy S5 would reach AT&T when it launched globally in April. Still, it's nice to know the flagship is on track for an on-time arrival, right? The 5.1-inch phone just surfaced in a fresh set of FCC documents,...
AT&T recently added the LG A380 to its roster of entry-level flip phones. The A380's features suggest that its target market could be seniors, as it includes an enhanced audio mode to make phone calls louder, and a text-to-speech engine that reads text messages aloud. Show More Summary
Walmart is ready to sell buyers looking for on-contract smartphone even cheaper iPhone 5s models, as well as other smartphones, CNN Money (via 9to5Mac) reports. Purchased with a two-year contract with either AT&T or Verizon, the iPhone 5s costs only $119, down from its previous $145 price. Show More Summary
Granite Telecommunications, a competitive provider focused on providing services to multi-location businesses in the United States and Canada, said it plans on participating in AT&T's upcoming TDM-to-IP trials.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson reiterated to investors this week how pleased the company is with the cost dynamics for its initial fiber to the home (FTTH) deployment in Austin, Texas, and said it is going to roll the service out in other markets this year.
Dallas is AT&T’s home turf. It’s cable market is also dominated by Time Warner Cable. But the thought of that cable/Internet business being swallowed up by Comcast if its merger with TWC goes through was apparently enough to get AT&T to decide to roll out gigabit fiber service to the Texas town. Calling the proposed Comcast/TWC merger “an industry redefining … [More]
T-Mobile CEO John Legere loves to talk trash about his rivals’ networks but recent studies have indicated that T-Mobile has some work to do if it wants to match the network quality of Verizon and AT&T. Thankfully for Legere, he has a...Show More Summary
Galaxy S5 could be the first phone on the carrier to support the new network The mobile network space is an ever-changing landscape, and AT&T is trying to keep up with the crowd by officially launching LTE-Advanced in at least one U.S. Show More Summary
The Dow gained ground again today in advance of a key jobs report Friday. Find out some the Dow stocks that made news Thursday.
As we just got done discussing, AT&T, Verizon and Sprint recently were able to dodge a long-running lawsuit alleging the companies have been dramatically overcharging the government for wiretaps for more than a decade. The lawsuit was...Show More Summary
AT&T Inc. (T) Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecom Conference Call March 06, 2014 11:00 AM ET Executives Randall L. Stephenson – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Analysts Simon Flannery – Morgan Stanley & Co. LLC Presentation Simon Flannery – Morgan Stanley & Co. Show More Summary
AT&T has improved its LTE network in Chicago and two other markets by using an LTE-Advanced technique called Carrier Aggregation. GigaOm confirmed the soft launch with AT&T SVP of Network Technologies Kris Rinne. With Carrier Aggregation, AT&T has combined the channels of its existing spectrum to double the capacity. Show More Summary
AT&T is using a new LTE-Advanced technique called carrier aggregation, which splices two 4G transmissions together to create a fatter mobile broadband pipe. The Galaxy S5 will be one of the first devices to access it.
AT&T continues to make progress fulfilling the tenets of its Project VIP initiative, announcing multi-billion dollar investments to expand both its consumer U-verse and business fiber service to more locations in Michigan, Missouri and Ohio.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson today said the company expects to close its acquisition of Leap Wireless by the end of the month, and that it will use the pre-paid carrier's brand to shake things up. "We're going to be fairly aggressiveShow More Summary