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AT&T: FCC set-top proposal is a 'radical unbundling scheme'

In comments filed to the FCC, AT&T said the agency's proposed set-top regulations "bears no relationship" to mandates established by Section 629 of the Communications Act and is essentially a "radical unbundling scheme."

Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint: How did they stack up in Q1?

Now that the first-quarter earnings season is coming to a close, it's time to take stock and see how each of the major carriers performed.  FierceWireless  has compiled several reports from leading analysts to present an in-depth look at just how Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile US and Sprint each performed in the first quarter of 2016.

AT&T ramps MDU fiber builds, sees growing potential in G.fast

As AT&T continues to ramp up its FTTH deployments into new cities like San Jose, California, the service provider is finding that the best targets for 1 Gbps service exist in multi-dwelling units (MDUs).

AT&T, Sprint launch new BOGO promos covering iPhone 6, 6s Plus and other gadgets

AT&T and Sprint are hoping to boost second-quarter subscriber adds with new promotions continuing the buy-one, get-one theme.

Wells Fargo analysts: Don't forget the wildcard that is FirstNet

Analysts at Well Fargo Securities are reminding investors that the winner of the FirstNet contract will get access to 20 MHz of nationwide 700 MHz spectrum in the upper D block – representing one of the last ways for carriers to get access to new spectrum outside the secondary market.

Sprint, Windstream find EoC fits where fiber installations aren't economically feasible

Sprint and Windstream may be ramping up their presence in the Ethernet services race, but to get the necessary scale these service providers can't justify building out fiber to every business location they serve.

At INTX, AT&T hints at its DirecTV vision for the future of TV

BOSTON-- Here at the INTX show, there's plenty of discussion about "the future of TV." The issue in question, of course, is how the nation's cable operators will continue to play in the market they once dominated but that is now in a state of upheaval due to the large and growing number of streaming players like Netflix, Amazon, Roku and others. AT&T may have an answer. The carrier in the fourth quarter of this year will release the first version of what I'll call DirecTV 2.0, essentially the combination of AT&T's U-verse and DirecTV video businesses.

MetTel challenges AT&T, Verizon with alternative SD-WAN solution

MetTel has joined the competitive carrier movement to offer a SD-WAN service for enterprise and medium-sized business, challenging incumbent players like AT&T and Verizon with an alternative service.

AT&T responds to Google Fiber's $70 challenge with 1 Gbps launch in San Francisco area

AT&T is making another statement in the wake of Google Fiber's move to bring competitively priced FTTH into the San Francisco metro market by launching its 1 Gbps GigaPower FTTH service in six areas at the same $70 per month price point.

AT&T, CenturyLink, Verizon lose more broadband subscribers in Q1, LRG says

AT&T, CenturyLink and Verizon and other telcos collectively added just 65,893 broadband subscribers in the first quarter as customers churned to cable operators that can offer higher speeds, particularly in areas where slower speed DSL is the only available broadband service.