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Obama spectrum plan muddied by AT&T/T-Mobile deal

President Obama's plan to make $27.8 billion over the next decade from wireless spectrum auctions is facing concerns that AT&T's (NYSE:T) proposed $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile USA will

CenturyLink's Post: AT&T/T-Mobile deal will have minimal impact on its wireless backhaul future

CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL), a wireline-centric provider, believes that it will take time to understand what effect AT&T's (NYSE: T) proposed deal to acquire T-Mobile (XETRA: DTE.DE) will have on its

AT&T reverses course, will support third-party Android app stores

AT&T (NYSE:T) will soften its stance against non-market Android applications, confirming plans to support the new Amazon Appstore for Android as well as other third-party storefronts. "AT&T

AT&T to use Qualcomm's MediaFLO spectrum to double LTE speeds

AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) hopes to double the speeds of its planned LTE network by essentially gluing together the 700 MHz spectrum it is working to purchase from Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) with its

AT&T's justifications for T-Mobile deal run into static

Skeptics are arguing that AT&T's (NYSE:T) proposed $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile USA is not the best way to improve AT&T's network and spectrum needs, undercutting one of the key

Skeptics aren't buying AT&T's T-Mobile spectrum argument

Cable's $2.4 billion worth of mothballed wireless spectrum could be in jeopardy if skeptics win the argument that AT&T (NYSE: T) doesn't need to spend $49 billion to expand its spectrum holdings.

How AT&T plans to boost the speed of its planned LTE network

AT&T (NYSE:T) is waiting on the FCC to approve its acquisition of Qualcomm's MediaFLO spectrum in the 700 MHz band. What will the carrier use the one-way broadcast spectrum for? Not TV services.

FCC's Copps pushes back against AT&T/T-Mobile deal

FCC Commissioner Michael Copps said AT&T's (NYSE:T) bid to purchase T-Mobile USA for $39 billion could face "a steeper climb" at the commission than Comcast's acquisition of

AT&T's Stephenson: T-Mobile deal likely will require divestitures

AT&T (NYSE:T) CEO Randall Stephenson said the company likely will be forced to divest some assets in its bid to acquire T-Mobile USA for $39 billion, an admission that coincided with his

MetroPCS' COO on the pros and cons of the AT&T/T-Mobile deal

with Tom Keys, COO of MetroPCS The wireless industry has been closely watching no-contract carrier MetroPCS' (NASDAQ:PCS) LTE deployment, it's launch of the first Android-based LTE smartphone and