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AT&T CEO hints at possibility of joint cable promotions

Noting that AT&T (NYSE: T) has not opposed the deals Verizon (NYSE: VZ) has struck to market mobile phone and data services in joint promotions with Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA), Time Warner Cable (

AT&T blasts Q4 record with 9.4M smartphone sales, 7.6M iPhone activations

AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) reported a stunning 9.4 million smartphone sales in the fourth quarter, up nearly 60 percent year-over-year and nearly double its smartphone sales in the third quarter. The

AT&T adds 208,000 U-verse subs, sees strong sales in 4Q

AT&T (NYSE: T) today said it added 208,000 U-verse customers in the fourth quarter, bringing its total subscriber base to 3.8 million and topping the 194,000 net adds rival Verizon (NYSE: VZ)

AT&T, Sprint battle over roaming and network investment

AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) is accusing Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S) of taking advantage of expanded roaming rules to stop investing in its network. Sprint disputes the claim, saying that it has actually

AT&T's wireline voice declines drive more job cuts in Connecticut

Eroding voices service revenues are forcing AT&T (NYSE: T) to let go another 150 employees in its Connecticut market. "We are eliminating some positions due to reduced workload in our shrinking

AT&T launches cloud-based unified communications service

AT&T (NYSE: T) is giving businesses a less painful method for business users to collaborate across wireline and wireless domain with its new cloud-based unified communications (UC) service.

Viewcast debuts new Niagra 9100 streaming video encoder line; AT&T U-verse usage caps still on the shelf

More news from Fierce: > Video encoding and management solution provider ViewCast is rolling out a new video encoder series that streams SD and HD video and enables service providers, broadcasters

AT&T cutting jobs in Connecticut; CWA readies for April contract expiration

AT&T (NYSE: T), blaming its sluggish landline business, has cut some 150 workers from its payroll in Connecticut. The telco eliminated 100 phone operators' job across the state, and also

AT&T, T-Mobile file request for AWS spectrum transfer

AT&T (NYSE:T) and T-Mobile USA formally filed with the FCC to transfer some of AT&T's AWS spectrum to T-Mobile. The spectrum transfer is a condition of the $6 billion breakup fee AT&T

Making the business case for mobile data offloading: A service with no downside

Kennedy There are multiple business cases for mobile data offloading, including those for mobile data subscribers and mobile and broadband network operators. The business cases are driven