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AT&T's usage based billing plan goes into effect

AT&T (NYSE: T) this week is implementing the usage based billing (UBB) rules for its DSL and U-verse broadband customers it previously announced in March. Starting today, existing DSL service

IDC: What the white iPhone really means for Apple iPhone owners

Last week marked the arrival of the long-awaited and much-anticipated white iPhone 4 at Apple, AT&T and Verizon Wireless stores. The launch happened following a series of false starts, including

AT&T upgrades Motorola Atrix, HTC Inspire 4G to HSUPA

AT&T Mobility announced it has begun adding HSUPA technology to its two newest HSPA+-enabled smartphones, the Motorola Atrix and the HTC Inspire 4G. The two devices originally came to market with

Sprint notches 1.1M subs in Q1, but struggles against Verizon iPhone

Sprint Nextel (NYSE: S) added 1.1 million net subscribers in its first quarter, pushing forward with the momentum it generated in the fourth quarter. However, Sprint lost around 114,000 net postpaid

What are people saying about AT&T's proposed purchase of T-Mobile?

The FCC recently opened a proceeding to solicit public comments on whether the agency should approve AT&T's proposed $39 billion purchase of T-Mobile USA. Anyone can use the FCC's online filing

Sprint wants access to confidential information in AT&T/T-Mobile filing

Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S) wants to see all of the more than 100-page document AT&T (NYSE:T) filed last week with the FCC as part of its proposed $39 billion purchase of T-Mobile USA--not just the

Sprint, AT&T load up on lobbyists for T-Mobile deal

It's no secret that Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S) and AT&T (NYSE:T) are gearing for a fight over AT&T's proposed $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile USA. Both carriers are bulking up their lobbying

Lowenstein's View: It's time for a consumer-oriented FCC

AT&T's proposed acquisition of T-Mobile USA will shine a light on the Federal Communication Commission's view of the wireless industry's "state of competitiveness." Given the rapidly changing

AT&T says T-Mobile buy will bring LTE coverage to 97% of population

AT&T (NYSE:T) filed its formal paperwork with the FCC to acquire spectrum licenses from T-Mobile USA, and its future deployment of LTE plays a starring role in the filing. The operator, which

AT&T files with FCC to acquire T-Mobile

AT&T (NYSE:T) filed its formal paperwork with the FCC to acquire spectrum licenses from T-Mobile USA, a major milestone in its bid to acquire the nation's No. 4 carrier in a $39 billion deal. In