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Enterprises not thrilled with Wi-Fi offload strategies

U.S. operators often tout the economic benefits of offloading smartphone data traffic to Wi-Fi networks. These Wi-Fi offload strategies are becoming a necessary part of relieving overtaxed cellular

AT&T, T-Mobile again tout nearly ubiquitous LTE coverage, but when?

Wireless operator executives descended on Capitol Hill yesterday to defend or argue against AT&T's (NYSE:T) proposed $39-billion acquisition of T-Mobile USA. During his testimony before the

AT&T, Sprint spar over T-Mobile deal at congressional hearing

AT&T (NYSE:T) CEO Randall Stephenson defended his company's proposed $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile USA at the first congressional hearing on the deal, while Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S) CEO Dan

Sprint intros 3 GB, 10 GB mobile broadband options, but remains uncompetitive

Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S) rejiggered the pricing and usage options for its EV-DO and WiMAX data-only service plans, but the carrier's new selections remain more complex and expensive than those of

Sprint CEO on offense, defense over AT&T/T-Mobile deal

Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S) CEO Dan Hesse used the company's annual shareholder meeting to once again blast AT&T's (NYSE:T) proposed $39 billion purchase of T-Mobile USA, essentially offering a

AT&T offering 'Comcastic' arguments for T-Mobile acquisition

AT&T (NYSE: T) has apparently ripped a page from Comcast's (Nasdaq: CMCSA) playbook on how to successfully complete a huge merger in the face of regulatory skepticism. AT&T CEO Randall

AT&T allocates $1B to target new cloud-based service opportunities

AT&T (NYSE: T) has hatched a plan to invest $1 billion to respond to its business customer's ongoing adoption of cloud, mobile and network services. The $1 billion figure, which is part of its

AT&T to invest $1B in cloud, mobility services

AT&T (NYSE:T) said it will spend $1 billion this year to push cloud, mobility and network solutions to enterprise customers, an action the company said was largely made possible by the explosion

Lawmakers worry AT&T could use USF funds for LTE buildout

Congressional aides are concerned AT&T (NYSE:T) could use Universal Service Fund money to meet the LTE buildout goals the company outlined as part of its proposed $39 billion acquisition of

AT&T to face first antitrust hearing this week over T-Mobile deal

AT&T's (NYSE:T) proposed $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile USA will face its first test Wednesday morning when the Senate Judiciary Antitrust subcommittee holds its first hearing on the deal.