In my analysis of the third-quarter wireless carrier earnings results, I noticed several trends worth sharing. They are as follows: Wireless operators have abandoned their walled gardens. There were
Cox Communications is throwing in the towel on efforts to market mobile phone service to its pay TV customers, telling subscribers that it will discontinue the year-old service on March 30. Among the
AT&T (Nasdaq: CMCSA) has been blocked from installing 726 utility boxes for its U-verse TV and Internet services in San Francisco, after a local judge concluded that there is a "fair argument"
Frontier Communications (NYSE: FTR) has found that a way to enhance its service portfolio by providing wireless voice and data services through a relationship with AT&T Mobility (NYSE: T).
AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) signed an agency agreement with regional wireline provider Frontier Communications, allowing Frontier to provide AT&T smartphones and wireless service to its customers.
A new comScore report says that 20 percent of all U.S.-based, browser-based business Internet traffic as of September 2011 came from AT&T (NYSE: T). Not far behind Ma Bell were Verizon (NYSE: VZ)
AT&T (NYSE: T) dominates the market for commercial ISPs, delivering about 20 percent of Internet traffic to businesses during September, according to ComScore. Source: ComScore Verizon
As we close out the third-quarter 2011 reporting season, it's clear that Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone continued to play an integral role in the top U.S. wireless operators' quarterly metrics. And
AT&T (NYSE: T) launched its U-verse TV and U-verse Internet services in Brenham, Texas, earlier this week. The telco will challenge incumbent cable operator Suddenlink Communications in Brenham.
T-Mobile USA added net subscribers in the third quarter, breaking with its trend of customer losses in the first two quarters of this year. While the company's growth relied on higher prepaid