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Hesse: Sprint could discontinue unlimited pricing

Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S) CEO Dan Hesse said the carrier doesn't have plans to implement tiered pricing for mobile data--but he didn't rule out such a move at some point in the future. "We are watching

AT&T expects record smartphone numbers in Q3

AT&T (NYSE:T) CEO Randall Stephenson said the carrier will report a record number of smartphone sales in the third quarter, and also defended the company's pace on moving to LTE. Speaking at the

AT&T CEO reiterates support for wireless exemption to net neutrality

AT&T (NYSE:T) has been one of the most vocal opponents of the FCC's consideration of net neutrality regulations for wireless, and that has not changed in the slightest. AT&T CEO Randall

U-verse continues expansion, rolls out service in Charleston, S.C.

AT&T is continuing to extend the reach of its U-verse IPTV service, saying today that it would begin rolling out the product in the Charleston, S.C. area. The operator said services offered would

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AT&T to launch LTE by mid-2011

AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) will launch commercial LTE service by mid-2011, and will cover between 70 million and 75 million POPs by the end of next year, a top executive said. Speaking at the Bank of

Did an early Internet standards body envision paid priority?

As the battle over net neutrality rages on, AT&T (NYSE:T) set off another firestorm by claiming that the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) in the late 1990s envisioned all along ISP priority

AT&T touts network improvements under hail of criticism

AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) touted the enhancements it made to its networks in the first half of 2010, noting it has poured more than $8.2 billion into its wired and wireless networks. The company

AT&T exec sounds like cable guy when it comes to TV Everywhere

When it comes to TV Everywhere, Dan York, president of content for AT&T (NYSE: T) sounds very much like any other cable guy who wants to be sure that his investment in programming and content

Jarich: The problems network vendors face when selling convergence

Back at the end of August, I had the pleasure of presenting at a customer's executive development program. Execs from across the company were spending a week on strategic planning. I was there to