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Verizon's Melone discusses '4G' marketing claims

SAN FRANCISCO--Speaking at the Open Mobile Summit conference here, Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) CTO Anthony Melone was careful to call Verizon's forthcoming LTE service as "4G LTE"--a notable

AT&T, Scripps agree to deal for HGTV, Food Network, GAC and more

AT&T and Scripps have agreed on a carriage deal for HGTV, Food Network, DIY Network, Cooking Channel and GAC, nipping in the bud any possibility of a protracted fight, a la Fox and Cablevision,

AT&T, T-Mobile bicker over possible 3G data roaming agreement

In arguments to the FCC, T-Mobile USA claimed that AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) has refused to enter into a 3G data roaming agreement--a claim that AT&T quickly refuted. The dust-up between the

Twitter: The future of customer care?

It looks like Twitter is quickly becoming the future of customer care. According to the Technology Review, which is published by MIT, AT&T has embarked on an experimental project that leverages

AT&T takes U-verse to Decatur, Ala., plans to wind down rollouts in 2011

Starting today, Decatur, Ala. will have a new option for video as AT&T (NYSE: T) plans to bring U-verse services to parts of the region. Decatur is just one of many new areas where AT&T has

Wireline industry scare fest: What keeps telco executives up at night?

As Halloween approaches, FierceTelecom decided to ponder: What makes wireline executives turn their heads in a 360° fashion? Putting aside my fascination with how the story and graphic images of

Alca-Lu: Tiered mobile data pricing doesn't translate into operator profitability

Alcatel-Lucent (NYSE:ALU) warned during the Broadband World Forum in Paris that tiered pricing for mobile data services alone won't make mobile data services profitable. Operators have begun

AT&T's first LTE-capable device won't roam onto Verizon's LTE network

AT&T Mobility's (NYSE:T) recently announced LTE-capable USB stick will not work on the LTE network Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) is scheduled to launch later this year, according to an AT&T

AT&T's margins take a hit after activating a record 5.2M iPhones in Q3

AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) continues to draw subscribers to its network thanks to--acording multiple reports--its soon-to-end exclusive relationship with Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) for its iPhone. The

AT&T (NYSE:T) Earnings Q3 2010

Read the story View the earnings statement AT&T (NYSE:T) today reported its results for 3Q10. Highlights of the announcement include: $2.08 diluted EPS compared to $0.54 diluted EPS in the third