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AT&T launches Samsung Infuse, offers glimpse into handset, network plans

AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) announced it will sell the Samsung Infuse 4G Android smartphone starting May 15 for $199 with a two-year contract. The carrier also provided additional details on its

Alcatel-Lucent benefits from U.S. LTE demand, narrows its Q1 losses

Telecom equipment maker Alcatel-Lucent (NASDAQ:ALU) moved closer to achieving its goal of profitability and long-term growth. The company posted first quarter revenues of $5.43 billion, an increase

T-Mobile losses mount, 99K subs defect in Q1

T-Mobile USA suffered another difficult quarter as customers left the carrier at an alarming rate--the company lost 99,000 subscribers in the first quarter of 2011, bringing its total subscriber base

Rumor Mill: Sprint delaying BlackBerry PlayBook launch

Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S) may be delaying the launch of Research In Motion's (NASDAQ:RIMM) BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. According to Electronista, an internal document was circulated to dealers that said

AT&T Government Solutions introduces new Telework solution

AT&T's new telework solution set is a clear response to the ongoing movement by government agencies to meet and expand teleworking options for their workforce. In partnership with Oracle and

Sprint battles against AT&T/T-Mobile deal at state level

In addition to lobbying Congress and federal regulators against AT&T's (NYSE:T) proposed $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile USA, Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S) is taking its fight to state regulators.

Report: Justice Department extends review of AT&T/T-Mobile deal

The Department of Justice has extended its review of AT&T's (NYSE:T) proposed $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile USA via new requests for information, a move that could allow antitrust

AT&T's Internet usage penalties a potential black eye for telco

Strategy Analytics analyst Ben Piper, in a report released late last week, said cable TV operators weren't paying enough attention to the cord-cutting phenomenon that thinned the MSO's subscriber

AT&T makes access to the Internet more expensive

The Civil War it's not, but AT&T has fired the first shot by a major telco in the battle to curtail runaway Internet usage, rolling out punitive broadband usage fees, which hit users with

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