The availability of LTE service is prompting mobile customers to consume substantially more data, particularly among those who have large data plans, according to a new whitepaper.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson credits Apple's iPhone with making the operator realize it needed to change its network architecture and massively boost its spectrum holdings.
Dish Network CEO Joseph Clayton said the company is still looking for a partner to help it build a wireless broadband service using its LTE Advanced spectrum.
AT&T and the Communications Workers of America District 6 recently came to a tentative agreement with wireline workers in the telco's Southwest territory.
As the year 2012 comes to a close, FierceTelecom is once again taking a look back at the major trends that took place this year in the wireline segment of the telecom industry. For today's issue of FierceTelecom, we are serving up our fourth annual Year in Review issue.
Comcast engineers have completed a software update on apps for Apple's iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch which will allow its Xfinity X1 subscribers to navigate cable programming with voice commands, a spokesman told FierceCable Thursday.
AT&T is reportedly exploring what wireless customers think about the idea of having content providers foot the bill for some of the data those users consume.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop said he is pleased with the progress of the company's flagship Lumia 920 smartphone, but admitted that the limited supply of the smartphone is causing frustration within the company's sales force. Despite this issue, Elop told CNET that the company is looking to broaden its distribution channels and launch the smartphone in many more countries.
AT&T Mobility received approval from the FCC to acquire a trove of new spectrum in the AWS and 2.3 GHz WCS bands, which it intends to use for LTE service in the years ahead.
In today's spotlight, FierceIPTV editor Jim Barthold takes a look at the biggest IPTV stories of 2012.