LAS VEGAS--AT&T Mobility President and CEO Ralph de la Vega used the company's annual mobile developer event here to announce the company's four-pronged approach to strengthening its wireless
What a difference a year makes: 2009 began with Verizon Communications disputing reports that it was planning for all voice calls on its network to be VoIP-based within seven years. 2010 has begun
The Justice Department urged the FCC to free up underutilized spectrum for wireless broadband use, though the DoJ warned against auctioning off airwaves in ways that would favor major telecom
AT&T said that while it supports the principle of net neutrality, it does not think that strict, prescriptive new regulations are needed, especially for wireless broadband. In a letter to the
AT&T said late Friday its $2.35 billion purchase of some Verizon Wireless assets will close in the first quarter of next year instead of the fourth quarter, as previously expected. Verizon
Not long ago wireless operators were devising ways to spur consumers to use wireless data. Today, AT&T is talking about ways to curb excessive use. This growth is due not only to the iPhone but
To a corporate executive, there can't be two more comforting words in the English language than "cautiously optimistic." If things turn out well, you get to have retroactive dibs on foresight, and if
AT&T issued a statement this morning at the UBS 37th Annual Global Media and Communications Conference acknowledging that it expects to land its 2 millionth AT&T U-verse TV customer today.
AT&T Mobility's Ralph de la Vega admitted the carrier's wireless network is not up to par in areas of Manhattan and San Francisco, and said the company is working hard to get network issues
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