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AT&T, Qualcomm oppose merging MediaFLO deal with T-Mobile acquisition

AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) and Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) filed a letter with the FCC urging the commission not to combine its evaluation of AT&T's proposed $1.93 billion purchase of Qualcomm's

UPDATED: T-Mobile unveils new tiered data plans for smartphones, details throttling speeds

T-Mobile USA unveiled three new tiered data plans for smartphones, in addition to its existing $30 per month plan that offers 5 GB of data. The operator also said that if customers go over their

AT&T nears end of its U-verse service buildout

AT&T (NYSE: T) may be on track to pass 30 million homes with U-verse service--one of the fastest growing parts of its wireline business--by the end of 2011, but it appears that they may stop once

AT&T asks FCC to approve more 700 MHz spectrum license purchases

Spectrum from T-Mobile USA and Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM), it seems, is not enough. AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) is asking the FCC to approve its purchase of two additional spectrum licenses that cover 700

AT&T execs hit the road in defense of T-Mobile deal

After sparring with Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S) during a congressional hearing last week, AT&T (NYSE:T) executives are taking their case for the company's proposed $39 billion purchase of T-Mobile USA

FCC names antitrust lawyer to review AT&T, T-Mobile deal

Without saying a word about the matter, Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) could be making things tough for AT&T (NYSE: T) to merge with T-Mobile. Having just completed a long and contentious process to

Verizon's McAdam: AT&T/T-Mobile deal was 'inevitable'

AT&T's (NYSE:T) proposed $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile USA was "inevitable" given the spectrum and market positions of the two companies, Verizon (NYSE:VZ) Communications COO Lowell McAdam

MetroPCS, Leap open to scooping up divested AT&T/T-Mobile assets

Executives from flat-rate carriers MetroPCS (NASDAQ:PCS) and Leap Wireless (NASDAQ:LEAP) each said they would consider buying spectrum and other network assets that AT&T (NYSE:T) might be forced

AT&T to launch wireless security service in 2012

AT&T (NYSE:T) said it will launch a wireless security service for consumers next year as concerns about malware and viruses on mobile devices mount. John Stankey, the president of AT&T's

AT&T exec: Market not big enough for both Clearwire, LightSquared

The wireless industry is not large enough to support multiple wholesale providers--namely Clearwire (NASDAQ:CLWR) and LightSquared--and the two would be better off if the market consolidated, a