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Survey: Developers rate AT&T best U.S. carrier partner

Mobile developers cite AT&T (NYSE:T) as the U.S. carrier best equipped to help them create and sell their applications, according to new survey conducted by market intelligence firm Evans Data

RTG urges FCC to deny AT&T's purchase of Windstream's 700 MHz licenses

In a fiery filing with the FCC, the Rural Telecommunications Group lambasted AT&T Mobility's (NYSE:T) proposed purchased of six 700 MHz C Block licenses in Pennsylvania from regional telecom firm

AT&T offering free femtocells to customers with poor coverage

AT&T (NYSE:T) has reportedly begun mailing coupons for free 3G MicroCell indoor base stations to subscribers who are likely to have poor AT&T coverage in their homes. An AT&T spokesman

Verizon to report $600 million pension charge in 2010 earnings

Verizon (NYSE: VZ) is going to have to take a $600 million hit in its 2010 full year earnings because of a change in the way it reports pension benefits, reports Reuters. The service provider, which

Mosaic: AT&T won't let us roam onto 3G network

The data roaming debate before the FCC continues to spark acrimonious arguments among the nation's wireless carriers, this time with AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) and Wisconsin carrier Mosaic Telecom

AT&T makes U-verse pitch to SMB market

AT&T is taking its U-verse IPTV business to, well, businesses. The telco is pitching its service, which now is available in 131 markets in 22 states, as "perfect for customer waiting areas or

The data tsunami, and why Sprint increased its data charges

Wireless carriers are increasingly impacted by the continuing data tsunami. In order to stimulate demand and make it easy for consumers to dare to use this new medium called data flat rate

AT&T takes $2.7 billion charge in Q4 from pension accounting change

As AT&T (NYSE: T) gets ready to release Q4 2010 earnings in about two weeks, the service provider will have to take out about $2.7 billion, a factor it attributes to how it handles accounting for

AT&T takes MEF Ethernet service provider of year honor

AT&T's (NYSE: T) work as a domestic Ethernet provider has paid off as the Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) has awarded the service provider its "Service Provider of the Year" award for 2010. The award

Verizon to rural operators: You'll have to go to Apple for iPhone

Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) said it remains committed to its promise to give smaller wireless carriers--those with 500,000 or fewer subscribers--access to its exclusive devices from all of its handset