AT&T launched its Digital Life home security and automation service in 15 markets, where it will compete with similar products from Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Cox Communications.
AT&T Mobility today officially launched its long-awaited Digital Life home security and automation service, an effort aimed at growing its business beyond smartphones. The carrier's base home security service will start at $30 per month.
AT&T Mobility missed its planned March launch of its Digital Life home automation service, and the company is staying mum on when it will roll out the service and why the launch was delayed.
AT&T Mobility said it will effectively double the number of markets where it will initially launch its Digital Life home automation service from eight to 15. However, the company has not named the markets or said when exactly the service will begin.
LAS VEGAS--Shared data plans have helped to grow the connected device space, argued Nicholas DiCarlo, vice president of product planning and product marketing for Samsung in the United States. "Shared data plans are important enablers," he said, noting that such plans could make it easier for customers to purchase and use Samsung's 3G-capable digital cameras.
AS VEGAS--AT&T Mobility will launch its Digital Life home automation service in eight markets in March with plans to expand the service to 50 markets nationwide by year-end. The company will handle all aspects of the service from selling it at AT&T retail stores to providing customer service, billing and installation.
Next week in Las Vegas tens of thousands of technology and mobile executives, professionals and enthusiasts will gather for the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show. As in recent years, the wireless industry will have a significant presence at the show, but from what I'm hearing from analysts and insiders there may be less of a bang at this show than in years past.
AT&T Mobility unveiled a multibillion-dollar initiative, called Project Velocity IP (or VIP), that calls for the company to expand its LTE network to 300 million covered POPs by the end of 2014 and deploy more than 10,000 new macrocells, 40,000 small cells and 1,000 distributed antenna systems (DAS) throughout its network.
The carrier roundtable keynote during the show included, from left to right, Verizon's Dan Mead, T-Mobile's Philipp Humm, Sprint's Dan Hesse and AT&T's Ralph de la Vega.
NEW ORLEANS--AT&T Mobility ( NYSE:T ) brought to life the concept behind its new Digital Life home automation and security service at a stately New Orleans Garden District home. Yesterday, members