Keyword: Randall Stephenson
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AT&T presented what it described as a "final offer" in an effort to resolve labor talks that have dragged on for nine months with roughly 20,000 workers.
The nation's second-largest mobile network operator lost 97,000 postpaid net phone customers in the third quarter but saw strong growth in its prepaid user base.
AT&T says as more customers purchase a mix of wireless and video services, it is not only lowering churn, but also increasing wireless revenues.
President Donald Trump heard about 5G and small cells during a meeting with wireless industry execs on Thursday.
AT&T saw a net loss of 348,000 postpaid phone customers in the first quarter and said revenue dipped due to record-low equipment sales in wireless.
AT&T’s fourth-quarter performance was generally in line with analysts’ expectations, capping what CEO Randall Stephenson described as a “transformational year” for the carrier.