AT&T CFO says company on target with LTE rollouts

AT&T Chief Financial Officer John Stephens, speaking at the UBS media and communications conference in New York, said the company is well on its way to reaching its year-end goal of covering 70 million pops with its LTE network. The company now has introduced LTE service in 15 markets. He also noted that the company has enough spectrum to meet its goal for 80 percent of its data traffic to be covered by LTE by the end of 2013. Article

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