AT&T CFO: Net sub adds may be lower next year

After reporting another stellar quarter and record growth, AT&T's CFO Rick Lindner told analysts that he thinks net subscriber adds will slow down next year. Lindner argued that since the market has matured fewer people are without cell phones. AT&T expects fairly strong gross additions, however, as well as competitive pricing for handsets.

For more on AT&T's CFO's comments:
- read this blurb from Dow Jones

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