AT&T's Lurie: Industry will eventually adopt multi-device rate plans

AT&T Glenn LurieAT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) is known for its emphasis on wireless connected devices. The company was one of the first operators to create an entire business unit devoted to this area and is considered a leader in the number of consumer connected devices (i.e. tablets, navigation devices and more) it has on its network. FierceWireless Editor in Chief Sue Marek recently sat down with Glenn Lurie, president of emerging devices, wholesale and partnerships at AT&T Mobility to talk about whether consumers are really using 3G to connect their tablets (vs. Wi-Fi), whether multi-device rate plans are on the horizon and when we will see more affordable LTE-enabled tablets. Hot Seat

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