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Tag Archives: AT&T
Basically, AT&T sees them in the right to limit FT to shared data plans, even though iPhone users demand a more “open” policy on the usage of their data. It’s actually a pretty complex situation: a user sees their data … Continue reading
Could it be possible that AT&T is only listing it as sold out to generate buzz?
Raimo Lenschow, a Barclays analyst quoted in this AllThingsD piece by John Paczkowski: Our admittedly anecdotal check of 10-15 stores did not find a single one that was open — a significant barrier to sales. We found promotional materials for … Continue reading
The first comment from user “Top Gear” seems to hit the sentiment I had on the nose: Bad news for Android. Not so for Apple. People don’t buy iPhones because their carrier rep recommends them. They buy the iPhone because … Continue reading
Interesting idea coming out of the MWC: AT&T Inc. is preparing a service that would let content providers and developers of mobile applications pay the wireless carrier for the mobile data its customers use, the carrier’s network and technology head … Continue reading
“The growth is now driven primarily by smartphones,” the executive wrote on AT&T’s Innovation Space blog. “Add to that new customer additions and the continuing trend of upgrades from feature phones to smartphones, and you have a wireless data tsunami.”
Definitely no chance of other mergers occurring any time soon.
The FCC has accepted a request by AT&T to withdrawal it’s bid for T-Mobile. Alongside this acceptance, the FCC released a 109 page document discussing many of the problems with the proposed merger.
It’s official that T-Mobile will not be getting the iPhone 5, at least according to the CMO. Many were hoping that the iPhone 5 would be available for all 4 major carriers this round.
On September 18th, AT&T will officially launch it’s “true 4G” LTE network. AT&T has been calling it’s beefed up HSPA+ service 4G, but speeds were much slower than that of Verizon’s LTE network. AT&T has promised speeds that could reach … Continue reading
Sprint has previously come out and stated their displeasure with the AT&T, T-Mobile merger, but they have now officially sued to stop this deal from going through. Sprint’s actions mark yet another roadblock for AT&T in what is shaping up … Continue reading
The US Government is attempting to block the merger between AT&T and T-Mobile. The merger has been highly controversial with numerous companies weighing in on the matter. AT&T recently went before Congress to explain the merger and what exactly it … Continue reading